Writing an Abstract
Abstractsshould be submitted in English and contain no more than 3,600 characters,including titles, graphs and non-visible characters, such as spaces and linebreaks.
Pleasewrite concisely and clearly and follow this structure:
Problemstatement: Why do we care about the problem?
Methods:What did you actually do to get your results?
Results:What did you learn/invent/create?
Conclusion:What are the implications of your findings?
Pleaseensure that your abstract does not contain spelling, grammar or scientificmistakes, as it will be reproduced exactly as submitted. No proof reading willbe done. Linguistic accuracy is the responsibility of the submitter.
Images/graphs/tables canbe uploaded according to the following criteria:
- Width (in pixels): min 50 / max 750
- Height (in pixels): min 50 / max 750
- Size (in KB): min 20/ max 1,000
- Resolution (dpi): min 96 / max 300. The standard display size for images is 96 dpi.
- Format: JPG, PNG or GIF
You mayimprove the quality of your image for publication by increasing the number ofdpi as well as the height and width of the image (in pixels).
If you wish to modify your image, you may use the programme Paint.Net (freesoftware).
Abstractsubmissions that do not meet the above noted guidelines may be rejected withoutreview.
TheScientific Committee may request additional information about abstracts andreject abstracts.
Type of Presentation
Authorsshould select their presentation preference. Final decision on the presentationtype will be made by the Scientific Committee.
Oralpresentation: Theabstract is selected for oral presentation at any of the Free Communicationsessions. –> Note: The number of oral presentations is limited. Abstractswith preference for oral presentation will be selected by the Scientificcommittee.
Posterpresentation: Theabstract is selected for presentation in a Poster format. Posters will be ondisplayed throughout the meeting.
Book only: The submitter chooses not to present the abstract in oral orposter format. The abstract will only appear in the Abstract Book.
- Each submitter can present up to 2 abstracts (only 1 of which can be an oral presentation).
- Creation of a user account is required for the submission of an abstract.
- Accepted abstract presenters must register and pay their registration fees by the deadline date noted in the letter of acceptance. If payment is not received by the deadline date (or is received after the deadline date), the abstract(s) will be automatically withdrawn and will not appear in the Program or Abstract Book.
- The Scientific Committee may request pre-registration from abstract submitters prior to abstract review.
- Submitting authors will be notified as to whether their abstract has been accepted, as well as the date, time and form of their presentation.
- Any change of the presenting author needs to be communicated in the form of a written statement to the Scientific Committee.
- If the original presenting author is unable to present the abstract, it is that person’s responsibility to ensure that one of the co-authors takes over this role.
- It is the duty of the original presenting author to advise the Congress Secretariat (email@example.com) in writing of his successor’s full name and email address.
If you are registered, You can upload your abstract here or through you Account by adding this event to favorites