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9th International Conference on Material Sciences (CSM9)

ENSIC, University of Lorraine, Nancy, France

August 26 – 28, 2015


Registration fees (included lunches and coffee break):

600 Euros for researchers

450 Euros for Students


Registration fees should be transfered to:

Identifiant National bancaire – R.I.B.

Code Banque

Code Guichet








Mulhouse MIEG (07200)

Identifiant International bancaire – I.B.A.N. et B.I.C.

IBAN (International Bank Account Number)

BIC (Bank Identifier Vode)

FR07 3000 2072 0000 0007 6478 V82


Titulaire du Compte :

Mr Tayssir HAMIEH

9, Rue Sainte Thérèse

68200 - Mulhouse


Participants are invited to reserve their hotels.


Congress location

ENSIC, University of Lorraine, 1 rue Grandville, 54001, Nancy, France



Participants are invited to submit a one-page abstract (format A4) not exceeding 300 words in English or French for oral or poster communication with included registration form before June 08, 2015, by sending it directly on the web site.



Full papers

The full papers note excedding 6 pages have to be prepared  following the instructions for authors (see below) and sent directly on the CSM website before June 30, 2015



Registration and abstracts:                         June 21, 2015

Notification of acceptance:                          June 22, 2015

Registration fees transferred before:        June 30, 2015

Full papers (not exceeding 6 pages):        June 30, 2015

Final program:                                                July 20, 2015




The manuscript must be double-spaced with continuous page numbering. It must include the following elements:


Title page

  • Title in English or French: short and informative.
  • Names of authors: first name in full, followed by last name.
  • Full postal addresses of the laboratories concerned with the affiliation of each author indicated by a numerical superscript.
  • The contact author for correspondence purposes must be indicated by an asterisk, and that author’s full professional address and e-mail address given at the bottom of the page.


Abstract and key words

  • 150 words maximum and 3 to 5 key words.
  • Only standard, common abbreviations are allowed.




  • The main body of the extended abstract must be clear and concise. Authors shall ensure correct spelling, syntax and punctuation.
  • The extended abstract must be structured, i.e. it must contain the following sub-titles: purpose, methods, results, conclusion and references
  • Every abbreviation must be explained the first time it appears in the text.
  • The general rules concerning the nomenclature of abbreviations and symbols are those approved by the IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry). SI rules must be applied to units. Note the following for example: litre, L; minute, min; microgramme/milliliter, mg/mL; nanogramme/milligramme, ng/mg.
  • The text must be laid out in classic style, with numbered sections carrying the following headings: introduction, equipment (or patients) and methods, results, discussion, conclusion, acknowledgements, possible declaration of conflict of interest.



References are numbered according to their order of appearance in the text. They are identified in the text, tables and captions by Arabic numerals in square brackets, and separated by hyphens for a range of consecutive references, e.g. [1-4], and by commas without spaces for non-consecutive references, e.g. [1,3,5].

References must be presented exactly as follows, complying with the typography as shown (page numbers must be complete):

  • A journal article
  1. Goulté JP, Mahieu L, Maignant V, Bouige D, Saussereau E, Lacroix C. Valeurs usuelles des métaux et métalloides dans le sang total et les urines par ICP-MS chez cinquante quatre sujets décédés. Ann Toxicol Anal. 2007 ; 19(1) : 43-51.
  • A book
  1. Kintz P Analytical and Practical Aspects of Drug Testing in Hair. Boca Raton: CRC Taylor & Francis, 2006.
  • A chapter from a book
  1. Pépin G, Chèze M. Les opiacés. In : Mura P (coordinateur). Alcool, médicaments, stupéfiants et conduite automobile Paris : Elsevier 1999 : 75-95.



Tables must be numbered using Roman numerals according to their order of appearance in the text. Their location must be specified by a reference between parentheses (Table I). Each table must be presented on a separate sheet, without vertical ruling lines. It must be accompanied by a title (placed above it) and all necessary notes (placed below it) to make it comprehensible without reference to the text. In particular, the meaning of all abbreviations and symbols must be specified.


Figures (graphs, drawings, or photographs) must be numbered in Arabic numerals according to their order of appearance in the text. Their location must be specified by a reference between parentheses (Figure 1). All figure captions must be presented on a separate sheet. If the original figure contains colors, an identical reproduction of it may appear in the electronic version.

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