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Call for Papers

The 2nd International Electronic Conference on Metabolomics and its Applications will be held from 20–27 November 2017 in an online environment. The objective of this event is to bring researchers working in the field onto a common platform where they can present and discuss their recent research without the need to travel. All proceedings will be held online at http://sciforum.net/conference/iecm-2.

Time Schedule & Deadlines
Abstract Submission: 30 Sep. 2017
Acceptance Notification: 10 Oct. 2017
Full Paper Submission: 10 Nov. 2017

The Conference will cover a wide range of topics in metabolomics. A non exhaustive list of that will be considered comprises:

The 2nd International Electronic Conference on Metabolomics and its Applications is free of charge for contributors and visitors. It is a good way for scholars to share ideas online without time and space barriers. Authors are invited to provide a short abstract online at http://www.sciforum.net/login from now until 30 September 2017. Acceptance of the abstract will be determined by 10 October 2017. Author(s) will be asked to present their work (in English) in the form of a slide show (or a video) using the PPT template provided by the conference (see Instructions for Authors). For accepted abstracts, the full paper needs to be submitted by 10 November. All accepted presentations will be displayed on the internet, at http://sciforum.net/conference/iecm-2, from 20–27 November 2017.

After the event, proceedings from the conference (abstracts) will be published in the online open access journal, Proceedings. Authors are also welcome to submit the extended version of their work for consideration and publication in a Special Issue of Metabolites. 20% discount is offered for all the authors participating in this conference. The scientific committee will consider all presentations and invite authors of the most outstanding work presented at the conference to publish free of charge in the Metabolites Special Issue.

The Scientific Committee looks forward to receiving contributions in response to this call, and will be glad to provide any further information to interested parties. Questions may be addressed to the chairman, A/Prof. Peter J Meikle, via e-mail at Peter.Meikle@baker.edu.au or the conference secretary at iecm@mdpi.com or metabolites@mdpi.com.

We thank you in advance for your presence at this conference and your contribution to its success.