Call for Abstracts
Please, make sure you have paid the registration fee before you submit your Abstract!
Submit your abstract for the International Conference "Photosynthesis Research for Sustainability - 2016" in honor of Nathan Nelson and T. Nejat Veziroglu.
It is required to be a registered participant to submit an abstract (one abstract per participant). Abstracts will be accepted only when the full registration fee has been paid. Please, send you abstracts by e-mail to Suleyman Allakhverdiev by May 20, 2016.
Instructions for abstract preparation
a. Abstracts must be in English.
b. Each abstract is limited to one page A4 size. Leaving 3 cm for each of the left, right, and upper margins and 7 cm for the bottom margin.
c. Use the font Times New Roman of 12 pt in single spacing or equivalent.
d. Use superscripts and subscripts for chemical formulas and Greek symbols from “Insert symbol …(normal text).
e. Please do not include figures or tables in the abstract.
2. Session number
a. Each abstract must be identified with a Session number in the left hand top corner. e.g. S 1
b. Select from the Scientific Program (Topics) the session that represent your work best. Only one Session can be selected per abstract.
c. Please see below the list of Sections.
3. Very Important
Please Note: Powerful and good up-to-date papers, based upon this meeting presentations, will be selected, peer-reviewed and published in special issue
a. The title should be in full upper case Times New Roman 14 pt bold font.
5. Author(s) and Institution(s)
a. Use the normal font Times New Roman of 12 pt in single spacing or equivalent.
b. If the abstract has more than one author, use numerical superscripts to indicate those from different institutions.c. Underline the name of the person presenting the lecture/poster (corresponding author). Include his/her full address, fax, and e-mail.
6. Abstract submission
1. Photosynthesis Research for Sustainability
1.1. Primary Processes of Photosynthesis
1.2. Structure, Function and Biogenesis of the Photosynthetic Apparatus
1.3. Photosystem II and Water Oxidation Mechanism
1.4. Energy Transfer and Trapping in Photosystems
1.5. Photosystem I and Bacterial Photosynthesis
1.6. Carbon Fixation (C3 and C4) and Photorespiration
1.7. Artificial and Applied aspects of Photosynthesis
1.8. Regulation of Photosynthesis and Environmental Stress
1.9. Systems Biology of Photosynthesis: Integration of Genomic, Proteomic, Metabolomic and Bioinformatic Studies
1.10. Photosynthesis Education
1.11. Emerging Techniques for Studying Photosynthesis including Neutron Scattering in Photosynthesis Research
Energy for Sustainability
2.1. Energy for the Future – Hydrogen economy
2.2. Elevating Climate Change
2.5. Proton Reduction Catalysts
2.7. Artificial Photosynthesis for Hydrogen energy
2.8. Hydrogen Energy Education
2.9. Emerging Techniques for Studying of Hydrogen Energy