Abstract has to be submitted on line no later than
Abstract Submission closed.
Notification of receipt of the submitted abstract(s) will be issued automatically to your e-mail address. However, this does not mean the acceptance. Final acceptance, session name and style of presentation will be decided by the Science Committee and the session conveners. The program will be available on the website.
|Abstract has to be written in English, focusing researches in volcanology, efforts to mitigate volcanic disasters and researches into closely related disciplines.
The title and the body lengths of the abstract are less than 200 and 3000 characters, respectively.
Fill out the form of abstract submission on line to submit. For abstract submission, the following items were requested.
1. Title of paper (limited to 200 characters)
2. Author name(s)
3. Author affiliation(s)
4. Name of presenter
5. Presentation preference (Oral or Poster)
6. Session number of the contribution
7. Abstract text (limited to 3000 characters including commands for special characters)
|• The maximum number of presentation by each registrant must be two (2), irrespective of type of presentation (oral, poster or invited).
• Invited Authors do not receive discounted abstract fees, registration fees, or travel reimbursement.
• A flat fee of JPY (Japanese yen) 4,000 is charged for each submission.
• The abstract submission fee is a non-refundable processing fee and is not based on approval of your abstract submission or your attendance at the conference.
• For the methods of payment and grant application, refer to "Payment Methods" and "Grant Application".
• Submitted abstract can be editable by the deadline (
• The abstract submission fee does not register you for the conference. Separate registration fees apply. Online registration is possible using the same registration and password as the abstract submission.
|• Oral presentations will be given in the Prefectural Citizens' Hall and four seminar rooms at the Kagoshima Prefectural Citizens Exchange Center, and in two meeting rooms at Kagoshima Citizens Welfare Plaza.
• Each regular presentation will be 15 minutes long (12 minutes for the presentation and 3 for questions).
• Only the projector and personal computer system (Windows) prepared by the organizing committee will be available in each hall and room.
• Speakers are requested to prepare their presentation in MS PowerPoint 2010 or an older version and bring it on a memory stick or CD to the speaker ready room at the Kagoshima Prefectural Citizens Exchange Center, the day before the presentation.
|• All posters will be displayed in the Multi-Purpose Hall at the Kagoshima Prefectural Citizens Exchange Center.
• Posters should be set up in the morning on the day of the presentation, and must remain up for the entire day. Core times (with no simultaneous oral sessions) will be scheduled.
•Poster size is restricted to 91.4cm wide by 129.2cm high. Space will not be available for horizontally oriented posters.