Only online submissions can be considered in the referee process. Please be so kind to register, confirm the activation email (check also your SPAM directory) and then enter your address details. After completion of your address information you will be asked to submit your abstract. An formatted abstract file is not required. Please use the text field in the submission form with very basic formatting options to enter your abstract content. The text must be limited to at most 2300 characters (including spaces), 2 pictures are also allowed (each picture will reduce the allowed amount of characters by 700). Separate form fields for the abstract title and authors information will be provided. Please check your email account after submission for the confirmation message. In case of corrections please keep the deadline in your mind.
The time for Keynote Lectures is 30 or 40 minutes including discussion depending on the session. The time for Contributed Lectures (orals) is 20 minutes including discussion. The time for Short Oral Communication is 5 minutes.
Strict timekeeping will be essential to the smooth running of the meeting. Lectures must be presented in English.
Please bring your presentation as a Powerpoint or PDF file on a USB flash drive in the PREVIEW ROOM preferably half-a-day in advance or, at the latest, during the last break before the start of your session.
Each poster must be in the size of 0.85 m in width and 1.2 m in height (DIN A0). The author’s name and affiliation and the title of the paper are to be indicated in the top section of the poster.
The posters will be presented and numbered according to the poster programme. The poster number will be displayed on top of the board. Material for attaching the posters will be supplied by the organisers. Writing or painting on the poster board is not allowed.
The posters should be put up on 9 September 2018 and should not be taken down before the end of the conference.
The opportunities to present the posters are during the poster session, and during lunch and coffee breaks. The authors are expected to be present during the poster session.