REGISTRATION

In summary:

  • Each attendee can be the presenting author on two standard abstracts maximum.

  • The abstract (including any figures/photos/tables) may not exceed two pages of the abstract template. Abstracts that do run over length may be rejected or truncated for publication.

  • The abstract deadline is May 31st.

  • Abstracts may only should be submitted exclusively online (not emailed or posted)

  • Abstracts should be submitted in WORD format

  • The abstracts will be published on the ALAGO archive website.

  • Authors can edit the files until the deadline for “Abstract Submission”.

Procedure and Schedule

Once the ALAGO2020 Scientific Committee has reviewed all abstracts, authors of the accepted ones will be notified.

Submission of an abstract means that all authors have approved the submission, and that the presenting author is committed to attending the meeting and presenting the work.

Authors will be asked to check their abstracts at the submission process and confirm the approval of what is being submitted for online publication (after acceptance).

Important Dates

01 September 2019 Registration Opening
03 February 2020 Abstract Submission Opening
31 May 2020 Abstract Submission Deadline
15 September 2020 Notifications for Abstract Acceptance
08 November 2020 Event Opening

Preparing Your Abstract(s)

Authors must use a Microsoft Word file template (download it by clicking here), identified as ALAGO2020 template.doc. Only the styles listed below should be used, as shown in the example abstract, which you may also download: ALAGO2020example.pdf.

Equations and tables may be included in abstracts, as well as photos and figures.

  • Enter the title by clicking on the text and replacing it with your title. The title should be in title case, and does not need punctuation at the end. If a colon is used to indicate a sub-title, please use an upper case letter following it.

  • Enter the authors' names in the click-box. If there is more than one address for the authors, the names should be followed by a superscripted number to indicate the appropriate address.

  • Corresponding authors should be indicated with an asterisk (not superscript) and their email address presented in the address box as follows: *correspondence: email@email.com

  • Enter the addresses and email addresses in the click-boxes. Email addresses should be typed in brackets. Insert or delete further address lines as required.

  • For section, headers should be written in SECTION HEADING style (ARIAL 11 bold)

  • For text, use the style BODY TEXT (ARIAL 10 plain). Citations should be indicated by a number in square brackets (e.g. [1]).

  • Graphics: all figures must be in either PNG, GIF, TIFF, or JPEG format. Please supply figures with a 300 dpi resolution at least. Very high-resolution figures may impair quality of publication. Please ensure that the image files do not include details which will not be clear at resolutions below 150dpi and printed at the actual size (100%).

  • For references use the style REFERENCES (ARIAL 10 plain) and should be applied, and they should be written in following the format: [1] ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY STYLE Azevedo, D. A.; Tamanqueira, J. B.; Dias, J. C. M.; Carmo, A. P. B.; Landau, L.; Gonçalves, F. T. T., 2008. Multivariate.

Click here to download the Abstract Template

Submitting Your Abstract

Please submit your abstract online using the Abstract Submission Form. This form must be completed once for each submission. Authors should identify the most appropriate thematic session to their abstract, and their preferred presentation style (oral, poster, no preference).

To upload the abstract, select it by clicking on the “Choose file” button. Once the authors have ensured that the abstract is properly reviewed, they should click on the “Submit Abstract” option.

After submitting the abstract(s), an e-mail will be sent with a reference number for the submission. This number should be saved for future contact with the Organizing and Scientific Committee.

Editing Your Abstract

The author who sent the file may edit some previously submitted details of their abstract(s). In this case, the author must make sure to be logged in to the website.

Editing is only available until the abstract submission deadline.

You can find your abstracts here.

Submission Permission

By submitting an abstract, all the listed authors agree with this submission. We do not encourage abstracts with coauthors that are not aware of coauthorship or do not agree with the content of the abstract or with the submission process itself.

Copyright and Data Protection

The submission of the abstract(s) implies that the authors grant non-exclusive copyright for the abstract(s) to ALAGO2020 in all media used, and the shared information can be recorded in the conference database.