Abstracts should be written in English and submitted using the online system platform of Frontiers. During the online submission process, participants should provide the complete list of authors who contributed to the work, as well as their affiliation details. The full title of your abstract should not contain more than 500 characters and should be written in lowercase. The maximum allowed word count for the abstract is 1000 words. Your abstract should include the problem statement, used methodology, obtained results and major conclusions. Abbreviations should be properly defined. Please ensure that your abstract does not contain spelling and/or grammatical errors. No English proofreading will be done and it will be reproduced exactly as submitted if accepted. Abstracts must contain data and meet international ethical standards. You should also select the presentation type (oral and/or poster) and topic (5 main thematic preferences). References are not mandatory, but if you want to add it they must be formatted according to the author guidelines (maximum 1000 characters). You have also the option during the abstract submission of include up to two figures. No supplementary material is accepted.
The Scientific Committee may request additional information about abstracts and/or further review. Each participant can submit up to 2 abstracts, but since the number of oral presentations is limited, only one can be an oral presentation (i.e. one oral presentation and one poster or two posters). Participants with accepted abstracts must register and pay their registration fees until the scheduled deadlines. If payment is not received by the deadline (or is received after the deadline), the abstract(s) will be automatically withdrawn and will not appear in the Program and on-line Abstract Book. Presenting authors will be notified as to whether their abstracts have been accepted, as well as the date, time and type of their presentations.