abstract submission information
Deadline for abstract submission:
Speakers: Deadline 16th March, 2023.
Posters: Deadline 6th April, 2023 - or until full (we have space for 52 posters).
STUDENT S9 SYMPOSIUM REQUESTS: DEALINE EXTENDED UNTIL 14TH FEB.
Requests for oral presentation slots for students - we have a limited number and each request is made on the abstract submission form. All requests will be reviewed by the Program Committee. Including reference to published or submitted (confirmed by supervisor) is a necessary condition.
Abstracts must be submitted electronically through email. (If you have difficulties please write to us at email@example.com with "Abstract Question" in the subject line). The presenting author must register first and obtain a confirmation code (make sure you make a copy as you register and/or keep the email.)
Each participant may submit an abstract for just one paper either a talk or a poster but not both. Those presenting posters can only be the presenting author on one poster. Please note - this is very important: all presenters much register and provide their unique Confirmation Code when submitting their abstract. The presenter's name should be the first in the list of authors. The Confirmation Code is on the email you receive immediately following registration.
Please note - only one abstract per participant using the unique Conformation Code from the Registration emailed Receipt.
· You must have your CONFIRMATION CODE available - sent to your by email when you registered - if you register on line with a credit card this will be in the e-mail message returned to you immediately. If you register with payment by cheque there will be delays. We are finding that university cheques are taking weeks to arrive. You will not receive your CONFIRMATION CODE and receipt until the cheque arrives. Please register as early as possible to leave time before the Abstract deadlines.
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Abstract Template Details (FOLLOW CAREFULLY):
Use the WORD file for fonts and compare with the pdf file for an example. Use “Paste –A- or Paste Special” on top of our text to maintain fonts, spacings and margins.
Abstracts should be submitted in MS Word format using the template and must not exceed the margins set in the template. Please take care that you do not exceed the 100 character limit for your title. Please carefully follow the example abstract that you can download as a pdf file. Both WORD .doc and .docx formats will be accepted but WORD only and .docx is preferred.
Schemes and figures should be included in the Word file. Do not exceed the margins in the template with figures.
Click on the following links to download the abstract template that you overwrite and an example abstract.
ABSTRACT-SUBMISSION-DOCX-FILE This is the CanBIC-8 WORD Abstract Template - save as YOUR_NAMExxx.docx
This is a WORD file that you overwrite - please use "Paste Special" then select "Unformatted Text" or "style of our file, and overwrite our text. That way your text will be formatted as we need. Please note the odd size paper, please do not change.
NOW PLEASE see the Adobe pdf file made from the template WORD file as well as the Demo file above for an example of the exact sizes you must be within.
Compare your finished WORD file with this pdf copy - make sure your margins are exactly the same - this is B5 format.
PDF EXAMPLES TO CHECK.
WE CANNOT EMPHASIZE ENOUGH: before you submit your WORD file please compare its formatting and set up with the pdf provided. Abstracts have to be returned to you if they do not conform to this style. Please check the pdf file showing what your abstract must look like.
Please click here for the link to our google form to submit the abstract.
If you are unable to access this link, please download the file below, manually fill it out, then send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org