Virtual symposium

Lectures and related discussions will be available to symposium participants online and then on-demand. The symposium will take place in the MS Teams application. Information about the application and how to use it you will found here.

A few days before the start of symposium, the participants will receive an access to the virtual room of the symposium provided registration and payment of the registration fee have been accomplished.

Lectures online

The presentations of the invited lectures are requested in the time format of 25 min + 5 min discussion, while the presentation of standard lectures (short communications) in the time format of 15 min + 5 min discussion. Lecturers are asked to create a PPT (PowerPoint) presentation with a recorded audio track (commentary). Instructions for creating it can be found here. After receiving an e-mail with instructions and link from the organizers, the author is then asked to record the presentation into the particular repository (access limited to the author and the organizer). If you need further information regarding the preparation of the presentation, please contact the organizers, preferably via

The lecture prepared in this way will then be launched by the session chairman at the time of the presentation according to the Program schedule. At the end of each lecture, there will be a managed real-time discussion with the speaker, who will already be connected to the live broadcast. It will also be possible to ask questions to the speaker directly during the lecture via chat. The chairman then mediate these questions and the speaker answers them in real-time during the subsequent discussion.

Posters online

Participant with a poster contribution will be invited in advance to save it in the particular repository according to the instructions they will receive by e-mail from the organizers. The authors should kindly prepare the poster preferably in PPT format, and then record it both as a PDF document and as a PNG image. Please make a poster in portrait orientation with a 16:9 (preferred) or 4:3 ratio.

Posters will be placed in a non-public repository accessible only to conference participants.


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