Abstracts must report an original and substantial advance in magnetism and magnetic materials according to the templates .docx (click to download) and should be written in clear English.
FINAL abstract submission deadline is 11th of August 2023 23:59 UTC.
Expected abstract notification is in the week of August 18 - 25, 2023.
Oral talks will be assigned 12 minutes plus 3 minutes for questions and will be delivered live via the video conferencing platform Zoom.
By submitting your abstract you agree that your oral talk, if selected, will be recorded and streamed via an online platform. These records could be used to promote the conference and activities of the IEEE and IEEE Magnetics Society.
Please read below the instructions on preparing your poster, and some guidelines on the poster session.
The poster upload deadline is on the 21st of September 23.59 UTC.
Poster and graphical abstract formats
Presenters are required to upload and submit a two files: the poster(1) and the graphical abstract (2), both as either .JPG or .PNG here before 21st September 23.59 UTC.
A poster/slide (.jpg or .png, maximum size 1920px (width) by 1080px (height), max 3MB file size). If you are doing your poster in PowerPoint, consider the default quality is set at 1280px by 720px. Check here how to change this to the preferred quality.
A graphical abstract (.jpg or .png, maximum size 400px (width), 100px (height), max 3MB file size, 4:1 landscape format recommended).
Please note that we do not accept PDF or any other format besides jpg and/or png.
The graphical abstract should visually summarize the content of your poster and is supposed to advertise your poster during the session. It will be visible to people as they walk by the poster booths before they zoom in to read the whole poster.
Optionally, a link to a short supplementary video about your poster (has to be uploaded by the presenter to YouTube or Vimeo, no longer than 3-5 minutes).
Poster sessions will be held interactively in gather.town. Presenters must be available for questions at gather.town during the poster session. The link for the conference will be provided by email to all registered attendees.
In the poster session room at gather.town, every presenter will have their own poster booth. This booth includes your pinned poster and a whiteboard, which allows writing and schemas during your discussions. Additionally, screen sharing is available at all times.
Take a look at the poster session platform:
During interactive poster sessions, we will have plenty of cross-regional and multi-disciplined networking opportunities as well as a chance to have a virtual beer with your favorite invited speakers!