Abstract submission

All participants are invited to submit abstracts of scientific communications (either for oral talks or posters) that will be reviewed for their acceptance. The abstracts of the accepted communications will appear in the “Book of Abstracts” distributed to all Workshop attendants.

Normally only one oral presentation per participant will be allowed. However participants are encouraged to submit as many poster presentations as they wish.

Important! In order to make the abstract as informative as possible, please include a brief statement of the purpose of the study, the method used, the result observed, and the conclusions based upon the results. Abstracts making statements such as "The results will be discussed" or "The data will be presented" will not be accepted. Please keep the deadline for the abstract submission.

Submission Guidelines

Formatting guidelines for the abstract submission are included in the abstract submission template (52.5 KB) .

Filled template must be sent via e-mail to QSAR2012.registration [at] ut.ee. indicating preference for oral or poster presentation.

Important! It is the author's responsibility to submit a correct abstract. Any errors in spelling, grammar or scientific facts will be reproduced as typed by the author.

It is acceptable to make corrections before the submission deadlines by sending the corrected abstract to above mentioned e-mail address. However organizers encourage submission of abstracts as early as possible. That is your first step in contributing to the successful organization of the workshop.

Important copyright notice! In the light of new copyright laws, organizers want to emphasize that for all abstracts (including figures) included in the book of abstract organizers will not keep copyright on this material. Still it is advisable to use in the book of abstract different figures than the ones used to submit full articles for the proceedings or for the submission into any other peer reviewed scientific journal.

Notification of Abstract Status

All abstracts will be peer-reviewed for their possible acceptance. Abstracts not within the remit of the meeting, or of suitable quality, will be rejected. A limited number of abstracts will be invited to be presented as talks during sessions. The preference of oral and poster presentation should be indicated by applicants while sending abstract. The final decision on the format of presentation, however, will be made by the Organizing Committee, in collaboration with the International Steering Committee and/or with the Session Chairs.

Notification on acceptance of the abstract, form of their presentation and the day of presentation will be emailed to corresponding author e-mail within one month after the final submission deadline, with relevant instructions.

The presenting author of a selected abstract commits to attend the meeting and present the abstract in the session at the time decided upon by the Organizers.

Important! An abstract will not be included in the Scientific Programme and printed in the “Book of Abstracts” unless registration fee of the presenting author is received, by early registration deadline, or before printing of the “Book of Abstracts”. Should you, for any reason, not be able to register in time, please contact the Workshop organizers via e-mail QSAR2012.registration [at] ut.ee.