Short abstracts (maximum of 350 words) should be submitted by November 30, 2018.
The abstract should include:
- Title of the paper
- Name of the authors, affiliations and email address
- Summary of the objectives, main findings and results
- Key topic (see key topics)
- Intention to give an oral or poster presentation
The basic criteria when selecting papers for oral presentations is how well they fit into the philosophy of developing an improved modelling culture where modellers as well as regulators and users will efficiently use each other’s experience. When submitting abstracts authors are requested to motivate how their paper relates to the underlying main theme of the conference: Harmonisation within modelling in a broad sense (see the abstract submission form).
Special sessions may be arranged on model evaluation exercises and other topics within the scope of the conference. If you have suggestions for special sessions please contact the organisers as soon as possible. Information on special sessions and exercises will be posted on the conference web site and in the second announcement.