Peer-Reviewed Publishing through the JASDL

ASDL Poster Submission Guidelines

ASDL Posters. ASDL invites the submission of posters describing the results of undergraduate or graduate research, or reports of emerging technologies from corporate sources, in any area of analytical science. Posters may be submitted at any time, and will remain on the site for one year following the submission date. After that time, they will be placed in a searchable archive. Posters will be accepted that have been previously presented at local or national scientific meetings and at NSF-REU programs. Posters prepared specifically for ASDL submission are also acceptable. While posters are not peer reviewed, they are subject to editorial approval prior to posting on the ASDL website.

Submission guidelines. All poster materials are accepted electronically in PDF format (2.5 MB file size maximum). If the appropriate software is not available to you, free PDF creator software can be found at Primo Pdf . Two files should be submitted. The first includes an abstract of less than 100 words, with the title, authors, affiliations of all authors, and contact information (including email address and phone number) for the faculty research mentor. The second should contain the poster itself. Authors are invited to view the current ASDL poster session for acceptable poster formats.

Posters are accepted in the following categories: Bioanalytical, Educational, Environmental, Materials, Method Development. If your poster does not fit into one of these categories, you are invited to submit it in the category of Other.

The PDF files containing the abstract and the poster should be uploaded at the asdlib.org login screen, where on your first visit, you will be asked to enter your email address and a password of your choosing. You may then edit or add new information at any time prior to the posting of the session.

Publication Copyright. All copyrights to posted material are retained by the faculty or corporate author(s) under the Creative Commons Agreement (http://creativecommons.org).

For further information, please feel free to contact:

Tom Spudich
Maryville University, St. Louis, MO
email Tom Spudich