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Call for Papers / Abstract Guidelines

The organizers invite prospective authors to submit abstracts of papers for presentation at the conference. Abstracts should be submitted in English.

The call for papers is open.

Abstracts should be submitted before 30th of November 2020. Authors will be notified by the organizing committee whether their abstract has been accepted for presentation via E-Mail before 31st of January 2021.

Submission of Abstracts

You can submit abstracts without firmly registering to the ISCM symposium. With the submission of an abstract you only will be pre-registered to the conference, which is not binding. Nevertheless, in order to give an accepted presentation on the symposium it is required that the presenting author registers firmly to the symposium. Therefore with the acceptance notification, we will provide you with a link under which you will have the possibility to finalize your registration, which will then be binding.

Abstracts must be submitted electronically. Please submit the electronic version of your abstract as a pdf-file by online procedure on the conference website via pull-down menu “Abstract Submission”, before 30th of November 2020. Abstracts sent by fax or email will not be considered.

All abstracts must be submitted via the Conference Website SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT here. An abstract that has already been submitted can be edited using the same link.

Please follow all instructions carefully before submitting an abstract. All abstracts must be submitted in English, the official language of the conference.

Abstract should not exceed a DIN A4 page in Arial Font size 11, name the title of the presentation as well as all authors and their affiliation and should contain a meaningful image which underlines the content.

The selection of papers will be made based on the following criteria:

  • General interest of the subject
  • Relevance to the subjects covered by the symposium
  • Originality of the material presented
  • Clarity of the abstract

Presentation Information and Instructions

Oral Presentation Guidelines will follow soon.