During the registration period, prospective authors are kindly invited to contribute to and help shape the conference through submissions of their research abstracts. Before submitting abstracts, researchers are encouraged to examine the Topics to identify the ones that most closely reflect the emphasis of their work.
Presentations duration: 15 minutes presentation, 5 minutes discussion
If the abstract (it should be in pdf format, Download the Abstract Template) is accepted, both academic and industry-based researchers are cordially encouraged for presentation at the conference to describe their work in all areas of Nanotechnology and Composites.
For those attending as participants the registration deadline is on November 30th.
- Abstract submission: 10/11/2021
- Abstract feedback: 10/11/2021
- Registration submission: 30/11/2021
- Main conference: 08 – 09/12/2021
For in-person participation, after you receive your positive abstract feedback, please fill out the content of the poster and send it to the organizer (Download the Poster Template)
Guidelines for poster presentations:
SICS 2021 presenters will be exhibiting their posters on Wednesday, December 8, and Thursday, December 9, during the Coffee and Lunch Breaks, as per the Conference Programme.
Exhibits should be set up during the Registration Time (9.00-9.30) the first day (Dec 8) in the designated area as per the Conference Programme and should be removed after the end of the Conference (Dec 9, afternoon). Dedicated assistants will be available for help in the poster area on both days.
Posters size should be A0 (841 x 1188 mm) or (33-1/8 x 46-13/16 in), to fit on the boards. Posters can be stuck with blue tack or double-sided sellotape.
TYPE and TEXT
Posters should include a title, name and affiliation of the presenter(s) labelled on the top of the poster space.
Section Headings should be at least 32 pt., bold preferred. Avoid using all capital letters. Use bulleted lists where possible instead of paragraphs. You can use italics instead of underlining, or black lettering.
Use photos, diagrams, graphs or any other artwork as a focal point to attract attention and these should be easily visible from a distance.
Try to make all illustrations (charts, pies, graphs, etc.) into bold graphic display where text is minimized and symbols are maximized.
All posters should be sent to the Organiser (firstname.lastname@example.org) in .ppt/.pptx format by Monday, 29th of November, to be uploaded in the online Session.
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