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Abstract Submission

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ABSTRACT SUBMISSION (oral):
deadline
March 31, extended to APRIL 7.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION (POSTERS ONLY): deadline APRIL 28
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Abstracts will be considered for refereeing only if registration and payment are fulfilled.

Before submitting an abstract, you must be registered.

Each registered participant can submit one abstract for a contributed talk or a poster. Selection of oral contributions and acceptance of posters will be completed by May 1 (tentatively).

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When you submit your abstract you can express a preference between oral contribution or poster. The number of oral contributions will be necessarely limited therefore your abstract may be shifted to poster if necessary. In this event you will be informed by the organizers.

You should choose a topic to which your abstract belongs; in case you can add a second priority topic.

Policy for Registration and Abstract Submission

Given the large reach of Statphys 23 into the scientific community, it is hard to estimate the number of participants a priori. In order to organize a successful meeting and to offer the participants optimal conditions, we have adopted the policy that the submission of an abstract should correspond to a committment to participate. Therefore only abstracts submitted by registered participants (with the fee paid) may be presented at the conference and will be sent to the referees.

Concerning the selection, the policy of Statphys will be to accept all abstracts which correspond to a professional contribuition in the broad field of Statistical Physics. The refereeing process will consists essentially in choosing between oral contribuition or poster.

In case you need the formal acceptance of your abstract for the payment of the fee for your administration (before March 31 extended April 7) please contact us (registration@statphys23.org) and we will send you quickly a generic statement of acceptance. The decision between oral or poster will follow later (around May 1).