Submit your Abstract

You will be able to submit your abstract after creating an account in the Registration section.

After creating your account, please log in using your email and your chosen password. Fill in your personal details and register for the conference DOC 2019. You will be able to upload your abstract on the section "DOC" of the registration form.

You are allowed to edit your registration data and upload a new version of your abstract at any time before the registration/abstract submission deadline on February 15, 2019. Please note that upon uploading a new version of abstract the previously uploaded version will be deleted permanently from our servers.

What is an Abstract

The abstract is is a brief, clear summary of the information in your presentation. It should:

  1. explain, why your work is important;
  2. describe the objective(s) of your work;
  3. briefly explain the methods of your research;
  4. briefly state results, conclusions and recommendations.
If this is your first time preparing a conference abstract, try reading some general tips on abstract preparation:

Technical Details

Only abstracts in LaTeX (*.tex) file format are accepted.

If you are having trouble learning LaTeX, you can use one of the various online LaTeX editors or you can contact the conference organizers, and we might be able to help you out.

Please use the template above to prepare Your abstract.

Size of the abstract is limited to one A5 page.

Name your abstract file name-surname.tex (or .odt), replacing name-surname with your name and surname.

Figures and Tables are allowed. All figures must be submitted in either *.pdf or *.eps format along with the abstract file. Name your image files as name-surname-fig1.pdf (or .eps), replacing name-surname with your name and surname.
Colour images will be included only in the electronic version of the Book of Abstracts. Printed version will feature grayscale images only. If your color image looks bad in grayscale, please, add a separate version of the image to be included in printed version of the Book of Abstracts. Name the grayscale image as name-surname-fig1-grayscale.pdf (or .eps).

If your abstract contains figures, compress your abstract file and all image files in a *.zip archive naming it name-surname.zip, again, replacing name-surname with your name and surname.
No directory structure is allowed within the *.zip archive! Please, make sure your *.zip archive does not contain additional folders, or you will not be able to upload it!

Your abstract will be compiled automatically when uploaded. XeLaTeX will be used to compile the *.tex file into a *.pdf.
If the compilation is successful, you will receive a message "Compilation succesful: created file Name-Surname.pdf".
In case of an error you will be notified immediately. Please correct the errors in your abstract file and upload it again!
 

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