Submission guidelines

Submissions

Abstracts and papers.
Authors are invited to submit their extended paper abstracts of 700-1200 words, short papers of approximately two thousand five hundred words, or full papers of up to 6,000 words (each excluding references) by the 22 st. of April 2020 through the registration and submission link, by selecting the session of their preference. Accepted contributions must be revised and resubmitted until 22 st. of May 2020. All accepted and timely submitted contributions will be referenced in the conference proceedings, using a 250-word summary only. Contributions must be submitted to one of the proposed sessions. Information about the sessions can be found in the call for contributions section.

Download the detailed submission guidelines here, and a guideline for your presentation here.

Poster-presentations
You have submitted an abstract/article for the upcoming conference. Based on the review of your work, you have been advised to give a Poster-presentation. If you accept this invitation, prepare an off-line presentation through video/Youtube etc. etcetera of (no-longer then) 3 minutes (180 seconds). How you want to present yourself is up to you (with slides, just a talking head, an animation, see for yourself what suits best). Do not forget to present yourself (name, institute and country). Tell a little bit about yourself (Are you a PhD? If so in which year? Or are you a student? Or working as a lecturer? etc. etcetera).
All Poster-presentations will be located off-line on a special section on the conference website. They can be viewed at any time during the two days of the conference. To avoid any misunderstanding: Poster-presentations are not scheduled in the regular tracks: they can be viewed at all times. The submitted material remains full ownership of the presenter.

Send in the complete and finished presentation ultimately by June 15th. Poster-submission will not be edited but put online directly. The cost of a submitting an off-line Poster presentation will be € 75,- for PHD/Students  e-ticket and € 165,-  for a standard -e-ticket.

Poster-submission will not be edited/reviewed but put online directly.
Submitting an off-line Poster-presentation gives you full access to the online conference.
All rights of the submitted video remain with the submitter and will only be shown during the conference.

Contact
For questions related to the submission process or the proposal of a session, please contact nijmegen@nbmconference.eu.