PSD Proceedings Submission


The submission of your proceedings to NIM is now open.


The deadline for submission is November 15 2023 .


The page limits are as follows:

Keynote speakers: 6 pages

Speakers: 4 pages

Posters: 3 pages


Please read carefully the instructions below.


The submission website for this journal is located at:


To ensure that all manuscripts are correctly identified for inclusion into the special issue you are editing, it is important that authors select  VSI: PSD 13  when they reach the “Article Type” step in the submission process


The instructions to prepare a latex submission is provided in this link : LaTeX instructions for authors| Elsevier


For a word file, the instructions is specified in the Guide for Authors section under the sub heading  “ Use of Wordprocessing Software ”:  Guide for authors - Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment - ISSN 0168-9002 (


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Abstract Submission

Abstract submission open in Indico

Please note, if your abstract submission is successful, you will need to register and pay to attend the conference to present, and/or to display a poster.

Abstracts should be submitted under the following scientific themes:

•        X-ray and Gamma Ray Detectors

•        Applications in Life Sciences, Biology & Medicine

•        Applications in Planetary & Space Science

•        Applications in Security & Environmental Imaging

•        Applications in Nuclear Physics

•        Applications in Particle Physics

•        Applications in Astrophysics & Astroparticle Physics

•        Novel Photon Detection Systems

•        Detectors for Synchrotrons, FELS & other Advanced Light Sources

•        Detectors for Neutron Facilities

•        Detectors for High Radiation & Extreme Environments

•        Advances in Pixel Detectors & Integration Technologies

•        Gas-based Detection Methods

•        Position Sensitive Fast Timing Detectors

•        Applications in Condensed Matter

•        Quantum Detectors

Papers submitted to the conference will be published.