An AGATA technical or instrumentation publication, considered in this context, is a peer-reviewed article or peer-reviewed conference proceedings article that describes or is based on technical developments of AGATA.
All members of the AGATA collaboration are committed to produce publications of high quality, on behalf of the full collaboration. Therefore, the AGATA Steering Committee (ASC) has decided to have the following publication policy for AGATA technical and instrumentation publications:
All AGATA technical and instrumentation manuscripts must be sent to the AMB for review before being submitted to a journal.
In order to help you to have a fast revision of AGATA technical and instrumentation publications, the AMB has nominated Johan Nyberg (Uppsala University), to be the contact person on issues concerning this type of AGATA publications. Please send your manuscript for an AGATA technical and instrumentation publications to him. He will distribute the manuscript to all AMB members. The manuscript will discussed at the next AMB meeting or video conference, which are held roughly once per month. As soon as possible after such a meeting the author of the manuscript will obtain the comments to the paper given by the AMB members.
The policy for AGATA physics publications, which are based on scientific results from experiments performed with AGATA, is described on this page.