Oral and poster presentations

Guidelines for Presenters

All participants are invited to submit abstracts for presentations which fall within the scope of the conference. Please mark You preference for oral or poster presentation in the registration form (please see Registration and Payment section for further details).
File to download: abstract template for 6IOW2018
Please send your abstract to: 6iow2018@gmail.com
All submitted abstracts will be evaluated and finally selected for poster or oral presentation by the organizing committee. The final decision on the acceptance of your presentation will be sent to you by 28 February 2018.

Guidelines for oral presentation

Oral presentation will have a dedicated 20 min time slot (15 min + 5 min discussion). The presenters should keep strictly the time of their talks.
Multimedia for using presentations in .pptx (Power Point) or .pdf formats will be available on site. The presenters will be asked to upload their files at the latest during a break before the session in which their talks are scheduled, and preferably in the morning before the start of the sessions. The file should be delivered on flash memory card.
The presentation files should keep a reasonably low size, to avoid problems with handling.

Guidelines for poster presentation

Posters should be prepared preferably in A0 (841×1189 mm) or B1 (707×1000 mm) format. If other format applied, it should not exceed 900 x 1300 mm.
During the Poster sessions, presenters are expected to stand by their poster to discuss their research with other participants. Dedicated poster sessions will be planned.
Poster authors are responsible for printing and bringing their posters to the Workshop. Each poster presenter will mount his/her poster on a dedicated (pre-marked) board. It is the authors’ responsibility to set-up their poster, but the assistance of the organizers will be available if needed. Materials for poster fixing will be available.

 

COMPLETE ABSTRACT BOOK IS AVAILABLE HERE:

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