Participants are invited to submit abstracts to CC11. The abstracts will be used by the Program Committee for selection of speakers of oral presentations and posters. Accepted abstracts will be printed in an abstract booklet and distributed at the beginning of the Conference.
For every contribution a one-page abstract (including figures) should be submitted, preferably through the Abyss online system (link found below), or alternatively as an e-mail attachment sent to the organizers (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please prepare your abstract in one of the commonly used formats: MS Word (doc, docx, or rtf files). In exceptional cases (e.g. complicated equations) we accept TeX files, which should be sent as an attachment by e-mail to the CC11 Organizing Committee.
Abstract Writing Guidelines:
The abstract must be written in English and fit into the standard A4 page (210 x 297 mm) with top and bottom margins 3 cm, left and right margins 2.5 cm. Use single line spacing, Times New Roman 12 pt font, full justification.
For the TITLE use uppercase bold 14 pt Times New Roman font, centered, starting in the first line, single line spacing. Author names: starting with one line space below the title, font 12 pt, centered, name of the presenting author should be underlined. Affiliations: starting with one line space left below the author names, font 10 pt, italic, centered, single line spacing; please give e-mail address of the corresponding author in the last line.
Pictures are allowed in black and white. They should be inserted in-line. Figure captions should be arranged below the Figure with 10 pt size font, Times New Roman. Due to the relatively short format of the abstract, we do not recommend more than one picture. However, in case if there are several, they should be numbered in the same order as they appear in the text. The picture quality should provide printing resolution not less than 150 dpi. However, the total size of the abstract file including the picture should not exceed 1400 kilobytes (if submitted through Abyss system).
Equations may be created with the Microsoft Equation Editor embedded in the Ms Word, or MathType editor. Equations may be inserted inline and on a separate lines. They should be numbered in the latter case, if their amount exceeds 1 and they are referred in the text.
References  should be given after a blank line from the text body, printed with 12 pt font, single line spacing, numbered in the order as they appear in the text using square brackets .
 A. B. Name, Journal Name, Volume, page (year).
 C. D. Secondname, Journal Name, Volume, page (year).
Sample of the CC11 abstract in MsWord format can be downloaded here
Abstract submission has now ended.
Important: The author, marked in the submission system as the presenting author, must register as a participant by 15 July 2016, otherwise the abstract will be automatically removed from the programme.
If you have any questions, please contact the Congress Office (email@example.com) or CC11 Organizing Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information.
Call for abstracts starts: 1 February 2016
Early registration starts: March 2016
Financial aid applications deadline: 30 April 2016
Early registration deadline: 30 June 2016
Abstract submission deadline 22 June 2016
Manuscript submission deadline 15 August -1 September 2016