Instructions for the Annual Report to FAPESP

FAPESP Instructions for the report's outline:

The FAPESP instructions are provided here.
  • Executive Summary (up to 2 pages).
    • This is basically the abstract of the original project
  • Achievements During the Last Year - Include References (up to 20 pages).
    • Each physics analysis from CMS must provide 2 pages containing text plus figures
    • Each theoretical papers must also provide a couple of pages
  • Institutional Support (up to 2 pages).
    • Bureaucratic manifestation
  • Future Plans (up to 2 pages).
    • Prepare 1 or 2 paragraphs stating what are the next steps of your research
  • Investment of the Technical Reserve and Complementary Benefits (up to 3 pages).
    • If you have used your Complementary Benefits describe the use of those resources
  • Thesis and Dissertations
    • Provide the title, abstract and report of the committee approving the result
  • The Technical Training (TT) and Scientific Initiation (IC) fellows, granted by the project, must provide a 2 pages report to be included in the Appendix
  • The Direct Ph.D. (DD) and Postdoctoral (PD) fellowships, granted by the project, must include a report of their activities. The report of around 4-5 pages must include:
    • Summary of the Research Plan
    • Report of the Activities During Last Year
    • Service Work for the Collaboration
    • Plans for Next Year
    • References
  • Note the specific rules for the Postdoc report at item 4.
  • The template for the Postdoc Report can be found here
  • All participants of the project should provide:
    • List of published papers
    • List of conferences attended
    • List of Thesis and Dissertation
    • List of Analysis Notes

General Instructions on the Format of the Report

  • The text must be in English
  • Use LaTeX format.

  • References must be provided in BibiTeX format
    • For examples of BibTeX entrances please see: BibtexInstructions.bib
    • Use the InSpire notation for bibitex entry to be added on the report file.

For instance, the Higgs discovery paper:

      author         = "Chatrchyan, Serguei and others",
      title          = "{Observation of a new boson at a mass of 125 GeV with the
                        CMS experiment at the LHC}",
      collaboration  = "CMS",
      journal        = "Phys. Lett.",
      volume         = "B716",
      year           = "2013",
      pages          = "30-61",
      doi            = "10.1016/j.physletb.2012.08.021",
      eprint         = "1207.7235",
      archivePrefix  = "arXiv",
      primaryClass   = "hep-ex",
      reportNumber   = "CMS-HIG-12-028, CERN-PH-EP-2012-220",
      SLACcitation   = "%%CITATION = ARXIV:1207.7235;%%"

Must be quoted as \cite{Chatrchyan:2012xdj}

  • Itemization
    • Always use \begin{compact_itemize} and \end{compact_itemize}

  • Figures
    • Name the files (.png, .jpg, pdf, etc.) with your initials plus a number. Examples
      • PM_02. : refers to the second figure that Pedro Mercadante is including
    • Follow the same procedure for the tag of the Caption. Example:
      • \label{fig:PM_02}
    • Always scale by the \textwidth

   \caption{This is the caption of this figure.}

-- novaes - 2015-11-08


Topic revision: r3 - 2015-11-18 - novaes

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