Information for Participants
Acknowledgment of support from ALCOM-FT
All publications produced entirely of partly in the project period
(May 1, 2000 to November 30, 2003) should state that the
work was partially supported by ALCOM-FT, by including a footnote
like the following:
Partially supported by the Future and Emerging Technologies
programme of the EU under contract number IST-1999-14186
The ALCOM-FT Report Series
All publications should appear in the ALCOM-FT
Report Series, in addition to appearances in local report series,
conference proceedings, and journals.
The submission of a publication to the ALCOM-FT Report Series is done
by the author(s) of the publication, via a web-based system.
Actual appearance in the ALCOM-FT Report Series is subject to
subsequent approval by an report administrator from the submitting site.
The process of submitting a document is simple: a Postscript version
of the report is submitted, and some additional information is
supplied, most of which the system will try to deduce itself if handed
the LaTeX source file for the document. The preferred format is
Postscript generated by
dvips for A4 paper, based on a
LaTeX file using the
article documentclass with the 11pt
option and the
a4wide package, as exemplified by this
template file (tex, ps). New users must obtain a
password from the report
administrator of their site. Further instructions can be found in
the manual for
Info on ALCOM-FT Events
Practical information on ALCOM-FT related events:
Funding for travels outside of the European Union
The support for travels outside of the European Union requires
approval from the EC. Requests for approval should be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, and should
contain a breakdown of the costs into travel, subsistence,
registration fee, and hotel. Plan ahead, as the approval normally
takes one month to get.
The ALCOM-FT logo
If appropriate for the context, the ALCOM-FT logo should be used when
referring to the project in on-line or printed documents. A range of
gif-versions in various sizes has been
prepared. If other versions (e.g. different size, background color, or
file format) are needed for your special purpose, this can easily be
made - mail requests to email@example.com. Just scaling the
gif-versions here will most likely give inferior results.
The global email address for the consortium is firstname.lastname@example.org. Mail to this
address goes to the coordinators at the Aarhus site.
To ensure reliable email communication within the consortium, each
site has declared a set of persons in the categories Leaders,
Assistants, and Secretaries. Persons in the two first
categories should receive copies of most mails, but emails with a
particular confidential or particular practical content could be
directed towards the first or the second category, respectively, at
the discretion of the sender. The last category consists of
departemental secretaries, and is just a backup communication line,
which should normally not receive copies of mails.
The email addresses of the leaders, assistants, leaders and assistants combined,
and secretaries has been collected in
files, for cut-and-paste use when mailing.
Various internal documents can
be accessed by ALCOM-FT site leaders and site administrators
only. These include documents from the application phase of the
project, minutes from project meetings, and the like. Mail email@example.com for a password, if
you need access to these documents.