In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the PRiME 2020 cosponsors – The Electrochemical Society, The Electrochemical Society of Japan, and The Korean Electrochemical Society – are converting the in-person PRiME 2020 meeting to an exclusively online event.
Instead of travelling to Hawaii, presenters will be asked to submit a digital presentation file (video, and/or slide deck or poster) that will be made available for online viewing as part of the digital PRiME 2020 event. As with past versions of PRiME, all authors presenting a paper will be required to pay a registration fee in order to be part of the conference. In the case of digital PRiME, this fee will be significantly reduced from our normal registration fees.
PLEASE NOTE: Presenter fees will be used to support free, unlimited access to all of the technical presentations in the program. For the first time in PRiME's history, meeting content will be freely available online to our entire global community...all are welcome to attend!
If you missed the opportunity to submit your abstract, and are interested in participating in our digital event, please submit your abstract to one of the LATE sessions below. Abstracts are due no later than Monday, September 14 2020 at 11:59PM.
ORCID - "Own" your published work: get an ORCID identifier. You are encouraged to create an ORCID ID here before beginning your abstract submission, and then link your record in the abstract system to your record in ORCID during the submission process.
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Steps and Instructions:
Begin a Submission
Click the appropriate symposium title below to begin your submission. See the Call for Papers for detailed information about the symposia, manuscript submission requirements, and financial assistance.
Choose or change the appropriate symposium for your abstract. Do not make a double submission by submitting the same abstract to two different symposia.
Students: Please note that if you wish to be considered for the General Student Poster Session competition, you must submit your abstract to the General Student Poster Session. Abstracts submitted to other symposia are not eligible for participation.
Enter your title, preferred presentation format (oral, poster), copyright release, and any comments you might have for the organizers. Requested presentation formats cannot be guaranteed and are scheduled at the discretion of the Symposium Organizers.
The title of your abstract should be in initial capital letters, not all caps: This Example is Prepared in Initial Capital Letters and Is Correct. THIS EXAMPLE IS IN ALL CAPITAL LETTERS AND IS NOT CORRECT.
CAREFULLY enter author name, affiliation, and contact information (email and phone). Author information (including ordering) will be published exactly as you enter it into the system and cannot be changed after the abstract submission deadline date of Monday, 1 June 2020.
The length of your abstract text must be 750 words or less. DO NOT include the abstract title and author name(s) in your abstract text. This information will be appended to your abstract after the submission has been successfully completed. No file upload is needed for your text, you may enter it directly into the website or paste it in from an external source. You may also upload one separate image file containing any necessary figures/tables/equations.
You may also upload one separate image file containing necessary figures/tables/equations. JPG is the only allowed image format. PNG images will not be accepted.
You must confirm that ALL information is correct as submitted. All information will be published exactly as you entered it into the system, and cannot be changed after the Abstract Submission Deadline.
Presenting authors will be automatically informed of the unique ID numbers and passwords assigned to their abstracts. Abstracts may be viewed and modified at any time between submission and the deadline date of 1 June 2020, using the assigned ID# and password.