Oral presentations and posters

English is the only congress language. 

Oral presentations

In order to allow the maximum number of participants to give a talk during the congress sessions and to eliminate the number of parallel sessions, each speaker will have only 15 minutes available (including discussion). A data projector and a laptop will be available for the presentation. Please, prepare your presentation in MS Office PowerPoint for Windows or in PDF and bring it on a USB memory stick, using your last name as a file name. Users of Macintosh should export their presentation to a Windows compatible platform.

Depending on the number of talks, it may not be possible to accept all oral presentations, and some of them will have to be presented as posters. A scientific committee will evaluate all abstracts with respect to their general interest, novelty, and scientific quality. After this assessment, participants will be informed whether their presentations will be accepted as a talk or as a poster.


Posters must be 100 cm wide and 100 cm long. Posters will be mounted on the board using tape or pins. Poster boards will be situated in the foyer of the congress venue. There will be two poster sessions during the congress.