Abstract Instructions

All papers will undergo peer review. Submissions outside the conference scope or with obvious scientific flaws will be rejected.

Abstract submission deadlines (more dates)

  • Oral presentation: September 18, 2022
  • Poster presentation: October 4, 2022

  • First, register your participation on the conference please (accessible here).
    Registration process described here.

  • Use web form using your unique registration code to submit abstract (accessible here).

  • It is allowed to submit one abstract of oral presentation per registered participant.
    Additionally, it is possible to submit 
    one more abstract of the poster presentation (with a different topic) without extra payment.
    (Please, register yourself one more time for the second abstract submission, choose any payment way, but do not pay for the second registration. The new registration code you will get by registration will allow you to submit another abstract.)

  • The maximum length of a abstract is 1 page of text, including authors, affiliations, acknowledgement, references, pictures and tables.

  • The text should be divided into sections Authors, Affiliations, Summary, Acknowledgement and References.
    Sections Acknowledgement and References are not obligatory.

  • The abstract may include tables and figures; however, they have to be inserted by using the web form together with text in a PNG or JPG format.

  • Figure captions should be placed below the figure as a text paragraph starting with "Fig. X.", where "X" denotes figure number. 

  • References, if presented, should be numbered sequentially in the order in which they are cited in the text. The numbers should be set in brackets, thus [1, 8]. References are to be collected in numerical order at the end of the abstract under the heading "References". Please format the references according to the Electrophoresis journal style (see two basic examples below). Titles of journals should be abbreviated.

    [1] Tycova, A., Foret, F., J. Chromatogr. A 2015, 1388, 274–279.
    [2] Hermanson, G., Bioconjugate techniques, Academic Press, San Diego 1995.

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