Call for Abstracts
Abstract Submission Deadline: now extended until 31st August 2012
After the deadline, abstracts may not be revised or resubmitted. Proof read abstracts carefully to avoid errors before submission. If accepted, your abstract will be published as submitted.
- Hot structures in Biology
- Metallo-organic structural chemistry
- Diffraction Physics and applications of crystallography
- Membrane Proteins
- Non-ambient and in-situ Diffraction Studies
- Synchrotron and neutron sources, instrumentation and application
- Energy related materials
- Dynamic aspects of molecular and solid state crystals
- Macromolecular assemblies (Viral proteins)
- Chemical crystallography
- Structural proteomics and bioinformatics
- Drug discovery
- Small angle scattering
- Crystal growth and engineering
Submitting your Abstract
- Download abstract submission instructions
- Download abstract template
- Click here for online abstract submission
Limited travel sponsorship (up to a maximum of $AUD800) is available for Young Scientists who wish to attend the Conference courtesy of the International Union of Crystallography and AsCA. Young scientists from developing countries may be given preference in the distribution of the funds available. Young scientists for this purpose are defined as graduate students, postgraduate students or post-doctoral fellows with a maximum age of 30 (exceptionally 35). Some funding is also available to assist Young Scientists to attend the Bragg Symposium.
To Apply: Applications detailing whether you are a graduate student, a post-graduate student or a post-doctoral fellow along with a letter from your supervisor supporting your application, a brief CV and a copy of your submitted conference abstract should be sent to email@example.com.
Please click here for instructions on how to submit an abstract. Due date is the 30th July 2012.
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