Call for Abstracts - EXTENDED DEADLINE: Tuesday, February 5, 2019
2019 ASBC Meeting
In order to proceed with the abstract submission, your agreements with the following statements are required:
- All authors are aware that their names appear on this abstract.
- The research represented by this abstract has not been accepted for publication in a journal as of the date this abstract was submitted.
- If accepted, the presenting author agrees to present the abstract during the scheduled time/date.
- The presenting author will keep ASBC informed of any changes to the contact information provided.
Presentation Format Preference (select one)*
- Oral*— Oral presentations are allotted 25 minutes (20 minutes for presentation + 5 minutes for discussion). All slides must be in PowerPoint. There is no limit on the number of oral presentations that may be submitted.
- Poster*—Poster presenters are required to be present at their poster during specific time frames throughout the meeting (to be announced). There is no limit on the number of poster presentations that may be submitted.
- Research Grant Recipient—Recipients of the ASBC Research Grant may present their project with a ten minute talk plus a poster.
*Note: Specifying a preference does not guarantee format placement. The submission of an abstract indicates you agree to present in the format assigned.
Presentation is… (select one)
- An original work
- A review
- Please use a short and concise title that indicates the content of the abstract. The title is limited to 25 words.
- Capitalize the first letter of each word except prepositions, articles, and species names.
- Do not place a period at the end of your title.
- Do not place hard returns in your title.
- Italicize scientific names of organisms.
- No trade names or trademarks are permitted in abstract titles.
ASBC strives to promote awareness of its program internationally through its journals and other publications. ASBC strongly recommend that presenters consider publishing their presentations in the Journal of the American Society of Brewing Chemists.
- I will publish with ASBC.
- Please send information about publishing with ASBC.
- I will not publish with ASBC.
- First name, Middle Initial, Surname
- Telephone (include country code)
- E-mail address
- Affiliation (company/institution)
- State or province
- Indicate if the author is a student
- You may designate one presenter
- Correspondence will be sent to the designated Presenter
- Authors’ names will be displayed using first initial(s) and full last name. Presenting authors will be displayed in bold type (e.g., Thomas, W. A. Stevens, and J. R. Jones).
- The text is limited to 200 words.
Abstract – Original Work (up to 475 words)
- Do not include abstract title, authors, keywords, or references in abstract text.
- Your abstract MUST include:
- Establishment of context and significance of your research to the field of brewing science.
- Hypothesis or Objective
- Your abstract should mention quantitative data from representative experiments.
- Data must represent new findings.
*Please note: Abstracts dealing with commercial products/services must have a scientific emphasis and should not be submitted with promotional intent.
Abstract – Review (up to 475 words)
- Do not include abstract title, authors, keywords, or citations in abstract text.
- Justification of the timeliness of your review (i.e. why is this needed)
- Establishment of context and significance of your review to the field of brewing science.
For questions regarding these guidelines, contact Emma Nygren (email@example.com)