I am very disappointed to have to tell you that we must cancel ISMSC2020 as a result of the COVID-19 situation.
Cancelling the meeting after the hard work the organising committee has put in was a hard decision to make but the safety and wellbeing of our delegates has to be our paramount priority.
I am terribly sorry to have inconvienienced you but this is the safest action to take.
The next ISMSC meeting is scheduled to be held in Oregon, USA from August 1-6 2021.
If you have questions please free to contact us.
Important Announcement - Virtual Poster Competition
Since we can’t meet in person in Sydney this year, an @ISMSC2020 Twitter Poster competition will run instead.
Present your poster to a global supramolecular chemistry audience via Twitter (@ISMSC2020). The online poster session will start on Tuesday August 25 at 9:00 am (Sydney time) and run for 24 h. (Note: Sydney is well ahead of most other time zones this will mean a Monday start date for many places.) Prizes include an invitation to participate in ISMSC2021 in Oregon, USA (with free registration) and the chance to present at an online symposium run by CHEMPlusCHEM in late September/early October. To be eligible for prizes you will need to register for the competition.
- Register to submit a poster - https://www.trybooking.com/BKKIH
- (registration opens on July 17 and closes on August 14)
- Tweet your poster, tagging @ISMSC2020 with #ISMSCPoster and relevant subject hashtag during the 24 h conference (starting 23:00 UTC Monday Aug 24, 2020 = 09:00 Sydney time, Tuesday Aug 25)
- Discuss and engage throughout the 24 h conference. Answer questions about your poster and comment on other #ISMSCPosters
- Only registered students and early career researchers are eligible to win prizes
- Block and report any inappropriate comments on your poster
- Maximum image size allowed by Twitter is 5 MB
- See http://betterposters.blogspot.com/2019/02/top-tips-for-twitter-posters.html and https://blogs.rsc.org/rscpublishing/2019/05/24/rsc-poster-2020/ for tips on how to make good posters for Twitter
- A range of file types are compatible with Twitter – JPEG, PNG and GIF are all compatible
- If you are presenting copyright images, ensure you have appropriate permissions
- If you are presenting unpublished work and intend to publish it elsewhere after the event, ensure you check the policy of the intended journal and publisher to make sure being part of a twitter conference will not prevent you from publishing in the future
- Research originality and potential impact
- Poster is self-explanatory
- Poster is informative
- Poster is well designed
Professor of Chemistry