INSTRUCTIONS FOR ABSTRACT PREPARATION
- Abstracts should be submitted in English.
- The title of the abstract should reflect accurately the research conducted.
- The abstract should be informative, carefully prepared, and should stress the major findings to enable the Scientific Committee to judge their scientific merit.
- It should include a problem statement, objectives, methods, and the most significant results.
- It should be of 350 words maximum.
- Use single-line spacing and leave a line gap between paragraphs if it is needed.
- Paragraphs should be justified (straight edged).
- It is recommendable to insert a key figure such as graphical abstract (.jpg) or a table showing the results.
- Cite references in the text, either in parentheses (author’s surname et al., year) or as part of a sentence, e.g. … according to author’s surname (year)
- References should be alphabetically ordered; an example is provided below:
Author’s surname(s), first-name initial(s)., Author’s surname(s), first-name initial(s)., and Author’s surname(s), first-name initial(s)., year. Title of the publication, Title of the journal, volume: first page-last page.
- Authors may choose the topic and sub-topic of the Congress or the Specialized Joint Event that consider is the most appropriate for presenting their communications.
INFORMATION FOR PRESENTING
Guideline for presentations:
PowerPoint Format 16:9 slides.
You can use this template. Download here.
You will have 30 min for your presentation, including questions and answers.
You will have 15 min for your presentation, including questions and answers.
Oral Flash Communication:
You will have 5 min for your presentation, including questions and answers.
You will have 3 min for your presentation. Please prepare a brief PowerPoint Presentation. A discussion will be held after the last presentation.
After the poster session discussion join your colleagues to finish the day with a cold refreshing beer in an informal environment.
Poster size 1000 mm H x 700 mm W.
Hold your poster in the panel identified with your number of abstract or communication ID.
The poster presentations are divided in two sessions:
Session 1 | Monday 19th September
T1. PARTICULATE SOLIDS HADLING
T2. PARTICLE AND PARTICULATE SYSTEMS CHARACTERIZATION
T3. PARTICLE PROCESSING
T4. PARTICLE-FLUID SYSTEMS: FLUIDIZATION AND MULTI-PHASE FLOW
T6. PARTICLE SEPARATION
Poster presenters must set up their posters at the Posters’ Area on Sunday 18th before 18:00h.
Poster presenters must remove their posters Tuesday 20th at 13:00h
Any remaining poster will be discarded Tuesday 20th after 13:30h
Session 2 | Wednesday 21st September
T5. PARTICLE FORMATION AND DESIGN
T7. AEROSOL PARTICLE
T8. NANOPARTICLES: PRODUCTION, CHARACT. AND APPLICATIONS
T9. MODELLING AND SIMULATION
T10. STED* IN PARTICLE-BASED MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS
JE. MULTIDIMENSIONAL PARTICLE PROPERTIES: CHARACTERIZATION, SEPARATION, APPLICATION
Poster presenters must set up their posters at the Posters’ Area on Tuesday 20th before 14:30h.
Poster presenters must remove their posters Thursday 22nd at 13:00h
Any remaining poster will be discarded Thursday 22nd after 14:00h
The audio-visual means for the presentation will be provided by the organization; you will not be able to use your own computer.
Accepted abstracts will be included in the WCPT9 Book of Abstracts (electronic version)