Submit your abstract through the Ex Ordo abstract submission system. You will be required to setup an account first.
All submissions will be reviewed based on technical merit, readability, relevance and originality.
If you have any question about the submission process, check the FAQ here or contact us.
Oral sessions consist of a series of individual talks. The time allocated to each oral presentation is 15 minutes including 3 minutes for questions.
A poster presentation allows you to interact face to face with people interested in your research. Posters should be no larger than A0 (84 cm wide by 119 cm long) in portrait format (landscape format is not allowed).
Workshop presentations are interactive skills-based discussions that could last up to 40 minutes. Workshops must be interactive, and include practical information that participants can bring back to their communities.
If you are unable to attend the conference, but still wish to have your paper presented and published, we offer on-line presentation. Your presentation will be uploaded on the conference website prior to the conference. You are still required to submit an abstract and one author must pay the registration fee. At the end of the conference, you will receive a certificate of presentation and the digital book of abstracts.
CONTINUOUS REVIEWING METHOD
If you submit your abstract before June 6th, you should receive the notification of acceptance/rejection on June 18th. You will then benefit from Early Bird rates if you register before July 6th.
If you submit your abstract later than June 6th, your abstract will be allocated to Scientific Committee members as soon as you submit it via the Ex Ordo system. You should then receive the notification of acceptance/rejection within 4 weeks.
All notification of acceptance/rejection should be sent to authors on October 8th.
This method enables you to:
- Have enough time finalize your work and deliver a high-quality presentation.
- Apply for a VISA or a grant early enough, if needed.
- Have time to arrange your travel and accommodations
Early bird submission - June 6, 2018
Early bird registration - July 6, 2018
Regular submission - September 26, 2018
Regular registration - October 26, 2018
Conference - December 10-12, 2018
All accepted abstracts will be scheduled for oral, poster or workshop presentation and will be compiled in PDF format. A digital version of the book of abstracts will be available online.
FULL PAPERS PUBLICATION
All authors with accepted abstract will be able to submit the corresponding full papers for publication in the conference proceedings.
The conference proceedings will be published by the Phosphorus, Sulfur and Silicon and the Related Elements Journal (Taylor & Francis).[box]
PBSi 2018 is delighted to announce that the premier main group chemistry journal, Phosphorus, Sulfur and Silicon and the Related Elements Journal (published by Taylor and Francis (Web Of Science & Scopus-Indexed) has been chosen to publish the conference special issue of papers. The scope of the journal closely matches the themes and topics of PBSi 2018
Authors whose abstracts have been accepted by PBSi 2018 Scientific Committee and that are presented during the conference are warmly welcomed to submit a short conference proceeding, a communication, a poster or a full paper for inclusion in the special issue of collected manuscripts.
The submissions must be uploaded and reviewed via the Ex Ordo online system. Once the reviewing process is completed, the authors will be notified. The authors are required to follow the referees’ recommendations in order to improve their paper before the final submission. The journal’s revised Instructions for Authors can be found at this link: http://www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?journalCode=gpss20&page=instructions
Platform for the submission of articles: coming soon
- Submission of manuscripts start: October 9th, 2018
- Submission of manuscripts end: December 19th, 2018
- Notification to authors: February 9th, 2019
- Final versions due: March 9th, 2019
Guest Editor Committee
- Professor Gerhard Haegele, Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsselforf, Germany: Editorial Board of Phosphorus Sulfur and Silicon and the Related Elements
- Professor Paweł Kafarski, Wrocław University of Technology