Abstract Submission Form

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General Information

  • Abstracts must be submitted via the ECOSS-36 abstract submission form.
  • Acknowledgement of submission receipt will be sent immediatly from e-mail: If you have not received it, please check your SPAM folder.
  • All information concerning the abstract will be sent to the presenting author, who is responsible for informing all the co-authors of the status of the abstract.
  • The presenting author will have access to the abstract after submission via link provided in Acknowledgement of submission receipt until the abstract is under revision.
  • Notification of acceptance will be sent to the presenting author e-mail address on June 16, 2023.
  • Two versions of the abstract are required: a text and a PDF abstract.
  • A text version should have maximum 2000 characters and will appear in the conference online programme.
  • The PDF abstract must be attached to the submission as a file and can contain figures, tables or equations if necessary. The PDF file will be used to produce the ECOSS-36 Programme booklet. Please, use the Microsoft Word template to create the PDF document.
  • The abstracts must be written in English.
  • It is the authors’ responsibility to submit a correct abstract; any errors will be reproduced as typed by the authors.
  • If you have any question regarding your abstract submission, please contact:
  • Accepted abstracts will be promoted in the final digital ECOSS-36 programme booklet, complete with reference number and available to all conference participants; provided that the presenting author is registered for the conference and the registration fee is paid.

Session selection

During the submission process, two options of preferred presentation type are available: oral and poster. However, you must be willing to present a poster if you opt for oral consideration.

Upon submission, indicate one of the following session topics to participate to:

Regular Session

  1. 2D Materials & Layered Materials
  2. Advances in Experimental Methods
  3. Advances in Theoretical Methods
  4. Catalysis
  5. Electrochemistry on Surfaces
  6. Energy Materials
  7. Functional Surface Nanostructures, Plasmonics, and Sensors
  8. Ion Surface Interactions
  9. Magnetism
  10. Organic Molecules & Molecular Architectures on Surfaces
  11. Optical Properties at the Nanoscale
  12. Oxide Surfaces
  13. Surfaces & their Applications
  14. Topological Insulators & Strong Correlations Systems
  15. Water & Environmental Surfaces


  1. Atomic Scale Mineral-Water Interfaces
  2. At the Junction between Surface Chemistry and Physic: the Complementary Application of Surface Zeta Potential and Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy
  3. Exploring Structure-Properties Correlation in Nanostructured Materials
  4. MXenes and Related Materials
  5. Nanostructured Materials for Enhancing Light-Matter Interactions
  6. Optical, Vibrational, and Magnetic Properties of van der Waals Materials
  7. Orbital Angular Momentum-Based Phenomena in Quantum Materials and Their Surfaces
  8. Photoemission Tomography as a Tool for Studying Molecular Interfaces, Applications and Future Perspectives
  9. Response of the Surface on the Ions` Bombardment: Experiments, Theoretical Models and Simulations
  10. Single-Molecule Devices: Beyond Electronic Transport
  11. State-of-the-Art ARPES Measurements at Synchrotron
  12. Surface Astrochemistry
  13. Surface Reactions on 2D Materials and Ultrathin Oxide Films
  14. Surfaces in Plasma Catalysis
  15. Xenes: Two-Dimensional Artificial Materials

(find more information at Mini-symposia website)

Criteria for abstract acceptance

The ECOSS Programme Committee together with Mini-Symposia Organisers will review abstracts. Abstracts must meet the following criteria:

  1. The results presented in each abstract should add something new to our base of knowledge. The novel aspect of your work is an important consideration during abstract review.
  2. The abstract should include sufficient results to properly represent the experiments that will be presented.
  3. There must be a fundamental difference between each of the abstracts submitted from a research group. The same results may not appear in multiple presentations.
  4. Each attendee can be the presenting author on only one abstract (although an individual may be listed as a co-author on multiple abstracts).