Demokritos IESL FORTH



Institute of Nuclear Physics

NCSR "Demokritos"

153 10 Aghia Paraskevi
Athens, Greece


Important Dates

15 January 2009

2nd Anouncement and Call for Abstracts

20 February 2009

Abstract submission deadline

16 March 2009

Notification to authors

27 March 2009

Preliminary program

27 March 2009

Early registration, Hotel reservation

15 April 2009

Final program

Call for papers

Instructions for Abstract Submission

The Conference will consist of invited talks, contributed talks and poster sessions. A template for preparing your abstract for TECHNART 2009 is given below.
In the Abstract template contributors should choose a preferred presentation type from “Oral” or “Poster”. If you intend to submit a full paper to Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry please choose YES in the same template.
The abstract template is a Microsoft WORD file and is designed to ensure that the abstract is prepared in the right way for publication in the Book of Abstracts. Please save this template file on your PC's hard drive and use it when you prepare your abstract (DOWNLOAD ABSTRACT TEMPLATE)
Replace each item, such as Title, Authors, Addresses, Text, Figures, References.  The length of the abstract is limited to ONE page.
The Organising Committee encourages the use of figures and tables in the abstract. Please note that they should fit in a single column and the file size is limited to 2.0 MB.
Abstract submission: Abstracts should be submitted before February 20, 2009 using the web site e-mail address.
Abstract evaluation: Abstracts will be reviewed by the International Scientific Committee members who will make recommendation for oral or poster presentation.


Instructions for oral presentations

The time frame for oral presentations is as follows:
Contributed Oral Presentations will have a gross duration of 20 min that breaks down to 15 min for presentation and 5 min for discussion.
Invited Oral Presentations have a gross duration of 30 min that breaks down to 25 min for presentation and 5 min for discussion.
The lecture hall is equipped with a digital projector and a PC with MS Windows XP. It is recommended that you use Power Point (at least 2003 version). You should upload and test your presentation file well in advance of your presentation. A pdf presentation has less potential for surprises as long as you make sure that the used fonts are embedded in the file. Please use a memory stick or a CD as medium for your file. Floppy disk drives will not be provided.
Lecturers should meet with the chairpersons of their session 15 min before the session starts. There is a technicians as operator in the lecture hall present for helping with the use of the microphone, the PC preparation and for moving the wireless microphone during the discussion.

Instructions for Session Chairpersons

Chairpersons should meet with the lecturers of their session 15 min before the session starts and are responsible for a strict control of the time frame.

Instructions for Poster Presentations

Posters will be mounted on the day of the poster session and must be removed on the same day at the end of the session.  Poster panel dimensions are: 120 cm in height and 90 cm wide.


Special Issue in Analytical Bioanalytical Chemistry

Selected contributions,  based on abstracts evaluation by the TECHNART 2009 International Scientific Committee,  will be invited to submit a full or review paper to a special issue of Analytical Bioanalytical Chemistry (ABC). Submitted papers will be assessed following the high standards of peer review of ABC with regard to analytical innovation and significance of results.

ABC is a major international journal in the field of analytical science publishing high-quality research articles on fundamental and applied topics of analytical and bioanalytical science with broad impact.

Deadline for paper submission is May 31, 2009

Conference program

Invited speakers

Scientific Program (PDF)



Book of Abstracts (PDF)

Registration (PDF)

Registration (DOC)

Exhibitors Registration

Abstract Template

Athens City Guide

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