Abstract Submission

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he Scientific Committee of the 7th Cereals & Europe Spring Meeting welcomes the submission of original abstracts according to the following submission guidelines the latest by 14 January 2020 26 January 2020 20/05/2020.

The abstracts submitted will be assessed, peer reviewed and grouped by topic. Accepted abstracts will be presented as oral or poster presentations. All presented abstracts as oral or poster form will be published in the book of abstracts.

Submission of abstracts & guidelines

Abstracts must be submitted not later than 14 January 2020 26 January 2020 20/05/2020 by filling in the on-line submission form available at https://cespringmeeting2020.eu/.

Abstracts received after that deadline will not be accepted.

For every accepted abstract is required for the Presenter or at least one of the co-authors to be pre-registered and to have completed the payment of the registration fees.
Each presenter may present up to 2 abstracts (either Oral or Poster or a combination of the two) by paying one registration fee.

Authors are exclusively responsible for the submission of their presentation according to the abstract submission guidelines and for submitting their abstract in due time according to the abstract submission deadline.

If guidelines are not followed, abstracts will be returned to sender/writer to correct them, if the abstract deadline hasn’t expired.

As soon as the evaluation process will be concluded, all submitted abstracts will receive comments and suggestions from the peer review process.

We recommend that you do not let the presentation of your work for the last week, as the electronic system can be overloaded and you may not be able to submit your abstract eventually.

In case you find any difficulty in submitting your abstract electronically, please contact ARTION Conferences & Events at cesm2020@artion.com.gr.

The Scientific Committee reserves the right to include a presentation according to the needs of the Conference’ Scientific Program or even change the presentation type from oral to poster.

Software Abstracts should be typed on a word processor (“.doc” or “.docx” format).

Font, size, spacing, alignment – They should be written in Calibri font 11 pt, single-spaced, without spaces between paragraphs and justified paragraph alignment.

Spacing, paragraphs The first line of paragraphs should not be indented. There should be no spaces between paragraphs: title, authors and affiliated institutions/hospitals. There should be one single space between the affiliated institutions/hospitals and the abstract text.

Title – The title should be in Bold sentence-case letters, as brief as possible (no more than two lines) and it should not contain information that reveal the source of the abstract.

Authors – All of the names should be written in the nominative in Sentence-case letters; the surname should follow the first name; and the superscript should be inserted at the end with no space. The presenter’s name should be in bold; the superscript should not be in bold. Listed names should be separated by a comma, e.g.

Maria Papadopoulou1, Alex Papadopoulos2

Address of institution – When more than one institution is mentioned, the reference superscripts should be written before the name, e.g.

Maria Papadopoulou1, Alex Papadopoulos2

1 Spine and Scoliosis Unit, “KAT” General Hospital of Attica, Greece

2 Department of Neurosurgery, 424 Army General Hospital, Thessaloniki, Greece

Topic – The topic should be one of the thematic topics of the Meeting; in Italics sentence-case letters.

Keywords – All of the keywords should be written in the nominative in Sentence-case letters; they should be separated by a semicolon, e.g. Celiac disease; enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA); gluten-free; reference material; wheat

Abstract Main Text – Prepare your abstract electronically in English as a Microsoft Office ‐ Word Document (.doc / .docx). Abstracts should fit on one side of an A4 sized page (297 x 210 mm); with a maximum of 300 words. The standard body typeface is set in Calibri font, body size 11. Set all text fonts colour to black. The body of your texts should be expressed concisely, to optimise your page space. Scientific names must always be formatted in italics but not followed by author names.

Drawings, figures and small tables are not allowed.

Abbreviations may be used after the reference has been written out in full in parentheses after the first appear in the text.

References – Type the references in the end of the main text, with a maximum number of 3. When more than one references is mentioned, the reference should be written in tactic numeration, e.g.

  1. Dura A., W. Blaszczak, C. M. Rosell. Functionality of porous starch obtained by amylase or amyloglucosidase treatments. Carbohydrate Polymers. 101 (2014) 837-845.
  2. Dura A., C. M. Rosell. Physico-chemical properties of corn starch modified with cyclodextrin glycosyltransferase. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules. 87, (2016) 466–472.
  3. Limberger-Bayer VM, de Francisco A, Chan A, Oro T, Ogliari PJ, Barreto PL. Barley â-glucans extraction and partial characterization. Food Chemistry. 2014; 154:84-89.

The abstracts submitted will be assessed, peer reviewed and grouped by topic. Accepted abstracts will be presented as oral or poster presentations. All presented abstracts as oral or poster form will be published in the book of abstracts.

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