Abstracts (overviews) are limited to 3000 words in length, and must be presented on a single page. Time allotted for oral presentations will be 20 to 50 minutes, as determined by the committee.
The author must certify that no prior copyright or IP issue or ownership applies to their papers. Once a presentation is accepted, content may not be significantly revised prior to presentation at the annual summit. The summit is not responsible for any copyright and IP issue, but authors themselves.
Each abstract submission will include a computer diskette (or email attachment). Submissions and supporting diskettes and documentation will not be returned to you.
Timely submission will allow the committee an early decision regarding your paper or abstract.
The document should be in Microsoft Word (*.doc), the document should be named as author's name, the content should be in English and author's autobiography is obligatory.
The paper or abstract should be attached by author's name, telephone number, detail address of affiliated institution, post code and e-mail address.
The following format is for your reference. If necessary, please Download abstract template here.
Please submit your abstract in the template of sample to email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The acceptance notification will be received in 7 working days by email if it is approved by the scientific advisory members.
By submitting abstract to the organizer,
1. You grant permission to ISTCI to use your submitted abstracts, pictures for conference purposes.
2. Abstracts will be published exactly as submitted. No editing of abstract texts will be done. However, failure to comply with the format of abstract template may be corrected by the meeting organizers.
3. After submission, abstracts cannot be changed by the authors anymore. In case of any changes, the authors should submit a revised abstract to the program coordinator to replace the original abstract.
4. Accepted abstracts will be published in the Conference Proceedings. The authors are responsible for any Intellectual Property issues concerning the abstracts on their own.
Submit a paper and an abstract deadline: June 30th, 2020.