Annual Meeting Abstract Submissions and Guidelines
SHORT ABSTRACT GUIDELINES
To be considered, presentation proposals (abstracts) should contain timely, applicable and relevant information on research methodology with demonstrative importance to adhesion science and technology. Short abstracts must list all co-authors and affiliations, provide a brief synopsis of the research being presented, and must not exceed 300 words (not including title, authors and author affiliations).
Immediately following the deadline date of September 12, the Program Committee will review all abstract submissions and select those suitable for presentation at the 2017 Annual Meeting. You will be notified shortly thereafter of its decision and will be required to submit an extended abstract for submission into the Final Program.
EXTENDED ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS GUIDELINES
Short abstracts are currently being reviewed by the committee. If your abstract is suitable for presentation at the Annual Meeting, you will be required to submit an extended abstract for the Final Program. Click below for the extended abstract template. Deadline to submit an extended abstract is DECEMBER 1, 2016.
Click here to review the extended abstract template
PEEBLES AWARD SUBMISSIONS
When applying for the “Peebles Award”, please check the Peebles Award box on the form. You will need to submit an extended abstract as well. Your extended abstract is due on October 1, 2016.
POSTER SESSION GUIDELINES
Poster size: 42in x 48in
All posters must be mounted one hour before the scheduled session start. Poster numbers supplied by AS will be in the upper corner of each poster board, and this number corresponds with the number assigned to each poster in the technical program. Pushpins will be available at the poster session. Authors must remain with their posters for the duration of their scheduled session as indicated in the technical program. All posters must remain up until the session ends and then must be removed within one hour after conclusion of the session. The Adhesion Society cannot assume responsibility for materials beyond these time limits.