Abstract Submission Guidelines
Before signing up or logging into the online system (in Step 4), please review all of the following steps to ensure you have the information needed to complete the Online Abstract Submission Form.
Each abstract should be a single page in length (including figures). In addition to this single page abstract that will be included in the conference abstract booklet, authors are encouraged to submit additional pages (up to two) with supplementary information that will be used by the Program Committee to help in abstract selection as well as determining abstracts for upgraded talks. The abstract and supplementary pages must be submitted online as one Adobe PDF file created from the MSWord Template below and uploaded using the online submission link in Step 4.
During the submission process, authors will also be asked to (1) enter contact, title, author, etc. details as well as an additional mini text abstract (2,700-character max including grammar and spacing) that may be used for a Mobile App (still under development) and (2) upload the PDF file with the abstract (required) and the additional supplementary pages (optional). Please note that no supplementary pages will be printed in the program book.
Please review the following sample PDF abstract.
Select a topic to present your abstract from the list below.
Please click the Submit Abstract button below and complete the Online Abstract Submission Form.
Questions? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Acknowledgment that your abstract has been submitted will follow by e-mail shortly after submission. Notifications regarding acceptance will be sent by e-mail by October 17, 2018.
The conference will cover a wide range of topics including the following:
- Materials for Quantum Technologies
- Defects as Devices (e.g. Quantum Emitters)
- Topological Materials
- Organic and Hybrid Electronics
- Electronically Reconfigurable Metasurfaces
- Magnetism and Spin Transport in Reduced Dimensions, Multiferroics
- Atomically Precise Deposition and Etching Methods
- OD, 1D, and 2D Materials for Electronics and Photonics
- Novel Couplings Across 2D and Mixed-Dimensional Interfaces
- Characterization of interfaces, transport, and optical properties: in situ and in operando
- Semiconductor and Dielectric Heterostructures
- Surface and Interfaces in Energy Storage and Generation
- Nanoscale Contacts on Semiconductors and Oxides