Submission of Abstracts

[SUBMISSION]

The Workshop will be organized in roundtables, oral and e-poster sessions.  The Organizers will allow only one presentation (and publication opportunity) for each registration.

To submit an abstract you must first register to the Workshop when you can firstly submit your paper.

Submission later: If you can not upload your final abstract at the registration, you can upload it until 10th of January 2021 here: 

Click HERE to submit your Abstract!

Deadline for registration: 31st December 2020.

Deadline for submission: 10th January 2021

[ABSTRACTS & SAMPLEFORM]

Abstract formatting instructions: download a sample abstract here:

Please note: Multi-author abstracts (more than 5 authors) will not be accepted and a single person is allowed to be amond the authors of max. 2 abstracts. The abstracts will be evaluated by the Scientific Board, and only accepted ones will be published in the Abstract book. Authors will be informed latest by 10th January 2020 about acceptance or rejection of their abstract.

Every participant with oral or poster registration has to submit a new abstract regardless of their postponed registration for the 19th event in 2020!

The maximum number of authors per abstract is 5. A single person is allowed to be amond the authors of max. 2 abstracts. The Organizers will allow only one presentation (and publication opportunity) for each registration.

The abstracts will be evaluated by the Scientific Board of the Workshop. Authors will be informed within the 15th of January 2021 about acceptance or rejection of their abstract.

All presentations – regardless whether oral lectures or posters – will be published as abstracts (maximum 1 page) in the Book of the Workshop.

[ORAL PRESENTATIONS]

For oral presentations 15 minutes will be available per speaker, with discussion.

[E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS]

E-posters will be presented as 5 minutes flash talks in digital form (such as the oral presentations). Flash talk slides (pdf file) will be collected via email prior to the congress or before each session. Recommended poster size: A0 or A1 with at least the resolution of 150 dpi.

[OTHER INFORMATION]

All of the participants will have the opportunity to vote for the best posters and the best oral presentations. The winners will receive valuable prizes.

By the end of the Workshop, upon the evaluation of chairmen of the respective sessions, top papers will be suggested as suitable for publication in the journals affiliated to the event (free of charge or with discount).

You can read more about the publication opportunities here:
https://alpsadria.hu/publication-opportunity/

On account of the international participation, the language of the Workshop will be English (with no translation).