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Phytotechnology

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Hosting Institutions

TUC

TeiofCrete

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Periferia

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The city

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Presentation Guidelines

Abstract

Please follow the guidelines indicated in ‘Registration’.

 

Platform presentation

Oral presentations should be prepared in MS Powerpoint format (ppt or pptx). The presenting authors are asked to adhere to their time limits (see below).

Regular plenary speakers (on invitation) will have 30 min, i.e., 25 minutes to present and 5 min for discussion.

Mini-plenary speakers (on invitation) will introduce the topic of their session(s) and will have 10-15 min. The purpose is to present some relevant background on the topic and shortly introduce each presentation from their session.

Platform speakers will have about 20 min, i.e., 15 min to present and 4 min for discussion.

Short platform speakers will have up to 5 min to present their poster. There will be no time for questions during the sessions. Discussions can be done during the poster sessions.

 

Poster presentation

Poster panels will be suitable for posters (Regular posters and Short platform posters) with A0 format (approx. 85 cm x 120 cm- PORTRAIT, NOT LANDSCAPE). The presenting authors should to be available during the poster sessions to present their posters (see program).

 

Awards for poster and platform presentation

During the conference, a jury will judge and rank all student poster presentations and student platform presentations.

At the closing ceremony of the conference (Friday October 3rd, 2014), the three best student posters and three best student platform presentations will be announced and awarded.

 

 

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