Call for Abstracts

Flow Chemistry Europe

May 25-26, 2023

Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre, Hinxton, Cambridgeshire, UK

In addition to the invited lectures of the conference, poster presentations are also welcome to encourage the participation of young scientists and researchers from both academic and industrial background.

Participants interested in presenting a poster are kindly requested to submit their one-page abstract online via the Conference website latest by 31 March 2023.

As a result of a notable surge in interest, the deadline for abstract submissions has been extended to 15 April 2023

Authors will receive notification on acceptance latest by 20 April 2023.

Main topics:

  • Automation / Machine Learning
  • High Throughput Experimentation
  • Photo and electrochemistry
  • Novel synthetic methods enabled by flow chemistry
  • Continuous manufacturing in the industry
  • Chemical Engineering Principles related to flow Chemistry

The Poster Committee of FCE-23 offer awards to the best two poster authors. You can find more information at: ./awards/

Abstracts should be prepared and submitted according to the instructions below:

  •     Language of the submitted abstract: English
  •     The maximum length of the summary is one A/4 page
  •     Text files should not contain headers or footers

For more detailed information such as the font type, font size, margin, and so forth, please download and refer to the ‘Abstract Template’ below.

Download template in .DOC document

It is the author’s responsibility to submit a correct abstract. Any errors in spelling, grammar or scientific fact in the abstract text will be reproduced as received from the author.

Online abstract submission

Abstract submission is no longer available.

Poster presentations

The useful area of the poster board is 90 cm at width and 125 cm at height. The recommended size for your poster is about the standing A0 standard (cca. 84 x 119 cm). Pins and adhesive tapes will be provided to fix the posters. Posters will be identified by posters numbers, which are printed in the final program.