Instructions for Authors

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Instructions for Posters

Abstract submission

Abstract Submission will start on April 1, 2021.
Deadline for oral and early poster abstract submission: June 23, 2021
Deadline for late poster abstract submission: September 5, 2021

For submission of your abstract follow the link:

Call for Papers

Abstracts are invited on any topic consistent with the overall scientific scope of the conference. Abstracts can be entered after registration to the abstract submission platform into the online form as plain text without figures (max. 250 words). Submitted abstracts will be reviewed by members of the Scientific Committee and acceptance for oral and poster presentation will be based on their recommendations. Decisions on acceptance for oral presentation will be made by 15.07.2021.

Travel Grant for Students and Poster Prizes

Students submitting an abstract for a talk can apply for a travel grant. Depending on the distance of the travel and available budget one to two travel grants can be sponsored. The scientific committee will choose the successful student(s) among those, whose abstract has been selected for oral presentation. The application for the travel grant is included in the contact information of the abstract registration procedure. The deadline for travel grant application is June 23, 2021.

Poster prizes will be given to the best posters chosen by the scientific committee. The poster prizes will be awarded to the successful candidates during the closing ceremony.

Topics of ISPPP 2021 are:

  • Biomarkers;
  • Biopharmaceuticals (e.g. recombinant proteins, MAb, DNA, RNA);
  • New products (e.g. viruses, VLPs, ADC, (non)-antibody like molecules).
  • Mass spectrometry;
  • Omics tools;
  • Sensors (e.g. particles, UV, pressure);
  • Light scattering tools;
  • Process Analytical Tools (at-line, on-line, in-line).
  • Chromatographic separations;
  • ATPS;
  • Alternatives (e.g. Monoliths, 3D-printing, magnetic particles, nanoparticles, potential- controlled techniques);
  • Scale-up/Scale-down.
  • Molecular and thermodynamics aspects;
  • Modelling and Simulations;
  • Automation
  • Industry 4.0/Artificial intelligence