The abstract should contain enough information for it to be evaluated for its acceptance, with a maximum length of 500 words.
After acceptance, authors will have the possibility to submit an extended version of the accepted abstract, with no more than 6 pages, to be printed in the book of abstracts.
The authors should specify if they would like their paper to be considered for a Special Issue in Mathematical Geosciences.
Each oral presentation is allotted a 15 minutes time slot, plus 5 minutes for questions and discussion. Please kindly check the program for the scheduled time of your presentation.
Please upload and check your presentation files directly in your session’s room. You should upload your files any day before or by 3 hours prior to your session of presentation at the latest.
You are required to bring your presentation in either PPT or PDF format to the conference on a USB stick. We strongly advise that, in case of unforeseen circumstances, you bring an extra copy of all presentation files, and ensure you also have a copy available from a suitable area on the internet that is generally accessible. The presentation screen size is standard format.
You are also advised to meet your session chair in the presentation room during the break before the beginning of your session.
The recommended poster size is portrait A0 (W 84.1cm × H 118.9cm).
You are required to display your poster in the designated area on the first morning of the conference. Material to display the posters will be provided.