Welcome to the online guide for authors system for Infrared and Laser Engineering. This system will provide a general solvent for submission
Introduction for Infrared and Laser Engineering
Infrared and Laser Engineering is published monthly by Professional Association of Photo-electronic Technology, Chinese Society of Astronautics and managed by China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation. Starting publication in 1972, it is a state-level academic publication authorized by General Administration of Press and Publication, PRC and the Ministry of Science and Technology, PRC. It is one of the source journals of Chinese Core Journals, Engineering Index (EI Compendex, US), Science Abstracts (SA, UK), Cambridge Science Abstracts (CSA, US), Abstract Journal (AJ, Russia), Japan Science & Technology Agency (JST, Japan) and Scopus (Netherlands)
Where to Submit Your Manuscript
The journal has an online manuscript submission system, located at http://www.irla.cn. Author instructions are available through a link after you successfully log in. Please submit your paper online! Firstly, please register and fill out your detailed contact information including ID number, telphone number, office phone number, email, corresponding address, diploma, title and your research field. Especially for your ID number, you must fill it out because we need it to process your remuneration once your paper is accepted. After registering and submitting information, you may check on the status of your manuscript throughout the peer review process.
How to Prepare Your Manuscript
Acceptable manuscript file types include Word only. PDF is acceptable for the review process only and a source Word is required for production. The Manuscript, including the abstract, references, and captions. It should be carefully proofread by the author. The manuscript must be in good scientific English; this is the author's responsibility.
Manuscripts must conform to the following:
Title page: List the paper title; the name(s) of the author(s); and the affiliation, complete mailing address, and E-mail address (if available) of each author. List sponsorship information in an acknowledgment section at the end of the paper.
Abstract: (150-200 words optimum) It should be a summary of the paper but not an introduction. Because the abstract may be used in abstracting journals, it should be self-contained and substantive in nature, presenting concisely the objectives, methodology used, results obtained, and their significance.
keywords: 3-5 keywords are required, which should reflect the keynote of the paper.
Figure and table captions: All the figures and tables in the paper should be in the right format, just like.
Equations: Create equations using MathType or Equation Editor 3.0. If using Word 2007, do NOT use the more easily accessible Microsoft Math Editor. When equations built with Microsoft’s Editor are back-saved to the .doc format, they are converted to low-resolution graphics and will not be usable for composition. To use MathType or the old Equation Editor 3.0, you will need to select Object on the Text section of the Insert tab and then select MathType/Equation Editor in the drop-down menu.
Biographies: Bios of authors are printed with each accepted paper. Send a brief professional biography not to exceed 150 words.
References: References to published literature must be typed double-spaced and numbered consecutively in the order of their citation in the text. Private communications or unpublished reports should be treated as references. Welcome The references should be in the right format as follows:
 Roger A, Bryant M, Michael Y. Junction metrology by cross-sectional atomic force microscopy[J]. J Vac Sci Technol B, 1996, 14(1): 452-456.
 Park S E, Nauven V, Kopanski J J, et al. Comparison of scanning capacitance microscopy and scanning Kelvin probe microscopy in determining two-dimensional doping profiles of Si homostructures[J]. J Vac Sci Technol B, 2006, 24(1): 404-407.