We will publish conference proceedings, jointly with the conference in Bressanone earlier this year, with Springer. All papers will be refereed to high standards (like those of a good algebra journal), and there will be a webpage stating this, for those of us who have to prove to administration that all our publications are peer-reviewed.Conference participants who are interested in publishing a paper (within the scope of the conference's topics), in the proceedings, are asked to send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org
- by July 22, 2016, email indicating your intention, a tentative title, whether the paper is a survey or original research, and the estimated length of the paper.
- by December 1, 2016 the finished paper (written in LaTeX, containing an abstract, MSC numbers, and a list of keywords).
Recommended length of contributions: for original research, not exceeding 20 pages, for surveys: not exceeding 25 pages. Here are Springer's instructions for authors with a link to LaTeX style files.
To get an idea of the look and feel of the volume, have a look at the proceedings of the commutative ring theory conference in Graz 2012. The proceedings of the conference on "rings and polynomials" in Graz 2016 will be in the same format of "edited volume", and will be edited by Marco Fontana, Sophie Frisch, Sarah Glaz, Francesca Tartarone, and Paolo Zanardo.