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CALL FOR POSTER PAPERS

This meeting is an opportunity for you to contribute to research knowledge, to meet with like-minded researchers and to network at a high level.

The speaker programme will be by invitation however we are keen to involve early career scientists who are researching novel and exciting new techniques or unique applications.

Contributory papers for poster presentation are welcomed on the wider field of ‘photonics’ when related to aspects of biophotonics and will be accepted on the basis of their technical content.

Posters will be located alongside the Photonex exhibition area for maximum exposure, impact and will provide an invaluable networking opportunity.

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Poster competition

Join in and present your work at the ‘Advances in Biophotonics’ conference poster session.

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Poster Submission

The abstract should fit on one single page (maximum) and may be shorter. Suggested length is 200-300 words and should not contain more than one figure. The book of abstracts will be printed black/white so please make sure that any color graphs are compatible with that.

Posters should be prepared in PORTRAIT format. Poster boards can hold posters up to DIN A1 which corresponds approximately to 59 cm in width and 84 cm in height.

Deadline for submission is 29th March 2018.
Authors will receive acceptance notification on the 6th April.

Authors should complete a MSWord template downloadable from the website and email to info@enlightenmeetings.co.uk and quote "Poster submissions/Advances in Biophotonics" in the subject line.

>>Template for poster submission<<


 
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PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

Dr Christopher Dunsby, Photonics, Department of Physics and the Division of Experimental Medicine in the Department of Medicine. Imperial College London.

Dr Ilias Tachtsidis, Biomedical Optics Research Laboratory, University College London.

Dr Pete Tomlins,
Centre for Diagnostic and Oral Sciences. Queen Mary, University of London.


 
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