Hosted by Brookhaven National Laboratory
October 5 - 11
New York, NY
17th Biennial International Conference on Accelerator
and Large Experimental Physics Control Systems



Paper submission starts on July 15th 2019 and closes on September 30th 2019.

All contributions to ICALEPCS 2019 must be uploaded using the JACoW Scientific Program Management System (SPMS).

Click here to start your paper submission.

Authors are reminded that no contributions are accepted for publication only. Any paper accepted for presentation, which is not presented by one of the authors at the conference, will be excluded from the proceedings.

All work properly submitted and presented for ICALEPCS 2019 will be included in the conference proceedings, which will be published at the JACoW website shortly after the conference.

Submission of Electronic Files

Once the contribution has been prepared using the appropriate template according to the paper preparation guidelines and checked with the Cat Scan Tool (see here for instructions), the author should submit the source file, all illustrations in their native format, and a PDF made from this document (please make sure the fonts are embedded into the PDF file!). All files should be named according to the paper's program code. For example, for paper MOAPP001, the following files should be uploaded:

A PDF made from the paper:

  • MOAPP001.pdf - only if you do not have the possibility to generate a PDF, you may submit a PS file instead

Source files:

  • MOAPP01.doc - the WORD source file, OR
  • MOAPP01.tex - the LaTeX source file, if LaTeX was used, OR
  • MOAPP01.odt - the source file, if OOo was used


  • MOAPP01f1.eps - EPS file containing figure 1 (uploaded as «other supporting file»)
  • MOAPP01f2.tif - TIFF file containing figure 2 (uploaded as «other supporting file»)
  • etc.

Once all files are ready for submission, log in to your author account, choose the paper you are working on, and click on the file-upload link. Then upload all the requested properly named files.

Papers will be processed by the editorial team starting October 3. Authors will receive an email indicating the status (accepted, request for proof-reading, or in some, re-submission of a new version) of their paper after processing and can also retrieve this information after login to the author account or, during the conference, from the paper status board installed near the author reception room.