Information & Abstract Submission
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Online registration and abstract submission
In the online registration you are asked to provide your contact data and choose the postconference field trip as desired. On the second page you may submit a contribution to the conference (max. two contributions as leading author).
For submitting a contribution, please fill in the authors with affiliations, the title and an abstract (max. 7000 characters including spaces). Please choose the desired format of your presentation (poster or oral) and the session it fits in best. You may indicate alternative sessions, giving us more flexibility in the design of the program. At this point, we cannot say for certain if all requests for oral presentations can be met given the constraints on time. Hence some ‘oral’ papers may be re-designated as ‘poster’ papers depending on numbers of abstracts offered. However, all presenters will be advised of the format of their presentation(s) well in advance of the conference.
Please choose your contribution:
- oral preferred
- poster preferred
- either oral or poster
When the registration is finished you will receive a personal access code. You can check your data, add or edit your contributions (before the deadline on May 1st, 2018), or book a field trip on the internal part of the conference website using your personal access code.
The time slot for oral presentations is to be finalized once we know the total number of presentations. Currently we consider that talks will be 15 minutes in duration (12 min. presentation + 3 min. discussion). Durations of talks will be confirmed once the program is finalized. Keynote presentations are likely to be 30 minutes in duration (25 min. presentation + 5 min discussion).
In the lecture hall there is a projection unit. Presentation software Adobe Reader and Microsoft Powerpoint are provided. Please bring your presentation on USB stick to upload during the breaks to the presentation laptop.
Best poster format is A0 Portrait (84.1×118.9 cm) and the posters will be presented in poster sessions. Posters will be hanging during the first three days of the conference. Poster numbers can be found on each board and tape will be provided. There will be a list of poster session timeslots where you can indicate your presence at your poster.