Abstract submission

Deadline for abstract submission: 20th March 2020

Guidelines for abstract submission

Contributed talks:

A contributed talk will last 20-25 minutes in duration, with an additional 5-10 minutes for discussion. 

Please use the template below to submit your proposal and include your name, affiliation and abstract. For submission, one must create a user account on the registration platform and upload their proposal within the submission area. The registration as a conference participant must be done at a later time, after the decision date. Nevertheless, one must do this registration as a participant (to generate the invoice) themself; having your abstract accepted does not automatically register you for the conference.

Please save your file as “Talk_NameSurname.tex” for submission, and follow the example for contribution abstract.

Posters:

We encourage researchers at all stages of their career (from students to professors) to opt for presenting a poster, in order to reduce the high number of parallel sessions.

Posters should be in A0 format and preferably portrait layout. Landscape A1 format is also accepted but not recommended. All posters should have an abstract formatted by using the template below. For submission, one must create a user account on the registration platform and upload their proposal within the submission area. The registration as a conference participant must be done at a later time, after the decision date. Nevertheless, one must do this registration as a participant (to generate the invoice) themself; having your abstract accepted does not automatically register you for the conference.

Please save your file as “Poster_NameSurname.tex” for submission, and follow the example for contribution abstract.

Please note that only one contribution (talk or poster) per person is allowed. Also, if you are presenting in a mini-symposium, you may not submit a contribution.