Plant and Crop Sciences 2020

Abstract and Presentation Guidelines

  • Congress Language: English, Please remember that all presentations are in English. No exceptions are made.
  • Who may submit an abstract - Plant and Crop sciences researchers.
  • Payment - There is no fee for abstract submission.
  • Meeting Registration - Meeting registration is required for all contributed speaker/poster presenters. Invited/Keynote speakers will receive detailed instructions, regarding registration in their invitational letter.
  • Deadlines - Abstracts that do not arrive by the submission deadline will be placed in a post-deadline session.
  • Time - Invited speakers are given 25 minutes with 5 minutes for discussion. Contributed speakers are 15 minutes in duration with 2 minutes for discussion. Discussion is often vital to work presented, and these times will be strictly adhered to.
  • Multiple papers - Any presenter may give a maximum of one invited talk (including panel participation) and one oral contributed talk at each meeting.
  • Length of Abstracts and format - Abstracts, including biography and research work, must be 350 words or less. The program chairperson and the editors reserve the right to edit abstracts, if necessary, for clarity, grammar, style, and length. Please find the sample template.
  • Poster Presentations and best poster - Poster presentation guidelines and poster dimensions and best poster award details are mentioned in the Best Poster Awards
  • Acceptance/Scheduling - You will be notified of your acceptance through acceptance mail.
  • Audio/Visual Equipment - Conference venue will provide a LCD projector w/sound for video and a microphone in each session room. There will be technicians/volunteers in the room should any problems occur with the audio-visual equipment. Please seek their support if you require this at any time during your presentation.
  • Laptops - Conference technical team will provide windows system at the lectern. Personal laptops should not be used unless under unavoidable conditions. No videos will be recorded. Users of MAC system should assure the compatibility of their presentation with the Windows system used at the lectern.
  • Presentation format: Preferred format is PPT.doc or PPT.docx. Keep the number of slides to a minimum and each slide should be concise, uncluttered and readable from a distance; include only keywords and phrases for visual reinforcement. Avoid lengthy text.
  • Upload your presentation - you can always upload your presentation (save the presentation on a USB Flash drive) at the lectern during the break preceding your scheduled presentation.
  • Photographs - Please note that some sessions may be photographed for further conference promotional use. If you do not wish to be photographed, please contact us or inform the photographer.