DPF '96

Transparencies on the WWW

For the first time at a DPF conference, all transparencies for both plenary and parallel sessions will be scanned and made available on the DPF96 web pages. Our goal is to make these available within two days. In order for this to be possible, please follow these simple rules when preparing your transparencies:

If you wish to directly submit Postscript or Adobe PDF files of your transparencies, please send them to us at dpf96@mnhepw.hep.umn.edu. Again, it is essential that you indicate the running order (e.g. "1/10" for slide 1 of 10) and the abstract number (e.g. "1034"). The abstract number is essential; without it your transparencies cannot be processed. Remember to MIME-encode or uuencode Postscript or PDF files before sending them by email, to ensure their survival (please don't use Mac binhex format, we can't unpack this under unix). If you have many transparencies, you can send them in a single message, either as MIME attachments, or as a single (uuencoded) tar file.

You can find the scanned transparencies on the pages for each individual talk, reached via either the parallel session timetable or the list of plenary talks. PDF or PostScript versions may be made available later. Note - The full-page GIF versions of transparencies are optimised for viewing on X or Windows browsers, and may appear too large on Macs.

Photocopies of talks will be available from the Society of Physics Students table in the DPF office (cost TBA).

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Last Updated: 1 August 1996