Abstract

Abstract acceptance is OPEN from April 10th until August 31st, 2024. Late submissions will not be accepted. 

In order to submit an Abstract on IberoMS2024 platform, you need to set up an account first. Create it by entering your email address and following the steps at www.iberoms2024.com/registration

Instructions for abstract submission:

1. Select a Scientific Session, according to your research topic.

2. In order to register co-authors, you must provide their full names, email addresses and affiliations, as well as yours.

3. Fill out the abstract form in English on the website after registering for the event. The form requires:

     a. Title – max. 150 characters

     b. Authors – max. 15 authors

     c. Affiliations for all authors

     d. Abstract body

             i. Introduction  – max. 800 characters
             ii. Methods – max. 900 characters
             iii. Results / Preliminary data – max. 900 characters
             iv. Conclusion / Novelty – max. 500 characters

     e. Keywords – max. 5 words

     f. Acknowledgment – max. 150 characters

     g. References – max. 2

4. Review the content before proceeding. Abstracts with incorrect filling will be notified for corrections.

Posters Sessions

  • Ambient Ionization MS
  • Bioinformatic, Chemometrics Tools and Data Analysis 
  • Cancer Research
  • Chemical Ecology, Environment, and Agriculture 
  • Clinical Research
  • Elemental Analysis and ICP-MS
  • Food Research and Nutrition
  • Forensic Analysis, Doping & Toxicology 
  • Petroleomics and other Fuels
  • Gas Phase Ion Chemistry, Thermodynamics, and Reaction Mechanism
  • Imaging MS
  • Industrial applications
  • Instrumentation, Fundamentals, and Workflows
  • Metabolomics/Lipidomics/Glycomics/Phenomics
  • Microbiology
  • Multiomics and Systems Biology
  • Natural Products
  • Sample preparation and separation techniques
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Proteomics and Peptidomics 
  • Sportomics
  • Miscellaneous (if your topic truly does not fit in any other topic session)

Evaluation Criteria

●     While each participant can only present one abstract, they can be named as a co-author on others.

●     Each abstract should contribute novel insights to the field of mass spectrometry.

●     Every abstract from a single research group must have a distinct difference. Repetition of the same results in multiple presentations is not allowed.

●     The uniqueness of your research is a key factor in the abstract reviewing process.

●     Your abstract should contain enough results to accurately depict the experiments that will be showcased.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Printed Poster Instructions

A research poster should summarize the research information concisely and attractively. Each poster should be 90 cm width by 120 cm height (portrait view). Important information should be readable from 2 meters away. Larger posters will not be exposed.

Your poster must have the following: Title, Authors, Affiliations, Keywords, Introduction, Methodology, Results / Preliminary data, Conclusion / Novelty, Acknowledgments & Funding, and References.

For poster fixation:

- Small hooks will be made available for poster attachment at the exposition area. We strongly recommend the choice of a poster with fixation cords included. Fixation tapes could also be used.

- The board to affix the poster will have an identification code that will be supplied to each accepted abstract. Authors must obey the correct board/code to hang the poster.

- Posters must be removed by the author, according to the schedule program. The organizing committee will not be responsible for posters not removed on time.

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