ISSTT 2022 Abstract Submission
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Name your abstract file in the following format: ISSTT22_LastName.pdf
(add _02, _03, etc. if you are submitting multiple abstracts)
Standard Abstract Submission
Late Submissions welcome ONLY for poster presentations
This is the standard abstract submission for the ISSTT 2022 conference for all delegates, including students who do not want to enter the student competition or do not meet the requirements to do so. Submission must be done in .pdf format using the template below (max. 1 page including figures and references).
Student Competition Abstract Submission
CLOSED (Deadline: May 22, 2022)
Final manuscript submissions and proceedings publication
Presenters will be asked to submit a 2-8 pages final manuscript for the proceedings of the ISSTT 2002 in October 2022. The proceedings of the ISSTT 2022 will be uploaded to the online library at the NRAO.
Alternatively, the authors can choose to submit a short manuscript (2 pages) for the ISSTT 2020 proceedings and a full paper, using the standard IEEE peer-review procedure and rules, for publication in a special issue of the the IEEE Transactions on Terahertz Science (TST) and Technology. Deadlines will be announced at a later day.
Information for Authors
- PLENARY TALKS: 60 min. (50 min. presentation + 10 min. discussion)
- INVITED TALKS: 30 min. (25 min. presentation + 5 min. discussion)
- STANDARD TALKS 18 min. (14 min. presentation + 3 min. discussion)
- STUDENT COMPETITION FINALIST TALKS: 8 min. (No Q&A, Q&A will take place during poster session). Please remember that the
student competition finalists also need to participate int he poster session.
The oral sessions will be held in the Ruinas de San Francisco Auditorium. Presenters are requested to bring the slides (.pptx or .pdf format only) on a USB device and to copy them before the session on the laptop available in the session room. Please note that oral speakers cannot use their computers.
Presentations must be in 16:9 format. The following template is recommended for oral presentations, but not mandatory:
POSTER FORMAT: 40"x 30" (Portrait) is preferred due to the width of the available poster panels, but A0 (portrait) can be also accommodated.
PLEASE DO NOT PRINT YOUR POSTER IN LANDSCAPE FORMAT.
The presenting authors are responsible of printing and bringing the poster to the conference. We can facilitate contact information for printing services if any author needs to print the poster directly in Baeza
Templates are provided below for both poster sizes. Templates are basically the same, but we want the posters to indicate if the presenter is a student, a postdoctoral researchers or a regular presenter. This is with the goal to encourage attendees to interact as much as possible with young professionals attending the conference.
POSTER TEMPLATE FOR STUDENT COMPETITION FINALISTS:
POSTER TEMPLATE FOR STUDENTS:
POSTER TEMPLATE FOR POSTDOCS:
POSTER TEMPLATE FOR REGULAR PRESENTERS:
INFORMATION FOR SESSION CHAIRS
Session chairs should arrive in their assigned rooms five to ten minutes before the start of their session and check the attendance of all speakers. If a speaker is missing, please communicate this to one of the members of the LOC in the room and coordinate with the rest of the presenters to move their time slots forward to fill the gap.
POLICY ON ORAL/POSTER PRESENTATIONS FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS
The policy of the ISSTT is that at least one of the authors of an accepted paper must be present at the conference to present the paper (orally or at a poster session). If the author is not present at the assigned session where the paper is being presented, the paper will be removed from the final digest of manuscripts that is archived on the ISSTT porceedings database and will not be able either to submit a extender paper to the special issues of the IEEE TST Journal. This policy will be strictly enforced.
PHOTOGRAPHY/VIDEO RECORDING POLICY
Please note that photographs and footage by a professional photographer will be taken throughout the ISSTT 2022. Attendees cannot record or photograph in-person presentations or posters out of respect to the presenter. Please ask the presenter to send a copy to you if interested. Please contact the event organizer if you have any concerns.