Registration to the 1st ISS-TXRF is free of charge thanks to financial contribution of University of Bari, ADISU Puglia, ENFORCE TXRF COST Action (CA18130), the European X-ray Spectroscopy Association (EXSA), Bruker Nano GmbH and Levanchimica s.r.l.
The School is open to PhD students, researchers and technicians from both academy and private companies who are working or interested in working with TXRF. Participants can submit an abstract which could be presented in the form of a poster, sa hort video or an oral presentation. Abstract submission is not mandatory.
The deadline for the registration is the 27th of June 2021.
To participate to the 1st ISS-TXRF, write an email to email@example.com with the object Name.Surname Application ISS-TXRF (e.g. Ignazio.Allegretta Application ISS-TXRF). The email must contain:
The application form should be sent as pdf file while the abstract must be sent as word file. Both documents must be sent in the same email; do not split the documents into two separate emails. All the files must be named with NameSurname (e.g. IgnazioAllegrettaApplication, IgnazioAllegrettaAbstract).
Oral presentations: each oral presentation should last 10 minutes + 5 minutes of discussion. A maximum of 12 oral presentations will be selected by the Scientific Committee. In the case your abstract is not selected for the oral presentation, you could decide to change it into a poster or a short video. Videos must be sent before the 5th of September in order to allow their uploading on the website.
Short video: you can choose to present your work as a video (max 2 minutes) which will be uploaded on the ISS-TXRF website. Your colleagues will have the opportunity to have a look at your video during the “virtual coffee breaks” or “poster session” and also after the lessons.
Poster: poster must be submitted as pdf files and sent to the organizing committee by the 12th of September in order to allow their uploading on the website. You can choose the dimensions of your poster and also the orientation (vertical, horizontal). We suggest you to prepare a poster which could be readable on a normal computer screen of 15”-17” in order to give the opportunity to read it easily. However, if you prefer to prepare larger ones, it is not a problem.
At the end of the Summer School, the Scientific Committee will award the best presentation in each category (poster, video and oral presentation). GOOD LUCK!!!