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Contribution to the Workshop on
Applied Mathematics and Simulation for Semiconductors
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Max Mustermann$^{(1)}$,
\underline{Mia Musterkind$^{(2)}$},
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Mo Musterfrau$^{(1)}$
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(1) University of Oxbridge, Dept. of Optics, Chestnut Hill 7,\\
Oxbridge OB1 1QS, UK\\
(2) University of Oxbridge, Young Researchers Center,
Walnut Street 3,\\
Oxbridge OC2 1YS, UK
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Please give a short overview over your talk in the style of this
example (cf.~the details in Sect.~\ref{s1}). It would be nice,
however, if the text does not exceed one page. Feel free to use
anything that is offered by standard LaTeX packages.
\section{Details}
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The abstract can be divided into sections.
You can cite different sources like journal articles \cite{ABC,ABC2},
books \cite{GH}, preprints or PhD theses \cite{CDE}, and
contributions to proceedings volumes \cite{MMM}. Surely,
the big advantage of LaTeX is the nice and easy handling
of complicated formulas.
\begin{eqnarray}
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\int_a^b f'(x)\,{\rm d}x&=&f(b)-f(a)
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If you like you can present some of your results in form
of remarks, lemmas, theorems and corollaries. For instance,
\begin{Theorem}
\label{co1}
For any real numbers $a$ and $b$ and for any real-valued
polynomial function $f$,
Eq.~(\ref{e1}) is satisfied.
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Clearly, tables can be shown and, maybe, a few number of
pictures can be included. Please include these pictures using PDF
files via the ``includegraphics'' command.
We will handout abstract books at the workshop. Additionally,
the abstracts will be presented at the internet home page of
our workshop. Please do not miss the {\bf deadline}
(January 10, 2015) for the submission. Send the LaTeX
source file and the PDF files, if there are any, by e-mail
to: {\tt amasis15@wias-berlin.de}
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{\bf Acknowledgments:}
Do not forget to mention the various supports you have enjoyed.
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\bibitem{ABC}
E.~Aname, F.~Bname,\,and G.~Cname, A very important paper
on an interesting subject,
{\em Commun.~Sci.~Res.} {\bf 2} (2008), 83--120.
\bibitem{ABC2}
--\,, A second important paper
on the same subject,
{\em Commun.~Sci.~Res.} {\bf 3} (2009), 77--89.
\bibitem{CDE}
A.~Cname, B.~Dname,\,and C.~Ename,
{\em Solution of a difficult problem},
Submitted. ACE Preprint {\bf 2089}, Cleverton-City, April 2013.
\bibitem{GH}
A.~Gname and B.~Hname, {\em Introduction to a complicated
theory}, University Press, Smalltown, 1978.
\bibitem{MMM}
M.~Mustermann, M.~Musterfrau, and M.~Musterkind,
Note on a famous theorem, in: X.~Xname and Y.~Yname (eds.),
Proceedings of the 13$^{\rm th}$ Conference on Sci.~Res.,
Miller Publishing House,
Oxbridge, 1999, 23--45.
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