Abstracts should be sent in English and contain the paper title, author(s) name(s) and organisation(s). Abstracts should be up to a maximum of 600 words, but no longer. The abstracts should clearly demonstrate the scope of the proposed paper or poster; short abstracts may not be accepted for presentation. The abstract should also contain a header indicating the technical theme for which the paper is intended. No figures, graphs or tables should be supplied at this stage.
Submit your abstract with the Abstract Submission Form.
Alternatively they can be sent by email in MS Word format for PC. These abstracts should be sent to:
Abstracts should be received by the conference organisers no later than 31st December 2003. Acceptances will be sent out by the end of February 2004.
The programme committee will assess the abstracts and will select and assign papers for oral or poster presentation. You may indicate your preference upon submission of your abstract. The programme committee will be made up of the organising committee and a number of other experts in the field of greenhouse gas control technologies.
You will receive written notification of your paper acceptance or rejection. If the paper is accepted, a full copy will be requested. Full papers must be submitted by 30th June to guarantee publication on the conference web site prior to the conference and inclusion in the conference proceedings. An early submission deadline is required to ensure that the papers will be available as reference material for the IPCC Special Report. Authors will be required to transfer copyright for the papers to the IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme.