Call for Abstracts

Abstract Deadline: Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Poster Session: Monday, August 12 (~4:00-5:30p)
Oral Sessions: Tuesday, August 13

Researchers planning to attend the CNMS User Meeting are encouraged to submit abstracts describing recent research results to be considered for presentation in oral or poster sessions during the meeting. CNMS users are especially encouraged to submit abstracts that include results from their user projects but forefront research across the spectrum of nanoscale materials science topics spanned by CNMS research capabilities and user interests will be welcome. The CNMS User Executive Committee will select a limited number of abstracts for Contributed oral presentations on Tuesday, August 13. Additional abstracts will be allocated space in the poster exhibit that will be on display from Monday afternoon through the day on Tuesday. Posters presented by graduate and undergraduate students will also be eligible to compete for Best Student Poster Presentation.

Abstracts may be prepared as PDF/MSW files and uploaded using the online abstract submission form. Abstracts must not exceed one page in length including title, author name(s) and affiliation(s), and figures; with one-inch margins and minimum 11-pt font size. (Abstract_Sample)

The deadline for abstract submission is June 19. Submitting authors will be notified of acceptance by the end of June.

Abstracts for Workshops should be sent directly to the Workshop Organizer.

REMINDER: Meeting registration is required – deadline to register is July 24
Meeting registration (no fee) covers all events including the user meeting, poster sessions, and workshops held on August 12-14.

Instructions for preparing posters:

Tabletop poster boards and adhesive Velcro tabs will be provided for mounting posters.

You may bring your poster to the meeting in any convenient format such as a rolled-up sheet, pre-mounted on a rigid board, or as a set of smaller sheets.

Posters must fit within an area that is 42 inches wide and 42 inches high.

Posters should be printed mechanically using ink-jet, laser, or similar type printer and have a “professional” appearance, meeting the customary standards for display at international scientific conferences.