Abstract Submission Guidelines


Deadline for abstract submission:


Abstract reception extended up to 1st November


-The abstract has to be written in English.

-The abstract cannot be more than 250 total words.

-The abstract may not contain tables, figures or chemical structures.

-Define all non-standard acronyms.

-All presenters are responsible for registering for the Annual Workshop and paying the registration fee.


Abstracts describing the results of experimental studies must contain the following:


-A statement of the rationale and scope of the study presented

-A brief description of the experimental procedures;

-The data that resulted from the study

-Principal conclusion(s) based on interpretation of the results.  


In the case of studies that do not describe laboratory or field experiments, such as reports on educational, ethics, legal, or social initiatives, all the guidelines above apply with the following modifications:


-Instead of experimental procedures, the research or assessment approach should be briefly described

-Instead of resultant data, the study's results or findings should be summarized explicitly

-These abstracts must clearly articulate the implications for stakeholders


All abstracts must be submitted on-line, attaching the following document:


download:        template.doc


All abstract will be reviewed by a scientific committee.


A "receipt of abstract" notice will be sent via e-mail to the contact author with your acceptance notice and session instructions once the abstract has been processed.






Guideline for preparing your poster presentation


Only accepted posters accompanied by a completed Registration (with the appropriate payment of the presenting author) have been included in the Final Program. As stated in the instructions, the registration give the right of one poster presentation. One person may be author in several posters but it should be at least one different registered person per poster.


Poster has to be written in English.

Poster maximum size:


-Height: 1.30 m

-Width: 0.90 m


Posters should display at the top: the title, authors and institutions of origin in large letters. The background, hypothesis, aims, material and methods, results and conclusions should follow, and should be designed so that the poster can easily be read at a maximum distance of 2 metres.


Authors have to bring their posters already printed. There are no printing services available on site.


Fixation: Double-sided tape will be provided on site.


The organizers are not responsible for loss or damage to those posters which are not removed by authors within the times of dismantling. Posters not removed by their authors at the stated time, will be automatically destroyed.