Call for Papers
Offers of poster presentations are now invited for Dalton Discussion 13 within any of the themes listed on the introduction page. Deadlines are listed on this page.
Abstracts for poster presentation should be sent by email attachment to RSC Events with the following subject header: 'DD13 abstract'. Submitting authors will be notified of the outcome of the review process within about a fortnight of the submission deadline.
The abstracts should be no longer than one A4 page in portrait layout. Authors should include their full address and contact details in the email and indicate whether the submission is for oral or poster presentation.
For more information please see guidelines for submitting an abstract.
|Oral abstract submission deadline||9 October 2011|
|Submission of full papers||10 February 2012|
|Poster abstract submission deadline||6 July 2012|
|Early bird registration deadline||6 July 2012|
|Standard registration deadline||3 August 2012|
How It Works - oral abstracts
Abstracts that fit most closely with the themes of the meeting will be chosen for oral presentation. Selection by the Scientific Committee will be based on abstract quality and achieving a balanced discussion. Please note that not all abstracts will be accepted. The Scientific Committee's decision is final.
Authors of the selected oral abstracts will then be expected to submit their work as a full paper, which will form the basis of their short presentation at the Discussion meeting. The paper itself must contain new, unpublished work and be submitted for review to the Editorial Office of Dalton Transactions by 10 February 2012.
The full papers will be refereed and then sent to all participants as preprints before the Discussion meeting. At the conference, each author will be given approximately 5 minutes to summarise the key points of their paper in order to leave the majority of time open for discussion.
The papers will be published as a special issue of Dalton Transactions, which will constitute a permanent record of the meeting. The detailed discussion at the conference will not be published verbatim, but some comments will be published on the journal website as supplementary information. In addition, the Scientific Committee will summarise the flavour of the discussion in an extended editorial in the special issue.
The keynote and discussion papers will be supplemented by contributed posters.
Contact and Further Information
Royal Society of Chemistry, Thomas Graham House, Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge CB4 0WF, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 432254 / 432380
Fax: +44 (0) 1223 423623