May 31 - June 4, 2016 | Vancouver, Canada
Check out this year's meeting location here in a little slide show. Vancouver and UBC are simply beautiful!
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- Preparation and Modification of Magnetic Particles
- Characterization of Magnetic Particles
- Application in Cell Separation and Analysis
- Applications in Molecular Biology
- Cancer Treatment
- Magnetic Resonance Contrast Enhancement
- Drug Delivery
- Micromechanical Systems (MEMS)
- Magnetic nanotubes
- Self-assembled magnetic nanosystems
For this year's 11th meeting, we will publishing our original research with the "Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials" (JMMM) , as we did many times previously. This journal is well indexed and you can find your papers with search engines such as SciFinder, Google Scholar and other indexing services.
JMMM has an impact factor of IF = 1.97 (2014)
- We recommend an article size of not more than 6 pages. But if you have lots of interesting results to report, then we would like to hear about all of it and it can be longer.
- Best of all, all your figures can be in colour throughout for the online version.
- Submission is all electronic through the link below, which will become life on April 4, 2016. Please start working early on your manuscript, as the Deadline is Sunday, June 26, 2016, no exceptions. Papers will be sent out for peer review the day following your submission.
You can read more about the format of the articles here in the author's guide. However, it might even be more useful to look at a few examples of recently published JMMM articles such as Deng 2014, Digigow 2014 or Aravind 2013.
A step by step procedure to submit your article is given here.
- Use full first names, not abbreviations.
- A concise and factual abstract is required with 50-200 words. The abstract should state briefly the purpose of the research, the principal results and major conclusions. An abstract is often presented separately from the article, so it must be able to stand alone. For this reason, references and abbreviations should be avoided.
- Provide up to 6 keywords