All abstract should be prepared as shown in the template and comply with the following guidelines:

New Times Roman, bold, 10pt

First name, last name
The presenting authors name should be underlined and in bold
Affiliation of authors should be presented by lower-case letter
The E-Mail address of the presenting author should be provided
Times New Roman, Italic, 9pt
Maximum of 250 words (not exceeding one page)
Times New Roman, 9pt
One inch margins on all sides
1.5 line spacing



Abstract Topics

During the abstract submission process, you will be asked to select the appropriate topic category for your abstract, which should be one of the following six topics:


Topic No.

Topic Title


Industrial and Applied Chemistry


Green and Environmental Chemistry


Biochemistry and Medicinal Chemistry


Renewable Energy and Fuels


Nanotechnology and Materials Science


Catalysis and Polymer Science


Abstract Submission Guidelines


Authors wishing to contribute to the 6th ICC must submit an abstract via the submission link below.

Accepted abstracts must fit with the Abstract Editing Instructions.

The deadline to submit an abstract is 20 April, 2016.

The only accepted  file format for abstract is Microsoft Office Word format  (either "doc"? or "docx")

Please name your abstract file according to the following sequence: Topic Number_Presentation Type_Conferee First Name_Conferee Family Name (use the letter O for oral or the letter P for poster presentation).

To submit an abstract, you have to register at the conference website via the Online Registration. Click on Submit Your Abstract. Select the appropriate topic categories and abstract type (Oral or Poster).

Presentation Instructions

Instructions for Poster Presentation

 Participants with poster presentations are kindly requested to print out their posters with dimension of 70 cm (width) 110 cm (height).

Fixing materials will be available on-site. 


Instructions for Oral Presentation

 Participants with oral presentations are kindly requested to send their presentations from this link  (in Microsoft Office PowerPoint format).

 15 min will be given for presentation and 5 min for discussion.