Sample manuscript showing style and formatting specifications for spie journal papers First Author,a Second Author,a Third Author,b Fourth Authora,b
|Sample manuscript showing style and formatting specifications for SPIE journal papers
First Author,a Second Author,a Third Author,b Fourth Authora,b,*
aUniversity Name, Faculty Group, Department, Street Address, City, Country, Postal Code
bCompany Name, Street Address, City, Country, Postal Code
Abstract. This document shows the required format and appearance of a manuscript prepared for SPIE e-journals. The abstract should consist of a single paragraph containing no more than 200 words. It should be a summary of the paper and not an introduction. Because the abstract may be used in abstracting and indexing databases, it should be self-contained (i.e., no numerical references) and substantive in nature, presenting concisely the objectives, methodology used, results obtained, and their significance. A list of up to six keywords should immediately follow, with the keywords separated by commas and ending with a period.
Keywords: optics, photonics, light, lasers, templates, journals.
*Fourth Author, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
This document shows the suggested format and appearance of a manuscript prepared for SPIE journals. Accepted papers will be professionally typeset. This template is intended to be a tool to improve manuscript clarity for the reviewers. The final layout of the typeset paper will not match this template layout.
1.1 Use of This Template
Authors may use this Microsoft (MS) Word template by employing the relevant styles from the Styles and Formatting list (which is accessed from the Styles group in the Home ribbon, Fig. 1):
Fig. 1 MS Word 2010 Home ribbon. Red arrow indicates where to access Styles window.
To view which style is being used in any part of this document, place the cursor on the line and look in the style list (Fig. 2):