All abstracts must be written in English (please make sure your abstract has no spelling or grammar mistakes)


All abstracts must be written in the following format:

  1. Introduction/Background: Give the information needed to present the background of your research and state clearly the objective of your study.
  2. Materials and methods: Describe the design of your scientific approach, including the materials used, the method and the statistical criteria applied.
  3. Results: State briefly the findings revealed by your study.
  4. Conclusion: Describe the outcome of your study in relation to the background and objective presented in the introduction.
  5. Key Words: add 2 –  7 key words of your abstract.
  6. WORD DOCUMENT: body – TNR12;  title TNR-14, bold
  7. WORDS: 400 – 500


Oral Presentation

  • The time for each presentation will be maximum 5 minutes followed by 2 minutes of discussions and questions.
  • Please make sure that you do not exceed the presentation time.
  • Organize your speech into paragraphs: Introduction/Background, Materials and methods, Results, Discussions, Conclusion, Future prospective, Bibliographic references


Requirements for Powerpoint

  • We recommend saving your presentation both on a USB flash disk in Office Powerpoint – version 97-2003 or 2007
  • The information displayed on the slides must be in English.
  • Do not overfill your slides with text.
  • Illustrate your points by using images, figures, schemes, charts, tables, graphs
  • Chose a simple font and an appropriate size for the text.
  • Make a backup copy of all the media files (audio, video) used in your presentation in a separate folder on the disk.
  • All PPT presentations must be send by email until one (1) week before the Congress, otherwise your participation will be cancelled


Requirements for Poster

  • All the information on the poster must be in English.
  • The size of the poster must be 120 cm x 90 cm, LANDSCAPE.
  • The title should be large enough to be seen from approximately 2m.
  • Use illustrative objects (images, figures, schemes, graphs, charts, tables) to  create a better understanding of the text.