Abstracts, Paper Submission & Publications

Newsflash 15 May – ECCC2023 Abstract Booklet published!

The organising committee is pleased to announce the Abstracts Booklet for the ECCC2023 conference. Together with the Schedule, this will allow you to locate a talk that you are interested in. We had over 100 abstracts submitted altogether, and we are now busy preparing the Conference proceedings and Special Edition of Materials at High Temperature. Printed copies of the ECCC2023 Abstracts will be available at the conference, together with the final schedule, but for now please consider downloading the booklet at the link below.

Please also note it is still possible to register for the Conference, further details at the Registration page.

Instructions for paper presentation

Authors of accepted abstracts have already been invited to submit a paper (deadline 28th February 2023) which will be peer reviewed by members of the Scientific Committee.

As more papers are submitted than can be accommodated for presentation at the conference, authors submitting after 15th December 2022 will most likely be invited for a poster presentation rather than a verbal presentation. The selection of verbal or poster presentation will be on balance of sessions rather than technical merit. There is no superiority of verbal versus poster presentation, and all will be included in the Conference Proceedings and/or journal.

Please see the paper submission template, which we would encourage all presenters to use. Please send your paper as a Word document in that template to the following email address: abstracts@eccc2023.com. Whilst there are no strict limits for paper length, a guide of a maximum of 10 pages is suggested. Please note that a reduction of page size to 75% of the original will occur for the Proceedings, so ensure that figure captions etc will remain readable.

We thank you again for your consideration of presenting at ECCC2023 and look forward to seeing you in Edinburgh on 22nd to 24th May 2023!


The abstracts booklet will be available during the event. ECCC will produce a Conference Proceedings free to all attendees, issued to attendees as soon as possible after the event. This will be an electronic publication but with a specified ISBN number. The Proceedings will also be available to purchase for non-registrants from the main ECCC website after the conference.

ECCC has an agreement with Materials at High Temperatures (publ. Taylor and Francis Online) for a Special Edition of the journal for papers of sufficient technical merit. These papers are being reviewed to a higher standard than for the main conference papers. This Special Edition should be available for publication shortly after the time of the conference. Those papers selected for publication in the journal will not be included in the Conference Proceedings as a full paper but will be included as an abstract, with reference to the special edition of the journal. Should you wish your paper to be included in the journal, please indicate on submission.

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