Abstract Submission

EPDIC14 Abstract Submission

Participants, who would like to make an oral or poster presentation at the conference, must submit an abstract.

Only abstracts sent via e-mail will be evaluated by the Program Committee. Authors are requested to use the “EPDIC14 abstract temple” for the submission. Hardcopy submissions not will be considered.

The presenting author must be named first in the authors list and must be a registered participant. The presenting author is required to ensure that all co-authors are aware of the contents of the abstract before submission.

Authors must indicate in which MicroSymposium (MS) they wish their presentation to appear and which type of presentation is preferred: Oral or Poster. Acceptance as a speaker in a given MS will be communicated to the author after the decision has been made by the respective chairpersons. The contribution will be automatically redirected to the poster session if the request for an oral presentation cannot be fulfilled.

Notification of acceptance as an oral or poster contribution will be sent by May 1, 2014.

Invited speakers (plenary speakers and keynote lecturers at MS) are permitted to submit a poster presentation in addition to their talk.

 

Proceedings will be published after the conference in the Powder Diffraction Journal.

 

EPDIC14 Abstract Template (download)

 

The abstract must be provided as a Word file, according to the template and sent as an attachment to the following e-mail address:

EPDIC14.INFO@chem.au.dk

 

The e-mail must contain full name and professional address of the presenting author and the selected MS.

 

                                           Abstract submission is closed and submitters have been informed

 

 EPDIC14  Microsymposia

  • MS1              Total Scattering Techniques and Disorder
  • MS2              Ab initio Structure Solutions
  • MS3              Biological and Molecular Materials
  • MS4              Combined Methods for Structure Analysis: 
                        Electron diffraction, Powder diffraction & Tomography
  • MS5              Energy Materials
  • MS6              Progress in instrumentation
  • MS7              Diffraction line profile analysis, stress, strain and texture
  • MS8              In situ, in operando studies
  • MS9              Nanomaterials, surfaces and interfaces
  • MS10            Neutron Structural and Magnetic Scattering
  • MS11            Structure and properties of functional materials
  • MS12            Diffraction under pressure