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Style Guidelines

Enacted April 30, 1999
Amended March 28, 2003
Amended October 28, 2005
Amended February 23, 2007
Amended February 12, 2009
Amended December 22, 2011
Amended March 8, 2019
Amended May 3, 2019
Amended September 11, 2020
Amended February 18, 2022
  • Article 1 (Purpose)

    The purpose of these guidelines are to provide style guides for the submission of manuscripts to be published in Current Optics and Photonics (hereinafter referred to as COPP) published by the Optical Society of Korea (hereinafter referred to as OSK).

  • Article 2 (Language of Manuscripts)

    Manuscripts should be written in English.

  • Article 3 (Format and Layout)
    1. 1. Manuscripts should be prepared in Microsoft Word format.
    2. 2. Manuscripts should be prepared in the following order: title, authors’ names, affiliations & addresses, abstract, keywords, OCIS codes, main text, appendices, acknowledgments, and references.
  • Article 4 (Title)

    The title should be concise but sufficiently informative.

  • Article 5 (Authors and Affiliations)
    1. 1. Authors should be listed in order of the nature and extent of their contribution.
    2. 2. If authors have more than one affiliation, numbers should be added in superscript in the upper right corner of the authors’ names and the corresponding numbers should be added in superscript in the upper left corner of the affiliations.
    3. 3. The corresponding author should be denoted by superscript “*”, and his/her e-mail address should be provided.
  • Article 6 (Abstract)

    The abstract is an explicit summary, including the problems, methods, main results, and conclusions discussed in the article, and its length should be limited to approximately 200 words or less.

  • Article 7 (Keywords and OCIS Codes)

    1. Up to 5 keywords can be chosen.
    2. Up to 5 OCIS codes can be chosen.

  • Article 8 (Main Text)

    The main text generally consists of multiple sections such as introduction, method, result, discussion, and conclusion. The section titles and organization, however, may be determined with variations for authors to present the work clearly.

  • Article 9 (Figures and Tables)
    1. 1. Figures and tables should be located in the text, and each of them should be called out or referred to in the text. They should be numbered sequentially.
    2. 2. Figures and tables should be set as one-column wide (maximum width: 84 mm) if possible. Otherwise, they can be set as two-column wide (maximum width: 180 mm).
    3. 3. Figures are printed in black and white by default. Inclusion of figures printed in color incurs additional publication processing charges, which should be paid by authors.
    4. 4. In order to include the figures (including graphs, images, photographs, etc.) that are protected by third party copyright, authors should obtain the written permission of the owner of the copyright, which should be properly mentioned in the text.
  • Article 10 (Equations and Units)
    1. 1. All equations should be created in Microsoft Word Equation Editor or MathType.
    2. 2. Equations should be set as one column wide (the maximum width: 85 mm) if possible. Otherwise, they can be set as two-column wide (the maximum width: 180 mm).
    3. 3. Units and their denotations should be made in accordance with international practices.
  • Article 11 (Appendices and Acknowledgments)

    Appendices and acknowledgments can be added after the main text if necessary.

  • Article 12 (References)

    References should be objectively verifiable. They should be cited in the format of [1, 2] or [3-6] in the main text, and should be listed collectively after the main text in the ways exemplified in the following:

    1. Periodicals (Journal)
    [Basic form] Author name(s) [Initial(s) of given name(s) followed by surname], “Article title,” Abbreviated journal name according to ISO4. Volume [in bold], page number(s) [**-**] (Year).
    - S. Yu, X. Piao, and N. Park, “Chirality in non-hermitian photonics,” Curr. Opt. Photonics 3, 275-284 (2019).
    - C. J. Lee and S. Y. Lee, “Rapid calculation of CGH using the multiplication of down-scaled CGH with shifted concave lens array function,” Curr. Opt. Photonics (to be published).

    2. Separated volume (Books)
    [Basic form] Author name(s), Book title, Nth ed. (Publisher, City, Country, Year), page number(s) [pp. **-** or p. **].
    [Expanded form] Author name(s), “Chapter title or subtitle,” in Book title, Nth ed., Editor name(s), Ed(s). (Publisher, City, Country, Year), Volume, Chapter, page number(s).
    [Translated Book] Author name(s), Book title, Nth ed. (Publisher, City, Country, Year), page number(s) (Transl.: in Translator, Ed., Translated Book title, Publisher of the Translated Book, Country, Year, page number(s)).
    - B. E. A. Saleh and M. C. Teich, Fundamentals of Photonics, 2nd ed. (Wiley, New York, USA, 2007).
    - H. Piller, “Silicon (Amorphous) (a-Si),” in Handbook of Optical Constants of Solids, E. D. Palik, Ed. (Academic Press, USA, 1997), Vol. 1, pp. 571-586.
    - J. W. Goodman, Introduction to Fourier Optics, 2nd ed. (McGraw-Hill, USA, 1996), pp. 55-107 (Transl.: in N. Kim, Ed., Introduction to Fourier Optics, Intervision Co., Korea, 2000, pp. 66-120).

