- Contributions will be accepted based on quality and relevance of the submitted abstracts.
- A single-page abstract must be composed using the abstract template and guidelines provided.
- The abstract must be submitted at registration as a docx file.
- The abstract will be published as received without editing.
One contribution per participant is allowed
Oral presentations are preferred, which will include tutorial lectures, keynote lectures, and short communications. A PC (Windows, PowerPoint 2016) computer facility including a multimedia projector and a laser pointer will be available at the Workshop site. Poster presentation will be included in the Program.
Distinguished scientists will be invited to deliver tutorial lectures which are intended to cover fundamentals, recent review material, and selected illustrative results of current research of their and other groups. It is suggested to give 35-min presentation and leave 5 min for discussion.
Prominent specialists will present keynote lectures on selected "hot" topics of their research areas. It is suggested to give 17-min presentation and leave 3 min for discussion.
Young researchers are welcome to present short communications covering most exciting results of their own research. It is suggested to give 12-min presentation and leave 3 min for discussion.
A0, 1189 mm (height) × 841 mm (width)
Objective, introduction, experimental, results, and conclusions of a research accomplished as well as a minimum number of references should be presented in a poster. Maximum accepted size of a poster, in vertical orientation, is A0.
Official language of the Workshop is English.