Call for abstracts
On behalf of the NSPC2017 organizing committee, you are cordially invited to present your own work, experience, views, on some of the main themes or any other area that you experience as relevant, at the conference.
Abstracts may be presented:
- in workshops: starting with a short presentation by the workshop leaders followed by group work and participant discussion
- as oral presentations in Research topics -sections: consisting of a 15 minutes’ presentation followed by 5 minutes’ discussion
- in 3MT® (Three-Minute Thesis): instead of traditional poster presentations, presented in a single static PowerPoint slide with a 3-minute presentation of spoken word. The Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is an academic research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland (UQ), Australia.
The call for abstracts was closed in January 15th 2017. Each abstract will be subject to a review process. Decisions about acceptance or rejection as well as requests for changes will be notified to the corresponding author as soon as possible, February 2017 the latest.
Authors who wish to submit papers for NSPC2017 must first submit an abstract. By submitting an abstract, the sender and other authors of the abstract agree on the terms and requirements presented in Detailed instructions for abstracts.
The rights for any changes are restrained.