\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{iisc18}
\usepackage{amssymb}
\usepackage{amsmath}
\usepackage{epsfig}
\parindent0pt
%\ninept % command for optional 9-pt font size (10-pt default)
\title{Latest advances in the preparation of IISC abstracts}
% please underline the presenting author (who must be registered participant of IISC-16)
% option \thanks{text} produces a footnote using "text" and should be used only after the presenting authors name
\name{\underline{R. Brown}$^{1,*}$\thanks{$^*$ E-mail: {\tt rbrown@yahoo.com}}, G. Yellow$^2$, and C. Green$^3$}
\address{
$^1$ Affiliation of first author\\
$^2$ Affiliation of second author\\
$^3$ ...}
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\begin{document}
\maketitle%
\section{Introduction}
This is the \LaTeX\ template file for the book of abstracts of the
18$^{\mbox{\footnotesize th}}$ International Workshop on Inelastic Ion-Surface
Collisions (IISC-18), which will be held during September 26 -- October 1, 2010
in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, USA. This template has been generated with the goal
of producing the book of abstracts in electronic form. Please use either this
\LaTeX\ template or the accompanying MS--Word format template when preparing
your submission and remember that you are limited to one page.
The templates are available in electronic form at the conference website. Thank you for following the guidelines!
\section{Formatting}
\subsection{Figures}
If your abstract contains figures they should be centered on the column (or page, if the figure spans both columns). Figure captions should follow each figure. Please keep in mind when preparing your figures that your abstract will be printed in grayscale! Colored figures will however be available in the electronic version of the book of abstracts.
\begin{figure}[ht]
\centerline{\epsfig{figure=dir.eps,width=60mm}}
\caption{{Directivity measurement of a trumpet.}}
\label{iresp}
\end{figure}%%\newpage
\subsection{Equations}
Equations should be placed on separate lines and numbered:
\begin{equation}
x(t) = s(f_\omega(t))
\label{eq1}
\end{equation}
where \(f_\omega(t)\) is a special warping function
\begin{equation}
f_\omega(t)=\frac{1}{2\pi j}\oint_C \frac{\nu^{-1k}d\nu}{(1-\beta\nu^{-1})(\nu^{-1}-\beta)}
\;\; .
\label{eq2}
\end{equation}
A residue theorem states that
\begin{equation}
\oint_C F(z)dz=2 \pi j \sum_k Res[F(z),p_k] \;\; .
\label{eq3}
\end{equation}
Applying theorem \ref{eq3} to \ref{eq1}, it is quite straightforward to see that
\begin{equation}1 + 1 = \pi \;\; .
\label{eq4}
\end{equation}%
\subsection{Page numbers}
Page numbers will be added to the document electronically, so \emph{please do not add page numbers to your document}.
Also, please do not modify the header of this template. The footnote (command \verb/\thanks/ in the authors list) should
contain the e-mail address of the presenting author.
\subsection{References}
The references should be numbered in order of appearance, e.g.\ \cite{samp1,samp2} then \cite{samp3}.%
The reference format is the standard Phys.\ Rev.\ style (see below).%
\begin{thebibliography}{5}
\bibitem{samp1} J. M. Smith, R. Brown, and C. Green, Phys. Rev. B {\bf 26}, 1 (1982); Nucl. Phys. {\bf A195}, 1 (1982).
\bibitem {samp2} J. M. Smith, Phys. Rev. D (to be published); R. Brown, Phys. Rev. B {\bf 26}, 706(E) (1982).
\bibitem{samp3} J. M. Smith, {\it Molecular Dynamics} (Academic, New York, 1980).
\end{thebibliography}
\end{document}