Instructions for Abstracts 2015

Instructions for Abstracts

The goal of the conference is for attendees to discover the research and development capacity in Ontario for Nanotechnology. Participants will learn about emerging scientific concepts and engineering devices based on Nano-scale science and technology, with an emphasis on industry application and economic impact. The conference is the central venue in Ontario for the exchange of ideas about best practices in Nanotechnology across all fields of priority in Ontario, including Energy, Health and Manufacturing.

Professionals and students are eligible to submit an abstract.

To be have your abstract considered for a talk, please make sure to submit before October 1, 2015. You can submit a poster abstract at any time, up to Friday, October 16

How to Submit an Abstract

Submit an abstract to Judith Lachance along with your short bio (max 100 words). The bio should be a description of your educational and professional background, must be submitted in a paragraph form and should not be in a list or curriculum vitae format.

Please submit your abstracts to Judith Lachance at Judith.Lachance@uOttawa.ca

Word Limit

Abstracts must be no longer than 250 words.

Short bio must be no longer than 100 words.

Submitting an abstract represents a commitment to attend the 2015 Conference, irrespective of acceptance of an abstract. The opportunity to submit an abstract for consideration is available only to those who plan to attend the conference for educational and networking purposes, and not to those who wish to attend exclusively for the opportunity to present. Therefore, all persons submitting an abstract must register and submit payment to attend the conference.

The best abstract submissions will be given an option for oral presentation. All others that are accepted will be poster presentations at the poster session.

Abstract Review

Applicants will be notified by e-mail whether their abstract was accepted.

If the abstract is selected for presentation at the conference, the author submitting the abstract will be requested to make a 15 minute presentation at the conference.

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