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Types of contributions

Talks

Talks may be up to 15 minutes long, followed by a discussion of about 5 minutes. Talk slots are limited to one per research group.

Please prepare your slides either in 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio. All presentations should be in PPTX or PDF format. We will provide a computer with Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe Reader for your presentation.

Before each session, you will have the opportunity to copy your presentation to our computer and check the layout of your slides.

How-to lectures

How-to lectures are special talks that should present strategies to overcome challenges in phosphorus chemistry, for example by explaining synthetic methods, working techniques, spectroscopic methods, computational methods etc.

While you can, of course, also promote your own research in a How-to lecture, the focus should be more on a tutorial-style presentation of a concept or topic of your choice.

How-to lectures may be up to 15 minutes long, followed by a discussion of about 5 minutes.

Please prepare your slides either in 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio. All presentations should be in PPTX or PDF format. We will provide a computer with Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe Reader for your presentation.

Before each session, you will have the opportunity to copy your presentation to our computer and check the layout of your slides.

Posters

A poster presentation will allow you to present your research in a casual setting and engage in detailed discussions.

Posters should be in A0 portrait format. We will provide poster stands and pins.

Do not hesitate to prepare additional material for your presentation, such as additional slides (that may, for example, be presented on your tablet computer) or handouts. 

Please use our template when preparing your abstract. Submit your abstract by 31 July 2022