Abstract Submission

The submission of an abstract implies your consent of its publication in the Abstract Book and that the author is willing to participate in the Symposium.
All presenting authors of abstracts are expected to attend this meeting and register online by 4th May 2020.

Guideline

Step 1 - Log-in for the submission
Step 2 - Registration and click "Abstract Submission"
Step 3 - Fill in the "Abstract information"
Step 4 - Add Abstract file and complete
Step 5 – Review or Modify at the My page

Abstract Submission

Abstracts should be written in English
Abstracts should be submitted online.
Authors may further edit and modify submitted abstracts until the submission deadline. It is the responsibility of the authors to ensure that their text does not contain types
or grammatical errors.
No proofreading will be carried out, and no correction will be possible after the submission deadline.

A. Title
- Use a concise title that indicates the content of the abstract.
- The first letter of words should be capitalized.
- Preposition and article should be lowercased. Don't use italicized letters.
예) Regulation of Cholesterol Biosynthesis from Lanosterol in Rat Liver
B. Authors &Affiliations: Select number of authors and affiliations.
1) After select number of authors, enter authors' full name.
2) Names and surnames for each author must be provided.
3) For the corresponding author(s), check the box next to the corresponding author(s)' name(s).
4) Please use the preferred format of author affiliation. (name of department, name of institute, city, postal code, country)
ex. Department of Life Science, Hankook University, Seoul 100-100, Korea
C. Contents
Abstracts should not exceed 1,200 characters. Abstracts will be reproduced exactly as submitted and will not be edited in any way. Contents may be organized as the author sees fit, though they should include the purpose of the study, the methods used, a summary of the results and the conclusion reached.
D. Keywords: A minimum of three (3) keywords, summarizing the contents of the abstract, should be entered.
E. Reference: listed in the following style: H. R. Jones and M. K. Wiles, J. Phys. Chem. 78, 8356 (1999).
F. File Uploading: Please add Abstract file and in case of spakers, add CV including picture.

Categories of Abstract

Symposium (Invited only)
Protein and Enzyme Engineering (Organizer: Dr. Seung-Goo Lee, Prof. Young Joo Yeon)
Energy and Environmental Biotechnology (Organizer: Prof. In Seop Chang, Prof. Jung Rae Kim)
Antibody Engineering and Cell Culture Engineering (Organizer: Dr. Dae Young Kim, Dr. Yu Jung Kim)
Microbial and Bioprocess Engineering (Organizer: Prof. Jeong-Geol Na, Prof. Tae Wan Kim)
Bioplastics and Plastics Degradation Technology as Solution for Microplastic Problems (Organizer: Prof. Yong Hwan Kim, Prof. Sang Hyun Lee)
Recent Progress in Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering to Meet the Upcoming Challenges (Organizer: Prof. Yeo Joon Yoon, Prof. Taek Jin Kang)
Yeast Engineering for Biofuel/Biochemical Production (Organizer: Dr. Youngsoon Um, Dr. Sun-Mi Lee)
4D Bioconvergence Research (Organizer: Prof. Yong Kyu Lee)
Young Scientist Forum (신진연구자를 위한 포럼)
Fresh Ph.D. (생물공학 미래연구인재 연구동향)

Division Symposium (except student)
Antibody Engineering and Cell Culture Engineering
Bio-based Chemicals and Cosmetic Bioengineering
Biomedical and Biopharmaceutical Engineering
Energy and Environmental Biotechnology
Food Biotechnology
Microbial and Bioprocess Engineering
Nano-Bioengineering
Protein and Enzyme Engineering
Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering
Tissue Engineering and Biomaterial Engineering

Oral Presentations for Fresh Ph.D. (Participant except student)
Antibody Engineering and Cell Culture Engineering
Bio-based Chemicals and Cosmetic Bioengineering
Biomedical and Biopharmaceutical Engineering
Energy and Environmental Biotechnology
Food Biotechnology
Microbial and Bioprocess Engineering
Nano-Bioengineering
Protein and Enzyme Engineering
Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering
Tissue Engineering and Biomaterial Engineering

Oral Presentation (Student)
Master's Course Presentation
Doctor's Course Presentation
Student Presentation (English)
      - Antibody Engineering and Cell Culture Engineering
      - Bio-based Chemicals and Cosmetic Bioengineering
      - Biomedical and Biopharmaceutical Engineering
      - Energy and Environmental Biotechnology
      - Food Biotechnology
      - Microbial and Bioprocess Engineering
      - Nano-Bioengineering
      - Protein and Enzyme Engineering
      - Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering
      - Tissue Engineering and Biomaterial Engineering

Poster Presentations (Participant only)
Antibody Engineering and Cell Culture Engineering
Bio-based Chemicals and Cosmetic Bioengineering
Biomedical and Biopharmaceutical Engineering
Energy and Environmental Biotechnology
Food Biotechnology
Microbial and Bioprocess Engineering
Nano-Bioengineering
Protein and Enzyme Engineering
Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering
Tissue Engineering and Biomaterial Engineering

Poster 3-Minute Speech (Student)
Antibody Engineering and Cell Culture Engineering
Bio-based Chemicals and Cosmetic Bioengineering
Biomedical and Biopharmaceutical Engineering
Energy and Environmental Biotechnology
Food Biotechnology
Microbial and Bioprocess Engineering
Nano-Bioengineering
Protein and Enzyme Engineering
Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering
Tissue Engineering and Biomaterial Engineering

Withdrawal of Abstracts

If the presenting author of an abstract does not register by the presenter registration date, the abstract will be automatically withdrawn from the final program. If you must withdraw an abstract, please notify the KSBB Secretariat in writing or email as soon as possible.

Notification of Acceptance

All submitted abstracts are not reviewed in advance. Therefore, if you submit an abstract, you will prepare a poster to present and it will be reviewed by the Scientific Program Committee according to standard review procedures in the post presentation session.

Poster Presentations

Each poster will be displayed for a day at the Meeting from June 25 to 26. Presenters should be present before their posters at scheduled times to answer questions and to discuss their results.



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