Call for Papers
|Abstract Submission Deadline
|Friday, April 26, 2019
Abstract Submission Deadline will be extended to Friday, May 17, 2019
Final Abstract Submission Deadline will be extended to Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Abstract Submission for oral presentation is now closed. After 11:00 a.m. on May 31st, 2019(JST), it will be considered for a poster presentation
Please submit your abstract via the online submission form.
In order to go to the abstract submission page, you need to create an account. After you obtain an account, a reply e-mail will be sent to your registered e-mail address automatically. Please follow the directions in the reply e-mail to log in the abstract submission page. If you do not receive it within 24 hours, please contact Congress Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regular Session and Special Session
■Instructions for Authors
Delegates can submit Dioxin 2019 abstracts in two formats: a one page abstract or a 4 page short paper. Please follow the instructions in the template files to prepare your abstract/short paper. The abstract/short paper must be saved in the PDF format before the online submission.
Program book and Abstract data will be made on the basis of your abstract submission.
A short paper can be published in the 2019 volume of the Organohalogen Compounds (http://dioxin20xx.org/organohalogen-compounds-database-search/) if you choose this option.
The abstract submission site will require you to select a presentation type from four options: 1) oral, 2) poster, 3) oral/poster, and 4) oral (invited). The first three options are for the regular sessions and open special sessions. The last option is for invited speakers (plenary lectures and invited special sessions). For regular sessions and open special sessions, please select a primary and a secondary topics from the session list most relevant to your abstract. The registered author can submit as presenter up to two abstracts. Your abstract is accepted unless you have received the notice of rejection.
Deadline for the abstract submission is Friday, April 26, 2019. Abstracts will be reviewed, and evaluated by the chairs. Please note, the chairs maintain the flexibility to assign your presentation to another session, if it is determined to be better suited to another theme or session topic category or due to over / under subscription of different sessions.
There will be no fee for students (active presenters) participating in the Pre-Dioxin 2019 Symposium Students Session that will be held on Saturday, 24 August 2019. The Students Session will be held in Kyoto University. This is a session for students by students and only student presentations are accepted. Depending on the number of participants, one submission per registered student is permitted at this time.
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Otto Hutzinger Award
The Otto Hutzinger Student Awards are presented for outstanding student presentations at the annual Dioxin Symposium to acknowledge their scientific contribution to the field of halogenated persistent organic pollutants. This award honours Professor Otto Hutzinger as the founder of the Dioxin Symposia and his continuing interest as a teacher and researcher committed to moving science forward and to stimulating young students and the next generation of researchers. Six awards will be granted to two students in each of the following three categories:
A. Sources and analysis of legacy and emerging POPs
B. Environmental occurrence of halogenated persistent organic pollutants
C. Human exposure, toxicology and risk assessment of POPs
To be eligible for an Otto Hutzinger Student Award, a student must meet all of the listed criteria
1. The applicant must be a student (undergraduate or graduate) at the time of the submission/deadline for submission. Documentation of student status must be provided.
2. The student must submit a full 4-page paper using the guidelines established by the meeting organizers and described on the meeting website. The short paper must include the following sections: Title, Authors and Affiliations, Introduction, Methods and Materials, Results and Discussion (or a combined Results and Discussion Section), References, Figures and/or Tables. Students whose paper or abstract do not meet these guidelines will not be considered.
3. The student applicant must be the first author (identified by an asterisk or underlined) of the submitted research paper and must be the one who presents the work as an oral or poster presentation at the Symposium. Since this award is specifically directed toward assessment of the contributions and work of the student applicant, the paper cannot contain more than four additional co-authors.
All of the above must be provided when submitting the 4-page paper. Scanned copies of the documentation for student status should be uploaded to the abstract submission site.
Instructions for Presenters
Presenters will be allotted 20 minutes total presentation time (15 minutes for the lecture and 5 minutes for questions and discussion). In order to synchronize the parallel sessions, session chairs have been instructed to maintain strict control over the time schedule. This is to allow participants to move from one session to another without missing anything of each presentation.
The official format of an oral presentation is via projector using Microsoft PowerPoint (see template). Other formats will not be accepted. Due to time restrictions, presenters will not be allowed to connect their own computers to the data projectors at the session.
All presenters must load and test their presentations in the PC Preview Center in the venue on the day prior their session.
Monday speakers should test their presentations on Sunday (afternoon between 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. at the latest), while others a day before presentation. It is the responsibility of the individual presenters (not the organizers) to ensure their presentation is uploaded and checked. An audio-visual technician will be available to assist.