Special statement on COVID-19: We recognize that there are uncertainties regarding COVID-19, and we are adapting our program format to enable attendees to self-record a presentation of their abstract which will be presented at their oral session should they be unable to travel to SciX. All speakers may be required to submit presentation videos up to one month in advance of the conference. We anticipate providing more information to authors before June 2021. In other words - submit an abstract with confidence that we will accommodate your participation.
General Submission Guidelines
The SciX Paper Submission Site is a user-friendly submission portal with easy to view tasks and navigation to simplify your submission process.
Oral Submissions: Monday, May 17; 11:59 pm EST
Oral or Poster Submissions: Monday, May 17; 11:59 pm EST
Poster Submissions: Monday, August 2; 11:59 pm EST
Authors and Author List
The Submitter will automatically be listed as the Presenting Author. This can be edited within your profile as needed.
Proper Author Profile Details:
When completing an author profile be sure to keep affiliation names consistent as the system does not detect authors from the same organization automatically. The system will not know that UCLA and University of California, Los Angeles are the same and will display them separately in the author/affiliation list.
Submit Final Abstract
When you have completed all the tasks, and are sure that your submission is complete and in final form, perform the following two steps:
1) click the Save Abstract button.
2) click on the SUBMIT button.
If you do not click the ‘Submit’ button your abstract will remain incomplete.
After you submit your abstract, you will receive an email confirmation within one business day of submitting your abstract. If you do not receive an email confirmation within 24 hours, email email@example.com. Within the email text, please include your Paper Submission ID number and title (found by clicking “Preview Paper Submission” on the Home Page). Please remember to check your junk mail / spam folder first.
Paper Submission Status
A helpful tip to check that your abstract was submitted successfully is to look at the "Paper Submission Status" under the title
Submitted abstracts may be edited until the SciX submission deadlines noted above. Corrections and/or changes will not be accepted after these respective dates. To make changes to your abstract(s), log in to the SciX Paper Submission Site with your credentials.
To withdraw your abstract prior to the submission deadline, log in to the SciX Paper Submission Site with your credentials. Access the submission you wish to withdraw, click on the title of your submission, and change the 'Submission Status' to Withdrawn. To withdraw after the submission deadline, please email the FACSS Office at firstname.lastname@example.org with your Paper Submission ID and title.
Please allow time for the review process before you inquire with the office about your abstract submission. Oral abstracts are reviewed after the deadline. Final notifications for oral presentations will be sent in mid-June. Poster notifications will be sent in mid-August deadline.
An abstract book will be provided on the SciX Conference website at the time of the conference (see "Permissions" section below).
Permissions/Terms of Agreement
In order to submit an abstract you will need to agree to following terms:
Code of Conduct
All abstract submitters are expected to have read and abide by the Code of Conduct. The Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACSS) and the SciX Conference organizers are dedicated to providing a professional, pleasant and harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, race, ethnicity, nationality, age, religion or any other basis prohibited by law. We do not tolerate unprofessional behavior or harassment of conference participants in any form. Language or behavior that is offensive or unwelcoming to others is not appropriate at any FACSS-sponsored event. Disruptive or unprofessional behavior, including talking, use of cell phones, and unsanctioned photography/video is not permitted in any sessions. Conference participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organizers. Our full Code of Conduct can be found here.
Consideration for Awards and Other Program Opportunities
During the paper submission process, you can request to be considered for the following awards, or opt out. Students who submit a poster are automatically considered for daily onsite FACSS Student Poster Awards.
The FACSS Innovations Award
The SAS Student Poster Award
The AES Blue Fingers Student Award
The general submission site is open for contributed papers only.
If you are not an invited speaker, please DO NOT use this abstract site for your invited talk.