Please note that only the abstracts from speakers who have registered and paid the conference fees will be confirmed.
Upload abstract if:
Uploading begins: 20/12/2021
Uploading ends: 30/04/2022
- You are offering a free communication (single speaker).
- You are organizing a thematic session of free communications: in this case upload the abstract of the thematic session (no more than 1 organizer per session should upload the abstract).
- You are offering a free communication in a thematic session of free communications: in this case upload the abstract of your paper (single speaker).
- You are organizing a round table: in this case upload the abstract of the round table (no more than 1 organizer per round table should upload the abstract).
- You are offering a paper for a round table: in this case upload the abstract of your paper (single speaker).
- Posters (no more than 1 presenter per poster should upload the abstract).
For organisational reasons, we now kindly request you to upload the final version of your abstract (and/or of the session and/or round table you are chairing) using our dedicated platform by and no later than April 30th, 2022. You will only be able to do so after having completed your registration and payment of the participation fee here. You will then receive an email to the address you’ve entered in the Congress registration form with log-in information to access the platform https://ecfpeerflow.unive.it where you can upload your abstract.
After April 30th 2022 you will NOT be able to upload your abstract; therefore, your abstract will NOT be published in the Congress proceedings (the title of your paper and your name will ONLY appear in the Programme).
Guidelines for the drafting of abstracts: The abstracts for Round Tables, Thematic Sessions, Free Communications, and Posters must be approximately 650 characters long, spaces included. It is recommended that the text be neither significantly shorter nor significantly longer than this. Each participant must upload his or her abstract in its final version: the abstracts will then be proofread and revised for consistency, if necessary, by the editors of the Proceedings. No further interventions, final approval and correction of drafts by the authors are foreseen. The abstract must provide a clear and separate summary of the paper to be presented at the Congress. It must not contain any footnotes or bibliographical references. The abstract must provide a succinct presentation of the contents, aim, and methodology of the paper, along with any other information useful to define its focus.