Abstracts

Notification of Acceptance

We are pleased that Astrobiology 2017 received 139 abstracts from 27 countries and international organizations. In the original schedule, the “Notification of Acceptance” would have been sent to the submitters by August 25th. Since the Scientific Organization Committee (SOC) extended the submission due date by a week, the SOC have found that they need more time than originally thought in selecting excellent oral contributions. The new date for announcing the “Notification of Acceptance” is set to September 1st.

We apologize for the delay.

Masatoshi Ohishi

SOC Chair

Key Dates

Oral Contribution Submission Deadline (Extended): August 4th, 2017

Poster Contribution Submission Deadline (Extended): October 20th, 2017

A link to the abstract submission form will be emailed to you once your registration is completed.

Scientific contributions

Our scientific program is being carefully crafted by the Scientific Organizing Committee.

Astrobiology 2017 welcomes the submission of abstracts for original contribution to the discipline in the following scientific categories and subcategories:

  1. Star and planet formation.
  2. Extrasolar planets / Habitable zones and habitable planets.
  3. Planets in the solar system / Comets and meteorites.
  4. Prebiotic molecules in the ISM and protoplanetary disks.
  5. Early Earth environments and the emergence of life.
  6. Life in extreme conditions.
  7. Search for life in the Universe.
  8. Societal and ethical issues linked to astrobiology.
  9. Education on astrobiology.

Abstract Submission Guidelines

  1. Registered participants will receive in their confirmation email access to the Abstract Submission Platform.
  2. Authors can submit abstracts for oral presentations and/or posters.
  3. Authors may submit up to 3 abstracts but no more than one oral contribution will be allowed.
  4. The final presentation type of the accepted abstract is under the discretion of Scientific Organizing Committee.
  5. English is the language of the conference. Abstracts, oral presentations and posters must be prepared accordingly.
  6. Abstract cannot be longer than 350 words.
  7. Abstract title must be less than 31 words.
  8. Name, last name, title, institution, city and contact details of authors shall be stated clearly.
  9. Presenting author must be registered in the conference.
  10. Abstract body shall not include any indication of the personal details of authors.
  11. Abstract body shall not include any reference to commercial products or techniques.
  12. Avoid reference to institution names, locations, or funding sources in the abstract.
  13. No tables, charts or graphics shall be included in the abstracts.
  14. There will be no refund of the registration fee if the contribution type is changed or the work is rejected by the SOC.
  15. Abstracts can only be submitted online via the registration form on our website; submissions by fax, post or email will not be considered.
  16. Poster locations will be sent to each author confirmed for presentations.
  17. Poster Format: Each poster will be attached to the board using sticking tapes provided by the organization. Posters with frames or scroll structures will not be displayed. Maximum size: Width 90 CM – Height 120 CM
  18. All enquiries regarding abstract submissions must be directed to the Abstract Management Team: [email protected]