Once inside your Private area, when you have selected your Group
, you can start loading your abstract by clicking on the My Abstract tab. This on-line system allows you to load and work on contents in real time. The preview tab, at the bottom of this page, will allow you to preview and print your paper. Remember that you will be able to modify the abstract as many times as you wish before the submission deadline on 24 August 2017
(new deadline). Instructions1. Enter title
(no more than 250 characters, including spaces
No more than 250 characters. To conform to the guidelines, please write every word in lower case except proper nouns and the first word of the title.2. Enter abstract
(no more than 1800 characters, including spaces
If you copy and paste the text from your word processor, please select font type Arial and font size 2 once you have pasted it into the text editor. If you have any problems with the number of characters, we suggest pasting your text from a plain text notepad, and then formatting it with the text editor.IMPORTANT: Validate the details before entering details of author/s.6. Enter the details of the author/s.
Please do not write in capital letters. Please use capitals and lower case letters according to accepted writing norms. Notes:
- Ensure that you type the title, text and authors exactly as you would like them to appear later in the abstract book. To conform to the guidelines, please write every word in lower case
except proper nouns and the first word of the title.
- You may modify the abstract as many times as you wish before the submission deadline on August 24, 2017
- The number assigned to your paper (after the letter P and the number of the group) will not be definitive until the end of the approval process for all Congress abstracts
. The definitive list will be published on this website before the Congress.
- An evaluation process
will apply. Then all contributions with payment confirmed before the submission deadline and approved will appear in the official book to be published following the Congress.