As there are many more abstracts submitted for oral presentations than available slots within the program, the Scientific Advisory Committee will select the most relevant abstracts to be presented orally at the Conference. This decision will be communicated as soon as possible, and no later than February 2015. Those abstracts that have not been selected to be presented orally can be presented as posters or virtual papers.

You are recommended to read the following instructions before preparing your oral communication:

 The Organizing Committee will provide presenters with the usual visual equipment for this kind of presentations, which will include a computer with Windows and a laser pointer. If you need any other kind of visual equipment, please let us know. If some presenter wants to use his/her own laptop, the full compatibility between author's own equipment and on-site display facilities should be carefully checked before the start of the session. You will be responsible for promptly connecting to the projector. The presentation timer will begin immediately after the introduction by the session chair, and there will not be time to reboot your computer. For this reason, you are strongly encouraged to test laptop connections to the projector. Anyway, technical support will be provided by the Organizing Committee.

Poster Presentations

 Display times:
As each poster is included in the Conference Scientific Program, all posters will be exhibited for the duration of the Conference. Posters should be set up in the morning of the presentation day and they should not be removed until the end of the Conference, unless stated otherwise.
Authors are expected to be at their posters when its session is scheduled.

Posters identifications and locations:
Posters will be displayed in the coffee room and the adjacent atrium of the venue. An identifier, which you will find in the Conference Scientific Program, will be assigned to your presentation. A card with your identifier will be posted on each display panel to indicate the location for your poster.

Dimensions and attachment:
The poster should be in the format of A0 paper. We will provide materials for attaching posters.

Your poster should be readable from a distance of 2 meters. Suggested font sizes:
 Be careful also in your use of colours, some people are red-green colour blind and some colours do not stand out in contrast to others.

Information should be well organized and concisely presented. Your poster could include the following sections:

Make sure that your material is presented in a logical and clear sequence so that people can read it and understand it. If you wish, you can provide the audience with copies of the poster reduced in size. There will be a folder available next to your poster for the reprints.