Abstract submission

Abstract Submission

Abstract Submission for contributed talks for ECOSS 2018 is now closed.
Submission of poster abstracts is still possible, with a final deadline of 24th July 2018.

It is no longer possible to submit an abstract for consideration as a contributed talk at ECOSS34. However you may still submit an abstract for a poster until the 24th of July 2018.

Following the link at the bottom of this page you can submit an abstract for a poster. Abstracts for posters will be reviewed by the committee and you will be informed within two weeks if your submission has been accepted. 

You do not need to be registered for the conference before submitting an abstract, but once your abstract for a poster has been accepted, the presenting author or (one of the co-authors) must register to attend  the conference.

If the submitting author is not able to participate in the conference please contact the organisers to inform them of any changes. You can select one of the co-authors of an abstract to be the new presenting author or withdraw the abstract so that it will not be included in the final programme. Whatever you decide, please contact the organisers immediately, to let them know of any changes to your submission.

Please complete a separate submission for each abstract you would like to present.   

If you are submitting an abstract for the satellite meeting "Molecular Reaction on Surfaces" select "T19- SM1 Molecular Reaction on Surfaces" as your first choice of session. Please do not select this session if you will not be attending this satellite meeting.

Preparation of Abstract

The documents below detail how an abstract should be prepared for submission, including page size, fonts and layout. The final abstracts will be distributed electronically so full colour images can be included. 

Document containing the style guide and instructions for preparation of an abstract.
This .doc file can be used as a template to prepare the abstract.
PDF file showing the layout with instructions for preparation of an abstract.

Only abstracts on a single A4 page will be accepted. Abstracts should be uploaded as a PDF file no larger than 10 Mb.

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Submit an Abstract

To submit an abstract for a talk or poster for ECOSS 34, prepare your abstract according to the instructions on this page and then click the button below which will take you to the submission website. Abstracts will only be accepted via the on-line submission form. 

Submit Abstract