Abstract Submission

Abstract Submission - 14th ENII EFIS EJI Summer School 2019

Abstract Submission - 14th ENII EFIS EJI Summer School 2019

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11-18 May, 2019, Porto Cervo, Olbia, Sardinia

Abstract submission Deadlines:

March 15th -  Deadline to be considered for an oral presentation
April 12th -  Final deadline for poster only and/or any text modifications
  • Abstract submission is generally expected but not mandatory. 
  • Researchers in the early stage of the project are also encouraged to submit an abstract and present a poster.
  • ALL abstracts are invited to be presented in the poster session. 
  • Selected abstracts will be invited for a short oral presentation. Oral invitations will be announced by April 8th.
  • The schedule of poster and oral presentations will be available May 3rd.
  • Poster Guidelines are given below



Required format: ALL CAPITAL LETTERS, max. 15 words

Required format: Last name First initial (ie. Beutler B, Yewdell JB, van Hayday-May A)

email address of presenting author



Maximum 180 words

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Poster Guidelines
Please prepare your poster considering that the poster support is 95 (wide) x 185cm tall, portrait format (vertical) of A1/A0 is strongly recommended).- so this is the MAXIMUM size (of course smaller is fine, about 130-135 h is appropriate)

Since some airlines charge poster tubes as extra carry on items ( low cost airlines in particular), you may want to print your poster on a foldable fabric material (like polyester fabric). You can also fold you poster or cut it in sections and put it back together on the poster support - this will not impact the evaluation by the judges.

Faculty judges will be assessing* poster presentations throughout the school and awards will be given to up to 4 poster presenters at the conclusion of the course.
*Selection criteria:
Quality of the work
Originality of the work
Presentation by student during the poster session
Design of the poster (meaning it is "clear and to-the-point", not "colourful")