DEADLINE EXTENSION: APRIL 30, 2020

 

The deadline for abstract submission is April 30, 2020 (11:59 pm Pacific-USA.) This deadline applies to all submissions (posters and talks).

Style guide

Style guides are provided in word and pdf format to support authors’ needs:

– Download Style Guide_ECOSS 35 (pdf)

– Download Style Guide_ECOSS 35 (Microsoft Word)

Please make sure that your paper does not contain non-English font packages (for example, Japanese, Korean or Chinese fonts, etc.).

FORMAT : 1-page abstract

 

Session selection

During the submission process, two options are available: “oral or poster” and “poster only“.

Important: There is no oral-only option, you must be willing to present a poster if you opt for oral consideration.

 

List of Oral and Poster submission topics

      • CAT       Heterogeneous Catalysis
      • OXI       Oxide surfaces and thin films
      • 2DM      2D materials
      • MOL      Organic molecules and molecular architectures on surfaces
      • SCR      Surface adsorption, desorption, diffusion and reactions
      • ELC       Electrochemistry on surfaces
      • ATM       Advances in Theoretical Methods
      • AEM      Advances in Experimental Methods
      • ENM      Energy materials
      • SEM      Semiconductor surfaces
      • NPS      Functional surface nanostructures, plasmonics and sensors
      • WAT      Water on surfaces
      • UES      Ultrafast Dynamics and Electronic Structure
      • ISI         Ion-surface interactions

Criteria for abstract acceptance

The ECOSS Program Committee will meet to review abstracts. Abstracts must meet the following criteria:

1.The results presented in each abstract should add something new to our base of knowledge. The novel aspect of your work is an important consideration during abstract review.

2. The abstract should include sufficient results to properly represent the experiments that will be presented.

3. There must be a fundamental difference between each of the abstracts submitted from a research group. The same results may not appear in multiple presentations.

4. Each attendee can be the presenting author on only one abstract (although an individual may be listed as a co-author on multiple abstracts).

 

Timeline for notification and public access of accepted abstracts

Notification of abstract acceptance: May 10, 2020

Presentation Information

  • Oral contribution guidelines

Projection will be available in the session rooms which are equipped with a laptop or desktop computer, a projector, a microphone and a pointer.To ensure the changeover between talks is efficient, all presentations should be transferred to the computer in the session room before the start of the session in which it will be presented. Each speaker must ensure than his/her presentation (incl. questions) is no longer than that stipulated in the programme.

  • Length of talks
    • Plenary talk: 50 min + 10 min discussion
    • Invited talk: 35 min + 5 min discussion
    • Oral Talk: 17 min + 3 min discussion
  • Instructions for presentation
    • Supported presentation types: MS Office / Adobe PDF
    • The following mass storage devices are accepted: USB stick / external HDD / Presentation’s privacy

At the end of the conference ALL presentations and associated files will be deleted.

  • Poster presentation guideline

The poster exhibition will be held at the conference venue.

covering all topics for the conference.

All posters will remain on display for the duration of these two sessions. Presenters of posters with an even number in their ID should be available at their posters on the Monday evening session and odd numbered posters on Tuesday.

  • General Information

Your poster board will be marked with the same ID as listed in the programme booklet (for example – CAT-P-1) and which was sent with your acceptance notification via email. The layout of the poster boards and assignment of board numbers can be found in the programme booklet. Lists of posters to be presented for each session topic can be found by following the links on our website; poster presentations can be found towards the bottom of the pages, under the list of talks.

All presenting authors should ensure that their poster is affixed to the corresponding numbered board by the start of the first poster session on Monday the 24th. All posters should be removed by lunch time on Thursday the 27th at the latest.

  • Poster Format

The maximum acceptable size for a poster is A0 and should be in portrait format (84 cm wide x 119 cm high). Participants are asked to bring their printed poster with them as no poster printers will be available at the conference.  Suitable tape or pins will be provided.