Nuclear Forensics covers a broad range of multidisciplinary subject matter areas, and provides opportunities for the application of research by geologists, planetary scientists, radiochemists, nuclear historians and advanced statisticians, among many others.
Contributions for 20-minute oral (15 + 5 mins for questions) are invited. Abstracts should be a maximum of 300 words and submitted online by 3 Seotember 2021. Presentations can be delivered in-person or virtually.
Information for submitting your abstract
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- Select your preferred topic
- Enter your abstract title in title case
- Include up to 3 keywords
- Indicate the presenting authors gender - this information is supplied for the purpose of monitoring only
- Indicate whether the work is student work
- Include all co-authors
- Select the corresponding and presenting author
- Paste your abstract text (max. 300 words including references)
- Include a maximum of 2 images/figures (to upload pictures, please use the 'insert image' in the toolbar)
- Review your submission and select submit.
The corresponding author will receive an email confirming the submission. If you do not receive an email, please contact the conferences team by email to email@example.com or telephone to +44 (0)20 7470 4800.
Authors can amend their submission online up until the abstract submission deadline.
If you are unable to submit your abstract online, please contact the conferences team by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone to +44 (0)20 7470 4800. Please ensure that you quote the name of the event when contacting us.