19th International Conference on
Nucleation and Atmospheric Aerosols

Abstract Submission
Deadline Has Passed

The link below will take you directly to the abstract submission form, where you will be asked to upload your extended abstract that will be published in the Conference Proceedings book:

Go to Abstract Submission Page

Important Notice Regarding Abstracts:

Presentation (oral or poster) at ICNAA requires submission of an extended abstract to be submitted with a hard deadline of February 1, 2013. These extended abstracts will be published by the American Institute of Physics (AIP), in the form of a hardcover conference proceedings.

For most attendees, the abstract will consist of up to 4 pages of text and figure content. For plenary speakers, up to 8 pages is allowed. Instructions for preparation of the abstracts may be found here. Our conference will use the 6x9 inch format. Templates are available in Microsoft Word and LaTex, and these formats must be followed explicitly. The final abstract must be uploaded in PDF format.

Also required is a Transfer of Copyright Agreement, available on the AIP author site, which must be signed and forwarded as a FAX or hardcopy to:
Dr. Paul J. DeMott
Colorado State University
Department of Atmospheric Science
1371 Campus Delivery
Fort Collins, CO 80526
email: pdemott (at) lamar.colostate.edu
Tel: 1-970-491-8257 FAX: 1-970-491-8483

If permissions to reprint published material are needed for figures reproduced in the conference abstract, these must be sent directly to AIP using the form available on the AIP author website.

Please note that since copyright will be transferred to AIP, permission from AIP will be required to use any text or figures in separate publications. Please consult with AIP if you have questions regarding their use policies.

For questions related to abstract preparation and submission, please contact Dr. DeMott directly.