You are invited to submit contributions for oral presentations and posters. These will be reviewed by the scientific committee members who reserve the right to accept presentations and make a final decision on the presentation as poster or lecture, depending on scientific quality, novelty and available time and space.
We especially encourage PhD students to present their recent work and thus contact colleagues with similar topics for scientific discussion, collaboration and future laboratory visits. To stimulate this process, we intend to give awards to the best student contributions selected by the scientific committee.
Please send your abstract by email firstname.lastname@example.org by 13th April 2015. In your email please indicate if you would like give an oral presentation or present a poster.
Prior submission, please read the instruction for the abstract below
Guidelines for the submission of abstracts for Speakers and Poster Presenters:
All abstracts, presentations and posters must be written in English.
Presenting or first authors of oral presentations have to register and attend the conference.
For poster presentation it is mandatory that at least one of the authors has to register and attend the conference as well, otherwise the abstract will be removed from the book of abstracts and there will be no poster wall available for the poster. The presenting author will be underlined in the book of abstracts.
Abstract text limit (for both oral and poster presentations): 300 words
Add keywords below the abstract's content, separated by commas.
Please examine the contents of your abstract before submission:
Is the aim of the study adequately defined and described?
Are the test series and methods used clearly explained
Are the results important/original (regarding experiments)
Are important conclusions drawn for science and practice
Are the abstracts worded in a way which can be understood also by non-specialists