The Executive Board of the Program Committee has set a rule limiting any individual to presenting no more than three oral presentations.
Likewise, no author will be allowed to present more than two posters on any given day.
Note: ABSTRACT TITLES WILL BE PRINTED EXACTLY AS THEY ARE SUBMITTED.
It is recommended that you compose the abstract text in a separate document before beginning the online submission process. Check the spelling and grammar of the text before submitting it. Conference organizers will not edit abstract titles prior to printing in the program book.
Please do not include the title or author names in the heading of the abstract text.(The title and authors will be inserted automatically based on information you have already provided.)
To submit your abstract, paste or type your text directly into the following text box.
Please note that symbols or formatted text may not transfer using this process and you may need to add those characters using the "Insert Custom Character" icon below.
It is highly recommended you first use a word processor to compose your abstract text, check your spelling and word count.
The entire body of the abstract, excluding tables, must not exceed 1,500 words (300 word limit for Catalysis and Reaction Engineering division) .
Image Upload (optional)
Only one image file will be accepted. You may combine multiple tables, images, etc into one image. You will be able to upload this final image directly using the Image Upload area. Please read below for more detailed instructions.
If you would like to include an image, equation, table, figure, etc., select the "Upload Image" option below the text box, browse to your image, and save your image file.
Note that only one image file is allowed. If you would like to include multiple images, you must combine them and save them as one image file. JPG is the preferred image format.
The final image will appear at the end of the abstract.
To convert a table to an image, we suggest that you use the 'Print Screen' button when you are viewing your abstract in the word processor. Then copy that image into Paint, or any other image and photo editing software. Then crop the image to the table and save the table.
Figure captions may be included in the text box or in the image file, whichever is the most appropriate and easiest way to identify the figures.
There is no limit on the number of tables, figures, etc that you can combine into your one image upload. Keep in mind, the more components you have in your overall image file, the smaller the individual images will look.
HINT: make sure all images are clear and the captions for all images are proportionate in size to the image.
For any image, we require a minimum of 300 dpi to insure proper resolution.
Should your paper be accepted, a longer extended abstract/full paper will be requested later.
For help in submitting an abstract online, Contact technical support.