Abstract Template - 5th International Conference on

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OPTOFLUIDICS2015 CONFERENCE SAMPLE ABSTRACT AND
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ABSTRACT PREPARATION
Author name1,* and Author name2
Address1 includes Institute, City, Country
2
Addresss2 includes Institute, City, Country
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* Email: [email protected]; Tel.: +86-(20) 3931-4813
The 5th International Conference on Optofluidics (Optofluidics2015) will be held in Taipei, Taiwan
on July 26-29, 2015. Authors are invited to contribute original presentations on advances in
optofluidics, microfluidics and related research areas.
The Optofluidics2015 Conference Committee encourages submission of original work for either oral
or poster presentation. Submitted abstracts should be two-pages: one text page (500 words or less, 11
point Times New Roman font) and one page of figures and tables on A4 Standard (21 cm x 29.7 cm)
paper. The title, authors, affiliations and all text must fit on the first page. The second page should
contain any figures or tables. References may go on either page. All other style formatting is up to the
authors. The Abstract should be converted into a PDF file before uploading. Abstracts in other
document formats will not be accepted.
The purpose of an Abstract is to tell what new results you propose to present. Therefore, it is important
within the first few sentences to state what your primary result is. For example: “This paper reports a
new design of optofluidic cell sorting chip that ….” It is also important to identify how the new work
differs from previous work from your own group and from other groups, especially work presented at
recent and upcoming international meetings. For example: “The fabrication process for the optofluidic
chip was reported at Optofluidics2012 [1], and an analysis of the optical field pattern which is
essential for the sorting function was reported at Transducers 2011 [2]. Our method differs from that
of group X [3] in the structural design, and of group Y [4] in the working principles.”
After an introduction of the basic ideas and how the work relates to other work, present detailed
descriptions of methods, device structures, and examples of specific results, whether experimental or
theoretical. Figures and Tables can support these results. For example: “A schematic view of the
device design is illustrated in Figure 1, and the simulated fluidic velocity distribution is shown in
Figure 2. Table I shows the device geometries using the analysis procedure in [2].” After presentation
of results, it is useful to compare specific results with related work, and also to comment on the
broader impact of the results.
Please make sure that all the figures/photographs are clearly visible. If the program committee cannot
clearly see and understand the role of these visual aids, it will be viewed negatively. All submitted
abstracts would be considered for both Oral and Poster Sessions unless the submitting author
specifically requests a Poster.
The deadline for abstract submission is March 30, 2015 (Hawaii Time).
Word Count: <= 500
1
PL intensity (a.u.)
M-BVO
M-BVO+TiO2
450
Fig.1 Schematic diagram of the microfluidic planar
reactor and structures of the catalyst film and the
tree-shaped microchannels for inlet and outlet.
500
20
(224)
(204)
(116)
(220)
(215)
(004)
(200)
(105)
(211)
(100)
(121)
M-BiVO4
30
(112)
(051)
(132)
(042)
(202)
(161)
(013)
(152)
(002)
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
(040)
(011)
Intensity(a.u.)
Anatase-TiO2
40
2(degree)
50
60
Fig. 3 Characteristics of the photocatalytic films:
XRD patterns of the layers of BVOand TiO2(inset).
The BVO layer shows a monoclinic structure and the
TiO2 is in pure anatase phase.
600
Fig. 4Characteristics of the photocatalytic films:
Photoluminescence of M-BVO and BVO/TiO2.
Table 1.
Fig. 2Photograph of the microfluidic planar reactor
integrated with the inlet and the outlet.
550
Wavelength (nm)
Sample of a Table Format
REFERENCES:
[1] L. Lei, N. Wang, X. M. Zhang, Q. D. Tai, D.
P. Tsai and Helen L.W. Chan, “Optofluidic
planar reactors for photocatalytic water
treatment
using
solar
energy,”
Biomicrofluidics (in press)
[2] A. Kudo, K. Omori, and H. Kato, “A novel
aqueous process for preparation of crystal
form controlled and highly crystalline bivo4
powder from layered vanadates at room
temperature and its photocatalytic and
photophysical properties,” J. Am. Chem.
Soc. 1999, 121, 11459-11467.
[3] M. Long, W. Cai and H. Kisch “Visible
light
induced
photoelectrochemical
properties
of
n-BiVO4
and
n-BiVO4/p-Co3O4,” J. Phys. Chem. C 2008,
112, 548-554.
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