are invited to submit abstracts via email to the Organizing Committee
of the Conference at email@example.com. Deadline for abstract
submission is December 1st, 2015. Authors are advised to prepare
concise and informative abstracts focusing on the objectives,
methodology and results of the work. The scientific committee will
decide based on the abstract your
acceptance to the Conference
to present your work and will invite you to take part in oral or
poster session accordingly. Abstract should not exceed 500 words and
must be prepared according to the guidelines provided in the
template: Download abstract template.
Each abstract should also include the following:
Title of the paper
Authors and their
Preference for oral
or poster presentation
- There is no
limit in the number of authors per abstract.
- There can be up
to two presenting authors for each abstract. Correspondence will be
made with the presenting author(s).
- The presenting
author(s) will be notified about the successful submission of the
abstract immediately after submission and the Reference
Code will be given to each abstract.
In the event that such notification was not received, please contact
the organising committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- In later
communication please refer to your abstract/paper using Reference
- Notification of
abstract acceptance/rejection will be communicated to the presenting
author(s) within 10 days after submission.
- If an already
submitted abstract has to be changed / corrected, the new version
must be sent by email (as an attached file) to email@example.com
and the old abstract will be replaced with the new one. Reference
Code for the abstract stays the same.
- 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 2016. Those abstracts that have not been
selected to be presented orally can be presented as posters.