We offer three different formats for scientific contributions: talks (20 min.), research telegrams (12 min.) and posters.
Young academics (Ph.D. students only) are encouraged to select the format of research telegrams as an opportunity to present the highlights of their research to a wider audience. Ph.D. student submissions as full talks will compete against all contributions in this category, cannot be moved to the format of research telegrams if declined, and are not eligible for the Lecture Award.
For contributed talks there will be sessions on:
* Cheminformatics and Drug Discovery
* Big Data and Deep Learning
* Chemical Information and Databases
* Molecular Modelling, Simulation and Design
* Protein Structure and Modelling
* Property Prediction
Submission of oral contributions (GCC) February 1, 2022
Submission of research telegrams (GCC) February 1, 2022
Submission of posters (GCC) March 15, 2022
Submission of posters (EuroSAMPL) March 15, 2022
No guarantee for last-minute-posters to be published in the book of abstracts.
After a successful transmission, you will receive a reference code for each submitted abstract and a confirmation after the decision of the scientific committee.
The scientific committee reserves the right to accept, reject or assign submissions to a different format.No editing is done by the scientific committee.
Oral contributions from SAMPL participants are selected by the organizers upon invitation. SAMPL participants intending to show posters can submit their titles and abstracts via the registration system.You will find the abstract guidelines and a sample abstract if you click on the button "abstract submission".