    3. Conference proceedings (General)
    [Basic form] Author name(s), “Article title,” in Proc. Conference title (City, Country, Month Day-Day, Year), page number(s) or article number.
    - J. B. Choo, “Highly sensitive biological detection using optical microfluidic sensor," in Proc. OSK Annual Meeting (Seoul, Korea, Feb. 5-7, 2008), paper F3F-Ⅵ1.

    4. Conference proceedings (SPIE)
    [Basic form] Author name(s), “Article title,” Proc. SPIE Volume [in bold], page number(s) or article number (Year).
    - G. D. Love, C. N. Dunlop, S. Patrick, and C. D. Saunter, “Horizontal turbulence measurements using SLODAR,” Proc. SPIE 5891, 589104 (2005).

    5. Conference proceedings (Optica, formerly OSA)
    [Basic form] Author name(s), “Article title,” in Conference title (Host, Year), page number(s) or article number.
    - A. Cordero-Davila, J. R. Kantun-Montiel, and J. Gonzalez-Garcia, “Appling Ronchi test to evaluate local and global surface errors without both approximations and integration,” in Imaging and Applied Optics Technical Digest 2012 (Optical Society of America, 2012), p. 13.

    6. Patent
    [Published Patent form] Author name(s), “Patent title,” Country Patent number (Year).
    [Patent Application form] Author name(s), "Patent title,” Country Application number (Year or Month Day, Year).
    - T. H. Maiman, “Ruby laser systems,” U.S. Patent 3,353,115 (1961).
    - J. Sun, “Method for determining defect depth using thermal imaging,” U.S. Patent Application 6,542,849B2 (April 3, 2003).

    7. Website
    [Basic form] Author name(s), “Page title,” (Webpage name, Published: Month Day, Year), Web address (Accessed: Month Day, Year).
    - J. Wakefield, “Pollution-eating car shown off at Goodwood Festival,” (BBC News, Published: July 10, 2021), https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-57794263 (Accessed: July 12, 2021).

    8. Thesis/Dissertation
    [Basic form] Author name(s), “Article title,” M.S. or Ph.D. Thesis, Affiliation, City, Country (Year), page number(s).
    - Y. Lee, “Article title,” Ph.D. Thesis, Hankook University, Seoul, Korea (2021), p. 20.

    9. ArXiv
    [Basic form] Author name(s), “Article title,” arXiv number (Year).
    - T. Oksenhendler, “Self-referenced spectral interferometry theory,” arXiv:1204.4949v1 (2012).

  • Article 13 (Template)

    A template for manuscripts following the COPP style guidelines is to be provided separately in the COPP website.

  • Article 14 (Miscellaneous)

    Other matters which are not explicitly specified in these guidelines are dealt with according to the COPP template and the guides by the COPP editorial board.

    Supplementary Provisions (1999. 4. 30)
    This provision will be enacted as from 1 May 1999.

    Supplementary Provisions (2003. 3. 28)
    The provision will be enacted as from March 28, 2003.

    Supplementary Provisions (2005. 10. 28)
    The provision will be enacted as from October 28, 2005.

    Supplementary Provisions (2007. 2. 23)
    The amended provision will be enacted as from February 23, 2007.

    Supplementary Provisions (2009. 2. 12)
    The amended provision will be enacted as from February 12, 2009.

    Supplementary Provisions (2011. 12. 22)
    The amended provision will be enacted as from December 22, 2011.

    Supplementary Provisions (2019. 3. 8)
    The amended provision will be enacted as from March 8, 2019.

    Supplementary Provisions (2019. 5. 3)
    The amended provision will be enacted as from May 3, 2019.

    Supplementary Provisions (2020. 9. 11)
    The amended provision will be enacted as from September 11, 2020.

    Supplementary Provisions (2022. 2. 18)
    The amended provision will be enacted as from February 18, 2022.

Optical Society of Korea

Current Optics
and Photonics

Vol.6 No.5
October, 2022

Wonshik Choi,
Editor-in-chief

Manuscript Center

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2021 Impact Factor: 0.879
2020 Impact Factor: 0.660
2019 Impact Factor: 0.761
2018 Impact Factor: 0.573

Title : Cureent Optics and Photonics
Abbreviation : Curr. Opt. Photon.
pISSN : 2508-7266
eISSN : 2508-7274
Frequency: Bimonthly

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  • (1)Optical Science
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  • (7)Displays
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