Please, before completing the registration form below, read the guidelines


Abstract submission opens: January 21, 2019

Abstract submission deadline: June 14, 2019. DEADLINE EXTENDED TO SEPTEMBER 05, 2019.


  • Participants are welcomed to submit abstracts for oral presentation and/or poster presentation
  • Abstracts must be submitted online through the Nanotech website (go below for submission).
  • Abstracts must be submitted in English by the presenting author.
  • All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the scientific committee.
  • Authors will be notified as to whether their abstract has been accepted for a poster or oral presentation.
  • Keep in mind that the time for the oral presentation is 15 min plus 5 min for questions.


Abstract submission format


Author(s): Must be listed using uppercase and lowercase letters in following format: Initials and last name, the presenting author's name must be underlined.

Affiliations: Must be listed immediately below the Author(s), including the corresponding postal address.

Abstract: Must not exceed 300 words excluding title, authors, degrees and affiliations, etc. Please provide an accurate email address for the presenting author.

Keywords: Add up to 3 keywords related to the abstract.


Note: Please provide an accurate email address of the presenting author. Avoid using abbreviations for name and last name, provide your full name. This information is needed to generate official documents such as acceptance letters and/or "course, assistance, and poster certificates".


To download the template for abstract, click here



Poster contest


Entry Instructions

The poster contest has been conceived for both undergraduate and graduate students only. Accordingly, the categories are:



  • Undergraduate
  • Masters
  • Ph. D.


Poster size

The recommended poster size is A0 portrait whose dimensions are 1189 mm (46") X 841 mm (33"). Please ensure that your poster does not exceed these dimensions. It is recommended that you leave a margin of at least 7.5 cm (3"). When preparing your poster consider how much of your poster will be visible at eye level.


Poster Panel Allocation

A numbered panel will be allocated to fix posters for each participant (different from the abstract number you have been assigned) and staff will be at hand to assist you with the allocation.


Poster Fixing

Please ask the staff for assistance or bring your own tape or clips.


Evaluation criteria

Posters will be evaluated in several aspects as follows:

Poster Aesthetics: Proper distribution of poster components. Excellent tables, graphs, and illustrations. Suitable font size and contrasted colors. Poster elements are not blurred or fuzzy.

Grammatical issues: Reading is clear, no grammatical errors, excessive text? Proper writing of scientific units in text, tables and graphs. Proper writing of chemical equations and scientific conventions. Axes in graphs are properly labeled.

Poster contents: title, authors, affiliation and logos, abstract, introduction, experimental and/or theoretical methodology, results and discussion, conclusions, bibliography, acknowledgements. Sections are coherent and have enough information.

Poster Oral Presentation: It is recommended that you practice your poster presentation in english. You will be questioned by the referees.



A panel of 6 judges will evaluate the posters during the sessions. If you do not wish to participate in the contest, please let the judge know and select the right option below.


NOTE: For evaluation purposes referees will take a picture of contestants along with their poster.


IMPORTANT: You are requested to be present throughout the poster session otherwise your poster will be disqualified.



For each category a prize along with a certificate will be awarded.

The prize will be announced soon.

Winners will be announced the forth day of the event.