Call for Abstracts
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Abstract submission deadline – April 29, 2016
Submitting an abstract is very simple!
- Click here to create an account.
- Complete your profile.
- Submit your abstract.
Attention: You can register to IMRP 2016 at any time. It is not a requirement to register to IMRP 2016 in order to submit an abstract. Abstracts can be drafted and edited in the abstract submission system until you are ready to make the final submission by April 15.
Quick access to your account is available at the top of the website. See the button entitled “Log into my IMRP 2016 account”.
The Program Committee is responsible for assembling a high-quality, dynamic program that appeals to industry experts from around the world. The Committee is soliciting papers from a wide array of delegates including researchers, government representatives, academics and business leaders. This is your opportunity to submit online abstracts on relevant topics and make your mark at IMRP 2016.
The Program Committee invites the submission of Technical and Commercial Abstracts. These may be submitted as an Oral Presentation or Poster. It is anticipated that, as in the past, selected papers from the meeting will be included in a special edition of the Journal of Radiation Physics and Chemistry.
A publication of commercial abstracts is currently under review.
IMRP 2016 will use the latest technology to enhance both presenters’ and delegates’ experiences. All oral presentations will be recorded. Poster presenters will have the opportunity to record a three-minute narration on-site and prepare up to five PowerPoint slides related to their posters. With the approval of each presenter, the audio, with synchronized slide advance, will be posted on the website after the meeting. Each presentation (oral or poster) will be watermarked with the IMRP 2016 logo to prevent piracy. Only iiA members and attendees will be able to access these presentations for 6 months after the meeting, after which they will only be available to iia members.
Selected scientific papers from the event – oral or poster – will be published in a special meeting issue of the Journal of Radiation Physics and Chemistry (Elsevier), subject to peer review by a Scientific Committee made up of Professor Arne Miller (Chair), Professor Mohamad Al-Sheikhly and Dr Gustavo Varca.
The Program Committee recognizes the contributions of graduate students who conduct research and prepare papers for publication. When you submit an abstract on the IMRP website, take the opportunity to tell us when a student is a first author of the paper and why he or she should be invited to give an oral presentation at IMRP 2016, Vancouver.
Posters will be grouped by theme and displayed for the duration of the meeting. The break in the schedule on November 8th and 9th offers delegates the perfect opportunity to network with the authors of posters and representatives in the exhibition area.
In 2016 delegates will be able to build their own online agenda and meeting planner to manage their time and get the most out of the meeting. The presenters of the three most outstanding posters will be recognized with awards and a cash prize. These posters will also be featured in the iiA Scientific eNewsletter and on the website.