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How to prepare an Abstract:

For preparation of the abstract you should use the provided abstract template or follow strictly the instructions below:

  • All abstracts (plenary lectures, oral communications and posters) should be prepared in good English.
  • Please prepare your abstract in A4 format in Microsoft Word 2013 or older version (.doc or .docx). OpenOffice/LibreOffice version 3.4 or newer files (.odt) will also be accepted.
  • All abstracts should fit into one page.
  • Leave 6.7 cm (top), 5.0 cm (bottom), 4.2 cm (left) and 4.2 cm (right) margins in the abstract.
  • Times New Roman font (Title: 14 pt, bold , Authors: 12 pt bold, Affiliations: 10 pt italic and Main text: 10 pt).
  • The names of authors should appear below the title, in capital/lower case, each followed by a superscript number connecting the author to the appropriate affiliation.
  • The corresponding author should be underlined. An email address of the corresponding author should be given.
  • Affiliations should appear below the names of the authors, in capital/lower case, preceded by a superscript number relating to the appropriate author above.
  • Graphic files: paste your graphics directly into the text body, preferably as WMF, JPG, GIF or PNG format. Please use only black and white graphics. Colors will be not reproduced in the printed materials which may result in losing graphic quality.
  • References should be numbered and placed in square brackets e.g. [1] and [2,3], etc., and placed below the text.
  • The file should be named using the last name of the presenting author (i.e. Smith.doc), and sent to the Symposium office by Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć. . Multiple submissions should carry the name Smith1.doc, Smith2.doc, etc.
  • Abstracts will be published in a „Book of Abstracts" which will be distributed in hard copy. Submitted abstracts whose authors would not pay the conference fee will not be published.
  • The deadline of abstract submission is 12.08.2016.

abstract_template.doc / abstract_template.odt (click to download file in a desired format).

 

SPEAKERS

A video-projector for computer (PC) based projection will be available during all sessions. Speakers are requested to design their presentations based on the program Microsoft PowerPoint or other automatically convertible (.ppt files). Files should be saved either on an USB stick (pendrive) or on a CD-disk in a PC computer (this is particularly important for Macintosh users!). Old-fashioned, single slide projection and overhead-transparencies will not be available. Speakers are kindly requested to hand-in their USB stick/CD and check them through the day before their presentation at the speakers room. 

Plenary lectures should not be longer than 40 minutes, oral communications - 20 minutes.

Many useful guidelines, tips and tricks for presenters are published at www.m62.net

 

POSTERS

Posters should be on display throughout the whole Symposium, i.e. from Monday afternoon till Thursday noon. Each poster will be scheduled for presentation during a poster session on Tuesday afternoon. A member of the presenting team (desirably the first author) should be present and adjacent to the poster at this time.

There will be a poster contest during the conference. Awards for the best posters will be funded by MS Ekspert Sp. z o.o..

The following rules apply to the preparation of posters:

  • Posters should be prepared in English.
  • Posters should be prepared in advance and brought to the conference by the author. Do not mail your poster.
  • Posters must NOT exceed 110 cm wide by 110 cm high (A0 format)
  • The title, names of the authors, institutions, city and country should be clearly indicated on the poster. Name of the presenting author should be underlined.
  • It is advisable to organise your poster in sections: introduction, results and conclusions.
  • Materials to fix posters on boards will be provided at the desk located in the poster area.
  • Posters left on the display boards will not be mailed to the authors after the conference.
  • The Organisers will not be responsible for loss or damage occurred to posters left on the panels.