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Abstracts

Abstract submission:

All abstracts should be submitted electronically via this ISCNN website. 

Abstracts should be informative, carefully prepared, with new insights stressed. 

To guarantee being considered by the program committee, all contributed abstracts must be submitted before the deadline (March 12th, 2018). Please note that any submitted abstract, even if accepted by the program committee, will not be included in the Conference program should you fail to register for the conference.

Submission of the electronic form signifies understanding of, and agreement with, all the conditions set out below.

Abstract submission open 31 October.



Guidelines for abstract preparation

  • Abstracts should be written in English.
  • The length of each abstract is strictly limited to one page, (pdf format). Titles should clearly identify the contents of abstract
  • Please note that errors in the text will not be corrected. The content and literary standard of submitted abstracts is under the author's responsibility
  • Please use the Abstract template template to submit your abstract. Download the template, save it to your PC and when your abstract is ready, convert it to pdf. Only pdf files are accepted.
  • Please indicate your topic preference when submitting (see Abstract topics list)
  • Indicate the preferred kind of presentation (oral/poster). On the Submission the presenting author must select the type or presentation required: Oral or Poster. However, the final status will be decided by the Scientific Committee
  • Please indicate the presenting author where required. If not specified, the submitter will automatically be classified as the presenting author
  • Author names and affiliations will be printed as entered in the abstract submission tool, so please make sure these are correct and consistent if you submit more than one abstract. It is also important that names are consistent for the author index.
Abstract Topics

  • Solid state quantum information processing, qubits in quantum dots, hybrid nanostructures
  • 2D systems, electronic, transport and topological properties
  • Nanoelectronics, quantum transport, quantum thermoelectricity
  • Spintronics
  • Quantum optics, nanophotonics, excitons and polaritons
  • Fabrication techniques
  • THz Physics
  • Biosystems, molecular systems and devices
  • Other problems in nanotechnologies