Instructions for oral presentations
- Each presentation is given a 20 minute slot. The presentations should not exceed 16 minutes, to allow for time for Q&A and for the announcement of each delegate prior to each presentation.
- A Windows PC (running PowerPoint) connected to a projector will be present in each room for the presenter to use. PDF’s may also be used.
- Every presentation should be uploaded to the conference computers, during the breaks before each session. Please make sure to check that your presentation is how you intend it to be.
- You are welcome to use your own template for your presentation, as we will not be offering one.
- It is strongly advised that you also have a pdf copy of your presentation.
- If you have been shortlisted for the IChemE Young Researcher Award, please make sure to attend the gala dinner, where the winner and 2 runners-up will be announced.
Instructions for poster presentations
- The posters should be A0 portrait, using your own template.
- Posters will be displayed throughout the conference so please make sure to hang your poster on Monday and remove after the closing ceremony on Wednesday.
- If you want to be considered for a poster award, please make sure you specify this during your registration. Only current Ph.D. students and early career researchers who have received a Ph.D. award after 30th June, 2016 will be considered eligible for the poster competition. Proof of eligibility may be requested. Please make sure to attend the gala dinner, where the winner and 2 runners-up will be announced.
A poster competition will be held specifically for Early Career Researchers and Ph.D. students. Awards will be presented for the best poster (£500) and runners-up (2 x £250), provided that the competing delegates must be available to present their poster during the competition.
Eligibility: Current Ph.D. students and early career researchers who have received a Ph.D. award after 30th June, 2016 will be considered eligible for the poster competition. Proof of eligibility may be requested.
IChemE Young Researcher Award
The IChemE Young Researcher Award celebrates chemical, process and biochemical engineering excellence. Awards will be presented for abstracts submitted for oral presentation. The shortlisted delegates will be informed by the 24th July, 2019. All shortlisted abstracts will be presented in one session and a judging panel will select three abstracts which will receive awards. YRA prizes of £450/£200/£100 will be awarded respectively to the first second and third place. The judging criteria will be: quality of the work, clarity of the presentation (description and visual aids) and responses to questions.
Eligibility: Ph.D. students and early career researchers who have received a Ph.D. award after 31st July, 2018 can apply for the IChemE Young Researcher Award. Proof of eligibility may be requested.
About the abstract submission
A Two page Extended Abstract describing the main features of the work should be submitted before February 28th, 2019.
- A full paper is not required to be submitted.
- Extended abstracts should be submitted for either a poster or an oral presentation.
While the submission of a full paper is not required, a number of papers will be selected by the members of the scientific advisory committee for special issues of Particuology and Powder Technology (more information to be announced shortly).
The poster session is a key part of this conference and is open to everyone, so we would like to encourage you to consider submitting a Two-page Extended Abstract for poster presentation.
Extended Abstract and Poster Guidelines
- A template for the abstract has been provided and should be used for all submissions for the conference.
- The abstract should not exceed two pages.
- Files can be submitted as either the word processor document (*.doc, *.docx, *.odt) or a PDF.
- To make any changes in the contribution please go to the "Access Abstract" portal above, where you can view or edit your submission.
- On successful submission of the paper the authors should receive a confirmation email. Any correspondence with the conference organisers regarding a specific submission should include the submission ID received in the submission receipt.
- Posters should be created in portrait orientation for A0 pages. Posters larger than this or in ladscape orientation may not fit on the provided poster boards and may be excluded from the poster sessions.
Please note that:
- Only one oral or poster presentation is allowed per delegate.
- Conference registration should be performed electronically via the "Registration" portal (see our registration page for more information).
A review of all submissions will take place after the close of submissions on 28th January, 2019. Notification of acceptance for oral or poster presentations will be given by 30th March, 2019.
Final acceptance is contingent upon payment of the registration fee by the presenting author before June 30th, 2019.
Frequently Asked Questions
I have forgotten my password and cannot log in to view or edit my submission. What can I do?
- Information on how to reset your password for the abstract submission portal can be found here.
I cannot download the abstract template using the portal "Get abstract template". What can I do?
- You can find the abstract template as an attachment at the bottom of this page.
You may contact the Conference Secretariat with any questions.