Submission deadline: March 29th 2021

Normally, there is no oral communication in ISOS-2021. All participants can present their work with a poster in a virtual poster session (July 2, 2021). Only one poster is allowed per participant.

However, depending on the time available, the organizers will decide in April on the possible number of oral communications (we estimate 3-10) during Online-ISOS (July 02, 2021). The speakers will be elected among the authors of submitted abstracts.

Important: Due to significant changes of programs, we have initialized our abstract submission system. As a result, all participants (including invited speakers) must create a new account and submit a new abstract for ISOS-2021, even if you have already submitted an abstract last year for ISOS-2020.

For ISOS-2021, you must submit 2 types of abstracts (classic and simplified abstracts) in a single Word (.doc or .docx) document. Please use this template (click here) . The simplified abstract should help you search for your favourite topics during the poster session.

  • The abstract must not exceed one A4 page in length (landscape). Accepted abstracts will be published in the “Book of Abstracts” (only the abstracts of registered authors will be included). Please make sure your abstract does not contain any spelling or grammar mistakes, as it will be reproduced exactly as submitted.
  • The abstract book will contain a table of contents (TOC) section, consisting of simplified abstracts, to have a quick overview of all presented posters. Please respect the given template. Title should not exceed one line. Authors name and University should not exceed one line either. If it is necessary, use “et al” to specify the missing authors. Please choose one of the 3 proposed templates (small, medium or large image). In all the cases, the text should not exceed 6 lines.
  • For the presentations the official language of the conference will be English


We call for abstracts in the following six main topics.

1-  Molecular chemistry
     Reactive Intermediates,
     Organic synthesis-Catalysis
2- Materials
    Silicone Polymer
    Sol-gel, silica
3- Theory
4- Environnement (Ecology)
5- New analytic methods
6- Silicon precursors for thin film deposition applications in semiconductors (Air Liquide session)

Air Liquide session

During the virtual poster session, we will keep a special corner in a virtual room to collect posters on the specific theme “Silicon precursors for thin film deposition applications in semiconductors” proposed by Air Liquide. A special keynote lecture on this topic will be given by a great specialist of this domain, Dr.Jean-Marc Girard (Air Liquide Advanced Materials) during ISOS-2021.