Abstract submission

Contributions for oral and/or poster presentations are invited. Abstracts of a maximum of 250 words with up to 1 figure should be submitted online by the extended deadline of 18 February 2014.

To submit an abstract, please click

Information for submitting your abstract

  • If you have previously submitted an abstract or registered to attend an IOP Conference, please log in. For new users you will need to create an account. If you have forgotten your password, you can request details from the login page. Please note your submission will not be completed until you reach the "submission confirmation" page.
  • Enter the title of your abstract
  • Indicate whether the work is predominantly student work and whether your preference is for an oral or poster presentation
  • Enter the corresponding author (all authors should be listed in the file with the presenting author underlined)
  • Co-author(s) should be listed within your abstract document
  • Upload your files in the correct format (.pdf and .doc)
  • Review your submission and select submit.
  • The corresponding author will receive an email confirming the submission. If you do not receive an email, your abstract may not have been received and you are advised to contact the conferences team by email to conferences@iop.org or by telephone to +44 (0)20 7470 4800.


Abstract amendments

Authors can amend their submission online up until the abstract submission deadline.To log in, you will need your submission password.

If you are unable to submit your abstract online, please email the conferences team by email to conferences@iop.org or telephone to +44 (0)20 7470 4800. Please ensure that you quote the name of the event when contacting us.

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline: EXTENDED
    18 February 2014 
  • Early registration deadline:
    28 March 2014
  • Registration deadline:
    3 April 2014

Conference documents

Conference handbook (2,361KB PDF)

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