Albany 2015: Conversation 19

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Conversation 19
June 9-13 2015
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Abstracts: Requirements & Deadlines

Poster abstracts and abstracts of invited lectures are due on or before March 1, 2018. If you are requesting time to provide a lecture based on the poster in the Young Scientist Speaker Program, the abstracts must be received by February 1, 2018.

Young Scientists Speaker Program

Depending on from which country you are coming from, there could be considerable delay in obtaining a US VIsa. For example students and scientists from India, Russia and FSU countries report delays of a few months. In the past, there were several instances in which the VISAs were granted after the Conversation. So we suggest that people who may fall potentially in this category submit their abstracts as immediately as possible so that they can receive their formal invitations from us, and start processing their Visa applications as early as possible.

The abstracts of Albany 2018: The 20th Conversation will be published as a supplement to Journal of Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics by Taylor and Francis. They will also appear at the Book of Abstracts section of the 20th Conversation web. The published book of abstarcts from the 19th Conversation can be downloaded from: Download book-of-abstracts-18th.pdf. The abstract must not exceed one page, typed single space (8.5"x11"), including essential references, and must contain phone, and email numbers, in addition to complete postal address. Here is an example of a properly prepared abstract with a color diagram and references:


Prepare your abstract like the sample above in msword.doc file and email to Prof. sarma (rhs07@albany.edu). If your abstract contains diagrams (color or black & white), please include them within the MS word document, i.e., send a single MS word file with diagrams. If your abstract has a list of references, please follow the format shown in the examples; do not hyperlink the references to the URL of the reference.

We are unable to process abstracts received on paper, either typed or faxed.

The Book of Abstarcts from Albany Conversation is covered by data systems such as Thomson Reuter's Web of Science and NCBI's PubMed.

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    Department of Chemistry
    Department of Biology
    Office of the Dean, Arts and Sciences
    Office of the Vice President for Research
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Adenine Press

Ramaswamy H. Sarma
Department of Chemistry
State University of New York
Albany NY 12222 USA
ph: 518-456-9362

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