Abstract Submission Made Easy
Help reviewers from the Advisory Committees understand and evaluate your project
Keep your abstract short:
» It should not exceed 3,000 characters
» No pictures, graphics, references and mathematical equations to be included
» General scope
» Main results obtained
» Methods used
» Relevance of the subject matter
» Major conclusions drawn
Nature of your work
Indicate on which data the abstract is based on:
» Field data
» Lab data
» Original analysis, technology
Level of expertise
Indicate if it is:
» A master thesis, a Ph.D. thesis
» A research project
» An observation study etc.
If you have gathered all information regarding your abstract, don’t hesitate and submit your abstract.
The official Call for Papers has been closed as of 31 May 2022.
If you wish to submit a late abstract, just contact us per email.