Two different volumes containing the works presented in the colloquium
will be edited:
The first volume, which will be published by Heldermann
Verlag under the title Recent Advances in Lie Theory,
will be composed of survey articles including, in principle, the three
short courses and invited lectures. A reduced number of the works presented
as short communications may also be included in this volume if the scientific
committee of the colloquium decides so.
The second volume will include the remaining short communications (up
to 8 pages each) and will be published independently, probably with one
of the local publishing houses which usually work for the University of
Vigo. It will be entitled Proceedings of the I Colloquium on Lie
Theory and Applications.
All participants will receive, without charge, a copy of each volume
as soon as they are available.
All the material in both volumes will be previously refereed by the
members of the scientific committee. It will also be the task of the scientific
committee to decide, after refereeing, which lectures and communications
are susceptible of being published in the first volume and whether two
or more people should be asked to work together in order to write a survey
article related to their talks.
Instructions for authors
All participants who presented a short communication in the colloquium
have the possibility of submitting their works for publication in the Proceedings
of the colloquium.
Papers should be submitted by e-mail to the organizing committee of the
colloquium. Source files should be prepared by the authors using
the macro packages of the Journal of Lie Theory: jltpac.pln
for plain TeX and AMS users, jltpac.lat
for LaTeX users and jltpac.lat2e
for LaTeX 2e users. These packages contain all necessary instructions;
they are also available in the instructions
to authors of the Journal of Lie Theory .
Articles must be written in English.
The total lenght of the paper SHOULD NOT EXCEED 8 PAGES in any case.
Deadline for submission of manuscripts is FEBRUARY 28, 2001.
The organizing committee will send the authors an e-mail to confirm the
reception of the file.
All papers submitted for publication will be refereed by the scientific
committee. The authors will receive information on the decisions of the
referees as soon as possible.
After the refereeing proccess, the scientific committee may suggest the
inclusion of some of the short communications in the volume of Recent
Advances in Lie Theory. In such case, authors will be informed
and will receive further instructions.