15th Chinese Biophysics Congress
November 3-6, 2017, Shanghai, China
Abstract

Abstract Submission Guideline

Important Dates:
Deadline of Oral Presentation Submission: Saturday, September 30, 2017
Deadline of Abstract Submission: Sunday, October 15, 2017

How to submit the abstract?
1. Abstract Submission is ONLY through On-line Submission System
2. Please sign up to request an account for access to the on-line system.

Rules for Submission
Abstracts without registration and payment will NOT be included in the abstract book. Applicants must follow these guidelines:

  • Abstract Submission Form: WORD.
  • Language: the abstract must be written in ENGLISH.
  • All abstracts submitted for presentation must represent scientific research that cannot be perceived as marketing a specific company or product.
  • Authors submitting abstracts are responsible for ensuring that all authors listed on the abstract have been notified of the submission.
  • There is a limit of 300 words for the body text of your abstract submission.
  • Each abstract will be reviewed by the Organizing Committee, and decisions to accept or reject abstracts rest with this committee.

Notifications
The BSC Office will email abstract scheduling notices to Presenting Authors only no later than Monday, October 16, 2017. It is important that a valid and current email address for the Presenting Author be entered during the abstract submission process. Once an abstract is received by the BSC all subsequent notifications will be sent to the Presenting Author by email. Notifications will not be sent to the other authors. The Presenting Author holds the responsibility of notifying all authors on the abstract of the scheduling.

Rules for Poster

Poster size is 0.9 meter wide and 1.2 meter high. Click here to download Poster Template.
You won't have to bring the poster by yourself. We will print all posters together. Please upload the Poster in PDF Form.
Poster presentation will take place in the Poster Area of the exhibition area. Authors are requested to be in attendance at their poster for discussion.

Poster Presentation
The following guidelines may prove helpful in the preparation of your poster.

  • Your poster must correspond to the title and content of the abstract you submitted.
  • Plan your poster to be in logical sequence, i.e. introduction, study design and methods, data collected, conclusion.
  • Posters should be designed for clear viewing from a distance of beyond 1m so that they can be viewed by a number of people at the same time.
  • Use a large font size, and bullet your major points. Text should be printed in fonts of about 1cm height (font size no less than 28).
  • Keep the text to a minimum - most posters contain far too much text.
  • Attractive charts, tables and graphics will greatly increase the effectiveness of any poster. Illustrations and tables should be kept relatively simple to maximize legibility. Avoid "artsy" style and keep captions brief.
  • Lines in graphs should be heavy. Choose colors that are easily distinguishable from one another. Symbols, letters and numbers should be large enough to be seen from a distance of six feet.
  • It's easier to read a poster if the information is arranged in vertical columns rather than horizontal strips.

Note: AV is not allowed in the poster session - posters should be displayed using effective printed visuals.