12th Annual Symposium
Physics of Cancer
Leipzig, Germany
Aug 30 - Sept 1, 2021


In addition to your participation registration, you are encouraged to apply for a short talk or poster contribution. All abstracts will be reviewed by the organizing committee because only a limited number of people with extraordinary abstracts can be selected for actually giving a talk. In case a talk abstract is not accepted for oral presentation, the author usually gets the opportunity to present a poster instead. Notification of acceptance of a talk or poster will be send via e-mail shortly after the submission deadline has passed.

To submit an abstract, we strongly encourage you to use our submission webform which makes the evaluation process much easier. However, if you face any problems, you may alternatively submit your abstract via e-mail to the conference secretariat (see requirements below).

+++++++++++++ Submission Deadline:  August 20, 2021  +++++++++++++

Abstract Requirements:
If you are unable to use our submission webform and wish to send your abstract via e-mail instead, make sure to meet the following requirements: An abstract should be a self-contained description of the contribution and why it would be of interest to conference attendees. Your abstract must include a descriptive title, list of authors, and affiliated institution(s). In case of multiple authors, please indicate the presenting author. Do NOT include any figures or illustrations, i.e. text only. The complete abstract should not exceed one DIN A4 or US Letter page (font Time New Roman, font size 11 pt). Please send your abstract as an editable Word file (*.docx) or OpenOffice file (*.odt).

⇒ Duration of talks

Contributed talks: 12 min plus 3 min discussion

Invited talks: 20 min plus 10 min discussion

Poster Session:
We plan to use the software "Big Blue Button" which is an open source solution, made for large auditories.

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