Presentations at the conference will be organized in parallel sessions within thematic streams. A presentation requires the submission of an abstract (max. 1800 characters (incl. spaces), no formulas or mathematical notation, English is preferred but German is also possible). The first author of an abstract is supposed to give the speech. Each attendee is allowed to present one paper at the conference.
The abstract submission was possible until
April 30 May 9, 2016 (extended).
As usual the actual submission is handled by the web-based EURO-online conference tool.
If you do not already have a EURO-online account, for example from previous GOR or EURO conferences,
you will need to create
Submitted abstracts are assessed and managed by the respective stream chairs. Acceptance notifications have been sent by e-mail until May 31. All accepted abstracts will be scheduled as oral presentations, provided that the presenting author (i.e. the first author of an abstract) registers until June 15 and then pays the applicable conference fee (after having received an e-mail with the invoice and payment details a few days later).
You may check your submitted abstract at the abstract submission page (at EURO-online).
On the linked page (when being logged in), either follow "Please use the abstract submission form."
for contributed abstracts (and then select an appropriate stream), or use an invitation code for submitting an invited abstract.
For inclusion in the final programme and in the conference materials, the first authors of accepted abstracts (notifications are due May 31, 2016) need to register until June 15, 2016.
There will be a printed post-conference proceedings volume(to be published by Springer next year). Authors of accepted abstracts are invited to submit a 6-page manuscript until
July 15 August 8, 2016 (optional).
If you have any problems or questions concerning abstract submission, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.