All participants are invited to submit their abstract for presentations at the 4th CSBSP
To submit your abstract(s) please go to the “Abstract Application Form”. In order to standardize the abstract layout we ask you to read the preparation on this link carefully. The absolute deadline for abstract submission is set to Monday June 6th 2011. But for best system performance please submit the abstract as soon as possible and please avoid any submission within 48 hours of the deadline. Late abstracts will not be considered.
Guidelines for submission of abstracts:
- Abstracts should only be submitted together with the “Abstract Application Form” via E-mail attachments
- All abstracts must be submitted and presented in English using UK English spelling
- Abstracts must contain original material neither published nor presented elsewhere prior to June 6th 2011
Accepted abstracts are to be presented either as an oral presentation of 15 minutes (including 5 minutes discussion) or poster presentation, or oral (5 minutes) presentation of a poster. After having submitted your abstract, you will upon accept receive a confirmation by email with your personal access codes (please make sure to state your correct email address). Should you wish to make correctionsto an abstract already submitted you may use your personal access code. Corrections to abstracts can only be made up to the deadline of June 6th 2011.
At least one author must register for the conference by June 6th 2011 or advise us of withdrawal by this date. If an abstract is accepted, the presenting author must attend the congress and present it in person. If difficulties in submitting the abstract or if you need any further information, please contact the organizer by email: email@example.com
All accepted abstracts will be published in Natural History Museum’s <www.nhm.uio.no> web based Report series (ISSN 1891-8050) and made available to the participants on this page shortly prior to the 4th SBSP Conference. A printed version will be included in the conference folder, and if possible, also on a CD.
The poster exhibition will be situated in the hall below the Vestibule at the conference venue, Georg Sverdrups House. Information regarding set-up and dismantling times will be sent to the authors along with their notification.
Guidelines for a Poster format
Text should include the title, a summary, an introduction with objectives, material and methods, results, conclusions and future plans:
- Allocate the top of the poster for the title and authors as stated on the submitted abstract.
- A summary stating what was done, how you have done it, the key findings and the main results.
- The main body of the poster normally includes Introduction and Objectives (statements about the problem to solve, the characteristics to discover or the proofs to establish, ending in a description of project aims and objectives), Material and Methodology (explains the basis of the theory and technique which is used or the procedure adopted), Results (the main results of the work illustrated) and Conclusions and future plans (the main findings of the investigation with recommendations and thoughts about how the work could be progressed).
The dimensions of the poster board are 90 cm wide x 120 cm high, the size of the poster must be limited to the dimensions of the poster board. We suggest that you print your poster with standard ISO A0 size paper (841mm in width and 1189mm in height (33.11 inches x 46.82 inches).
- Results should be presented as graphs or charts. Provide a key to explain symbols or other details. You may also want to provide an interpretation of the results below each panel.
- The text and illustrations should be bold enough to be read from a distance of two meters (six feet).
The printed Poster hardcopy should be taken to the conference, and will be placed in the poster area by the author in the designated position according to the “registration Number”. Tacks and technical equipment will be available for the hanging of posters. Authors who are presenting the poster are required to stand by their poster during poster session.
NB, for an oral presentation of a poster the time limit is set to 5 minutes.
Please remove your poster after the assigned date and time. The Local Organizing Committee will not be responsible for posters that are not removed on time.