Abstract Submission for Graphene Week 2020 is now
Call for Abstract:
no later than
12 June 2020.
Notification of acceptance will be sent to the stated e-mail address.
The corresponding author will receive all correspondence concerning the abstract and is responsible for informing the presenting author and the co-authors of the status of the
The corresponding author will have access to the abstract after submission
via an on-line personal page.
Acknowledgement of receipt of the submission will be sent to the stated e-mail address of the corresponding author, within 24 hours.
If you need further information regarding your abstract submission, please contact:
Student Grants available! Abstract authors interested in applying for a scholarship must complete a full scholarship application, available through the Graphene Flagship website from
Accepted abstracts will be published in the
Graphene Week Digital Programme, complete with reference number and available to all conference delegates; on condition that the presenting author is registered for the conference and the registration fee is paid.
Abstract Submission Instructions
Abstracts must be written in
English. It is the author’s responsibility to submit a correct abstract; any errors in spelling, grammar, or scientific fact will be reproduced as typed by the author, if accepted.
version of the abstract (200 words maxi,
characters with space)
200 words abstract, which will appear at the
Graphene Week Digital Programme, should be an explicit summary of the full abstract that states the problem, the methods used as well as the major results and conclusions. It should be complementary to the title, not a repetition.
file using the template must be uploaded.
The full abstract text will be converted into a final PDF file together with the information provided in the submission (abstract title, author(s) and affiliation(s). The abstract and submission info
will be used to produce the
Graphene Week Digital Programme. Applications without
an uploaded abstract text isn’t possible.
references/citations that are part of the article are included, in full, below the abstract text
Upon submission, indicate one of the following topics that best describes the content of the paper:
Graphene Week 2020 Topics
Physics, Mechanics & Magnetism
Electrical properties and phenomena
Photonics and optoelectronics
Energy storage & generation
Wearables, Flexible devices
nanofluidics & filters
Paints, Foams, and Coatings
Environment, safety & sustainability
Exfoliation related methods
Device processing & process scale-up
Others Synthesis and Growth
When your abstract is submitted you can follow the progress on-line by entering your personal page.
Your personal page makes it possible for you to:
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after making your submission. Please use the “forgot my password” function if you need to reset your password
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Best Poster Award
All accepted posters presented at the conference are eligible for the Best Poster Award. Selections will be made during poster sessions by the Poster Award Committee based on the level of the research,
novelty of findings,
quality of the poster, and clarity of the presentation. The winners of the Best Poster Award will receive a Certificate issued by the Programme Committee and a prize.
Best Poster on Fundamentals
Best Poster on Applications
Growth and Processing
Abstract Submission Guidelines and Template
Full Abstract Submission Guidelines (PDF)
GW 2020 Full Abstract Submission Template - Word .docx
By submitting an abstract, you have agreed to the terms and conditions set out below:
The final deadline to submit the abstract is
23:59 Central European Time.
Only abstracts received by the published deadline are guaranteed acceptance into the regular scientific program. The organisers are under no obligation to schedule any contributed abstract that arrives after the close of business on the deadline date
Presentation Time: At the GW meetings, an invited paper is usually given
12 minutes for presentation plus 3 more minutes for questions. Unit meeting presentation times vary.
Abstract Review: All submitted abstracts will go through a peer-review process
carriedout by an international reviewing committee. Each abstract will be reviewed by at least three reviewers. The GW reserves the right to reject or alter abstracts based on, but not limited to, the following criteria:
Abstract lacks in scientific quality
Abstract is poorly written in English (the official language of the meeting).
Abstracts fall outside of the topical scope of the meeting
Abstracts contain inappropriate content
Abstracts do not comply with style guidelines, including excessive length
Abstract Selection: The
Scientific Programme Committee makes the final selection of abstracts to be included in the conference programme. Abstracts can be selected for oral presentation in oral abstract sessions or to be presented as a poster. A small number of highest scoring posters are selected for presentation in oral poster discussion sessions, whereas majority of the posters will be displayed in the Poster Exhibition.
Notification of Acceptance or Rejection to Corresponding Author: Notification of acceptance or rejection will be sent to the submitting (corresponding)
2020. Please note that only the corresponding author will receive mail concerning the abstract and is responsible for informing all co-authors of the status of the abstract. Authors whose abstracts have been accepted will receive instructions for the presentation of them.
The poster board can take an A0 poster in ‘Portrait’ layout (A0 prints measure 841mm x 1189mm), unless otherwise indicated by the program organizers.
When designing your poster, remember that attendees may be viewing it from a distance.
No audio-visual equipment is allowed in poster sessions, unless otherwise indicated by the program organizers.
Stay with your poster during author attendance times.
Copyright Notice: Abstracts should not include libellous or defamatory content. Material presented in abstracts should not violate any copyright laws. If figures/graphics/images have been taken from sources not copyrighted by the author, it is the author’s sole responsibility to secure the rights from the copyright holder in writing to reproduce those figures/graphics/images for both worldwide print and web publication. All reproduction costs charged by the copyright holder must be borne by the author. Authors who submit to this conference retain copyright over their work, while allowing the conference to place this unpublished
work under the care of a PCO service provider.
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will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party, according to
the Graphene Flagship GDPR rules.
19 May 2020 09:31