All registered participants who would like to present their work as an oral contribution or a poster are invited to submit an abstract until April 22nd, 2018, using the word TEMPLATE provided below, to firstname.lastname@example.org. The number of slots for oral presentations is limited; should the number submitted exceed the number of slots available, the Scientific Committee will select which of them will be presented orally. Starting on April 23rd, only abstracts for poster will be considered untill the available positions for their exhibition are completed.
Abstracts must be written in English and should not exceed 2 pages. Please use the provided Word TEMPLATE without changing the format.
All abstracts for either oral or poster presentations will be peer-reviewed by the Organizing Committee for their acceptance. The notification of acceptance will be emailed not later than one week after the submission deadline. Each participant can submit only one abstract and full payment of the registration fee is required for acceptance.
All accepted abstracts will be published online in the Acta of the International Symposia on Metal Complexes (ISSN: 2239-2459), Vol. 8 (ISMEC Group series, Symposium edition: XXIX) and archived on the website of the Group of Thermodynamics of Metal Complexes (GTC).
GUIDELINES FOR ORAL CONTRIBUTIONS
The length of the different contributions at ISMEC 2018 are:
•Plenary lectures (PL) 45 min, including 5 min for discussions
•Keynote lectures (KN) 30 min, including 5 min for discussions
•Oral communications (OC) 15 min, including 3 min for discussions
We kindly ask the presenters to keep their talk strictly within the scheduled timetable.
PowerPoint files with oral presentations should be given on site to the organizers as early as possible, latest before the first lecture on the day of the talk. Should any specific facility be required, please contact the conference secretariat in advance.
GUIDELINES FOR POSTER PRESENTATION
The maximum posters size should be A0 (841 × 1189 mm or 33.11 × 46.81 in) in portrait orientation (landscape posters will not be accepted).
We encourage all presenting authors to put a picture of themselves in a upper corner of the poster. The quick identification of the author will favour scientific discussions.