Abstract Guidelines

Thank you for your interest in giving a presentation at The 12th International Workshop on Subsecond Thermophysics (IWSSTP2019). We are delighted that you have chosen to actively participate in this important meeting and we look forward to reading your abstract.
Two forms of presentation are possible: oral and poster presentation. During the submission process, you are kindly asked to indicate your preference. As time slots for oral presentations are limited, the international organization committee reserves the right change presentations originally intended as oral presentations into poster presentations.


DEADLINES

• Abstract submission: Jan 20, 2019 (people from NIST, see below)     
• Notification of acceptance: Feb 15, 2019
• Registration for all presenters closes: April 30, 2019

see also "Important dates"

Please note:

Abstracts must be submitted by email (see below).

All submitted abstracts will be reviewed. Final decision on oral or poster presentation is made by the Committee. You are asked to submit only one version of your abstract. Your abstract should fit on one DIN A4 size page and should be formatted as described in the following templates (Word-Document). All abstracts must be submitted in English. For your convenience and in order to avoid confusion, it is recommended to use different templates for oral and poster presentation (in fact they are both the same, except that it says once “Poster” and once “Oral” in a certain field):

Oral presentation - Download Template here
Poster presentation - Download Template here
 

We recommend that you carefully read the instructions given in the documents and view the abstract template before you prepare and submit your abstract.
Authors will be informed if the abstract has been accepted for oral or poster presentation by Feb 15, 2019 by the International Organization Committee. Following the submission of your abstract, you will receive a confirmation by e-mail.

The submission deadline is actually expired. However, as long as the program is not yet finalized, it should still be possible to accommodate an abstract (or a few more). This is espeically important for people from NIST and other US-facilities who are currently affected by the Shutdown. So, should you still wish to submit a contribution, please don't hesitate, prepare an abstract a.s.a.p. and contact Juergen.Brillo@dlr.de by email in order to ask, whether submission is still possible.


In case of any confusion, please don't hesitate to contact us via Juergen.Brillo@dlr.de