Abstract Submission for I3D18

Abstract Submission is now CLOSED!

You can submit your abstract(s) for the Workshop by choosing the corresponding option in the abstract submission form (ISFOE or NN Abstract Submission). If you select to submit an abstract for ISFOE, there is the option "Int. Workshop on 3D Printing, 3D Bioprinting, Digital & Additive Manufacturing" at the "Selected ISFOE Workshop(s)/topic(s)" area. If you select to submit an abstract for NN, there is the same option available at the "Selected NN Workshop" area.

Last Minute Poster Submission Deadline: 3 June 2018

Notification of Acceptance: As soon as your contribution has been reviewed by the committee

Steps for Abstract Submission

1. IMPORTANT: In order to proceed to the above steps you must be a registered user first. Create a user profile by visiting this link.

2. REGISTER & SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT: In order to submit your abstract you have to register first for the corresponding event(s) via the NANOTEXNOLOGY 2018 registration form.

3. SUBMIT/WITHDRAW AN ABSTRACT (FOR ALREADY REGISTERED USERS): If you are already registered and want to either submit another abstract or withdraw your submission, you have to use the corresponding options/links from the registered users area.

Abstract Templates

word logo ISFOE18 Abstract Template

word logo NN18 Abstract Template

Publication of Manuscripts

ISFOE18 and NN18 Publications information.

Information on Poster Presentations

The Poster Sessions will take place in the exhibition area.
Standard poster panels will be available - Posters should be in a PORTRAIT format, and the appropriate dimensions should be 84cm x 119cm (A0 size).

All posters will be numbered as given in the final programme. Please fix your poster on the poster panel marked with your poster number.


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