GCI@HOME event

We are pleased to announce the 1st online event by the Italian Young Crystallographers (GCI).

The COVID-19 pandemic has massively reduced the opportunities to participate in scientific conferences and discuss with the community. For this reason, we have organized an online event to give younger scientists the chance to share their results with a wide audience.

Now on-line:
https://giovanicristallogr.wixsite.com/gciathome

How can I contribute?

To present your work, register for free for the event by filling the form at

http://aic.cristallografia.org/contenuti/the-registration-form-for-the-gcihome-event-is-open/6045

asap but not later than Aug 24th. Prepare the abstract and submit it through the registration form. You will get noticed in a few days whether your abstract is accepted. You will then receive detailed instructions on how to prepare and deliver your contribution!

What kind of contribution can I present?

You can either record a video of your presentation or make an e-poster. Remember that your contribution will be acknowledged with a certificate signed by the AIC President and… eye on the prize!! There will be a poster prize for the best poster.

Follow the guidelines to get ready for the preparation of your contribution:

https://youtu.be/M2GRGgkGDdk


How are contributions organized?

Contributions are grouped according to their scientific area thus select the MS in which you want to deliver your contribution:

MS1 Materials and Minerals

MS2 Biocrystallography

MS3 Crystal Growth

MS4 Theory and Methods

MS5 Science & Society


How will my contribution be released?

All contributions will be collected in advance and then public released on Sept 28th-30th via YouTube and Twitter.

For more info visit the webpage at

http://aic.cristallografia.org/contenuti/the-registration-form-for-the-gcihome-event-is-open/6045

or write an email to

giovanicristallografi@gmail.com

Please, find below the interactive flyer of the event and share this message with your young collaborators.

Flyer_GCI@Home

Best Regards
Paolo Mazzeo