General Information about Abstract submission

The 10th conference on Atomically Controlled Surfaces, Interfaces and Nanostructures (ACSIN-10) will take place in Granada (Spain), from Monday 21 to Friday 25 September, 2009.
  • All the abstracts have to be submitted via the webpage submission form.
  • Deadline for Receipt of Abstracts is April 24th, 2009.
  • Authors are requested to follow the abstract submission guidelines.
  • For questions or problems concerning submission, please e-mail 
                                                                     Go to abstract submission form
Guidelines to the Abstract Submission

Important Deadlines

Deadline for Receipt of Abstracts:  April 24th, 2009

Authors Notified of Acceptance:    May 25th, 2009
Author Registration:                     Early registration

Before uploading your abstract, please carefully read the instructions.

Preparing the abstract
·         Abstracts of oral presentation and of posters must be written in English.
·         Only one abstract per presenting author.
·         The body of the abstract may not exceed 2000 characters (including spaces and references). They can not include images.
·         The title of the abstract must be printed in lower case letters.
·         The presenting author is required to ensure that all co-authors are aware of the contents of the abstract before submission
·         The text and the title must be free from abbreviations, except those commonly used.
·         Abstracts will be published as submitted. Please, check carefully for accuracy and misspelling prior to submission.
Instructions for Abstract Submission
  1. Prepare your abstract.
  2. Click in "Submit new abstract" if it is the first time you enter in the system and you do not have an account yet. After filling the "Author form" you will receive your "User" and "Password" by email.
  3. If you already have a "User" and "Password", then press "Validate user and password" button after filling the “User” and “Password” fields.
  4. Choose the session from pull-down Session menu.
  5. Choose your preference (Oral-Poster-None) from pull-down Preference menu.
  6. Enter the abstract title. It should be as short and descriptive as possible (maximum 120 characters). If you need to, you can use the buttons above. They can be used to paste text from other editors, to super-sub script or to insert special characters.
  7. Enter the authors’ data. One of the co-authors should be marked as presenting author.
  8. Enter the abstract body. It should consist in 2000 characters maximum. If you need to, you can use the buttons above. They can be used to super-sub script or to insert special characters. You can also paste text from Word or from other editors.
  9. Press Submit new abstract.
  10. At the beginning of the Abstract Submission Form you find listed the abstracts that are already introduced in the system. The abstracts can be modified by the author until the abstract submission deadline.
  11. An acknowledgement of the receipt of abstract(s) will be automatically sent to the submitting author by e-mail upon online submission or modification.
  12. Repeat the above steps for each abstract you want to send.
Abstract Submission Confirmation
An acknowledgement of the receipt of abstract(s) will be automatically sent to the submitting author by e-mail upon online submission. The session organizer will also be notified of every abstract submitted.
Acceptance Notice
Abstracts submitted will be first reviewed by the session organiser and then by a member of the International Committee. A notification of acceptance will be sent to the authors by 25th May, 2009. No review activity will be taken up until the abstract submission deadline.
Problems and Inquiries
In case of any problems occurring during the online abstract submission procedure described above please contact ACSIN-10 Organizing Committee at
ACSIN-10 is organized in the following Scientific and Technical Sessions. Please choose one upon submission. The session organizer may allocate the Abstract in other session if this is found more adequate:
  • Aromatic and biomimetic organic arrays
  • Atomic and Molecular Manipulation
  • Characterization and Instrumentation
  • Electronic Transport
  • Graphene
  • Mechanics, Fracture and Nanostructures
  • Nano-Biotechnology
  • Nano-Electronics and Molecular-Based Devices
  • Nano-Magnetism
  • Nano-Photonics
  • Nanoparticles and clusters
  • Nanotubes and fullerenes
  • Organic Thin Film Devices
  • Oxides
  • Reaction and Dynamics
  • Scanning Probe Microscopy
  • Self-assembly of functional molecules
  • Surface/Interface Electronic Properties
  • Surface/Interface Structural Properties
  • Surface Microscopy
  • Thin Film Growth and Application