5-8 September 2023
Universidade de Évora
5-8 September 2023
Universidade de Évora

Abstract Submission

Each registered participant will be entitled to submit up to 2 abstracts, for a poster or either an oral or a flash presentation. However, only one abstract will be considered for oral or flash presentation. 

The meeting’s official language will be English 

Abstracts should be submitted via the SPQ registration site (registration is required). Please, log in using the login and the password provided during the registration process and then proceed with "abstract submission". Please use the Microsoft Word file Abstract Template that is provided. 

The abstract must not exceed one A4 page. The selection of the oral and flash communications to be presented will be undertaken by the scientific committee upon evaluation of the submitted abstracts. The abstract file should be saved as follows: namesurnameposter.doc or namesurnameoral.doc (or docx in either case). Each participant can submit up to two abstracts as presenting author, however, only one will be considered for oral communication and this should be indicated on the appropriate form. 

The Deadline for receipt of poster/oral presentation/flash talk abstracts will be the 20th of May 2023.
The participants will be informed by e-mail about the acceptance of their contribution and the type of their presentation by the June 1st, 2023

Accepted abstracts will be published in the Book of Abstracts (only abstracts of registered participants will be included), so please make payment in a timely fashion. 

Please make sure your abstract does not contain any spelling or grammar mistakes, as it will be reproduced as submitted. 

The fifth addition of the International Symposium on Synthesis and Catalysis 2023 (ISySyCat2023) will take place at the University of Evora in the historical Colégio de Espirito Santo from August 5th to September 8th 2023.

The conference will focus on key topics in contemporary organic and organometallic synthesis and catalysis, which are of relevance to both academic and industrial chemists alike. 



The posters should be printed in A0 format.