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1 Introduction This author kit is designed to assist you in preparing your sub-mission. It is an exact representation of the format expected by the editor. This example provides all the information you re-quire to comply with the submission standards for Abstracts. To ensure that the greatest opportunity for participation is made available to researchers and institutions, authors may appear in multiple submissions but may have only ONE ab-stract submission considered where they are the primary or first author. The body of the text of the submission is a set of body text paragraphs defined as follows: 10pt Times font Single space, defined as 12pt Spacing before is 3pt Spacing after is 3pt There is no indentation for the first line of a paragraph There is one level of allowed bulleting: This is the bullet level Materials and Methods If selected, your abstract will be published as part of the Con-ference Proceedings. Manuscript content should, in general, be organized in the fol-lowing order. Introduction Methods Results Discussion Acknowledgments Address for correspondence Abstracts are limited to ONE PAGE of two-column format. The font used throughout the abstract is Times. The abstract size is A4 (i.e., 210 x 297mm), two-column format with a 2.5cm margin at the top, a 2.5cm margin at the bottom, 1cm margins on the left and right with a 1cm space between the two columns. Lines are single spaced, justified. The title of the abstract should be in 14 pt bold and be centred over both columns; the title should have 60 pts space above (2 cm) and 12 pts below. Author names should be in 12 pt bold with 12 pts above and 12 pts below. Given names should precede the family name. In-dexes to author addresses are superscript, sequential alphabeti-cal lettering commencing at a (a, b, c….) Author affiliations should be in 10 pt italic with regular line spacing. The address for correspondence for the lead author is to be included at the end of the abstract. Results Abstracts conforming to these guidelines must be submitted via to the secretariat before the deadline. First authors of submissions will be notified of acceptance or rejection. Discussion Abstracts should be prepared as Microsoft Word.doc files (and NOT as pdf files) and should be sent according to the instruc-tions available. Acknowledgments Remember to thank those that have supported you and your work. Address for correspondence Lead author contact details go here. Title line 1 (use Shift+Enter) to break the line Title line 2 Author Name(s) and institution affiliation

2 Title line 1 (use Shift+Enter) to break the line Title line 2 Introduction This author kit is designed to assist you in preparing your sub-mission. It is an exact representation of the format expected by the editor. This example provides all the information you re-quire to comply with the submission standards for Abstracts. To ensure that the greatest opportunity for participation is made available to researchers and institutions, authors may appear in multiple submissions but may have only ONE ab-stract submission considered where they are the primary or first author. The body of the text of the submission is a set of body text paragraphs defined as follows: 10pt Times font Single space, defined as 12pt Spacing before is 3pt Spacing after is 3pt There is no indentation for the first line of a paragraph There is one level of allowed bulleting: This is the bullet level Materials and Methods If selected, your abstract will be published as part of the Con-ference Proceedings. Manuscript content should, in general, be organized in the fol-lowing order. Introduction Methods Results Discussion Acknowledgments Address for correspondence Abstracts are limited to ONE PAGE of two-column format. The font used throughout the abstract is Times. The abstract size is A4 (i.e., 210 x 297mm), two-column format with a 2.5cm margin at the top, a 2.5cm margin at the bottom, 1cm margins on the left and right with a 1cm space between the two columns. Lines are single spaced, justified. The title of the abstract should be in 14 pt bold and be centred over both columns; the title should have 60 pts space above (2 cm) and 12 pts below. Author names should be in 12 pt bold with 12 pts above and 12 pts below. Given names should precede the family name. In-dexes to author addresses are superscript, sequential alphabeti-cal lettering commencing at a (a, b, c….) Author affiliations should be in 10 pt italic with regular line spacing. The address for correspondence for the lead author is to be included at the end of the abstract. Results Abstracts conforming to these guidelines must be submitted via to the secretariat before the deadline. First authors of submissions will be notified of acceptance or rejection. Discussion Abstracts should be prepared as Microsoft Word.doc files (and NOT as pdf files) and should be sent according to the instruc-tions available. Acknowledgments Remember to thank those that have supported you and your work. Address for correspondence Lead author contact details go here. Author Name(s) and institution affiliation

3 Title line 1 (use Shift+Enter) to break the line Title line 2 Introduction This author kit is designed to assist you in preparing your sub-mission. It is an exact representation of the format expected by the editor. This example provides all the information you re-quire to comply with the submission standards for Abstracts. To ensure that the greatest opportunity for participation is made available to researchers and institutions, authors may appear in multiple submissions but may have only ONE ab-stract submission considered where they are the primary or first author. The body of the text of the submission is a set of body text paragraphs defined as follows: 10pt Times font Single space, defined as 12pt Spacing before is 3pt Spacing after is 3pt There is no indentation for the first line of a paragraph There is one level of allowed bulleting: This is the bullet level Materials and Methods If selected, your abstract will be published as part of the Con-ference Proceedings. Manuscript content should, in general, be organized in the fol-lowing order. Introduction Methods Results Discussion Acknowledgments Address for correspondence Abstracts are limited to ONE PAGE of two-column format. The font used throughout the abstract is Times. The abstract size is A4 (i.e., 210 x 297mm), two- column format with a 2.5cm margin at the top, a 2.5cm margin at the bottom, 1cm margins on the left and right with a 1cm space between the two columns. Lines are single spaced, justified. Author Name(s) and institution affiliation

4 Introduction This author kit is designed to assist you in preparing your sub-mission. It is an exact representation of the format expected by the editor. This example provides all the information you re-quire to comply with the submission standards for Abstracts. To ensure that the greatest opportunity for participation is made available to researchers and institutions, authors may appear in multiple submissions but may have only ONE ab-stract submission considered where they are the primary or first author. The body of the text of the submission is a set of body text paragraphs defined as follows: 10pt Times font Single space, defined as 12pt Spacing before is 3pt Spacing after is 3pt There is no indentation for the first line of a paragraph There is one level of allowed bulleting: This is the bullet level Materials and Methods If selected, your abstract will be published as part of the Con-ference Proceedings. Manuscript content should, in general, be organized in the fol-lowing order. Introduction Methods Results Discussion Acknowledgments Address for correspondence Abstracts are limited to ONE PAGE of two-column format. The font used throughout the abstract is Times. The abstract size is A4 (i.e., 210 x 297mm), two-column format with a 2.5cm margin at the top, a 2.5cm margin at the bottom, 1cm margins on the left and right with a 1cm space between the two columns. Lines are single spaced, justified. The title of the abstract should be in 14 pt bold and be centred over both columns; the title should have 60 pts space above (2 cm) and 12 pts below. Author names should be in 12 pt bold with 12 pts above and 12 pts below. Given names should precede the family name. In-dexes to author addresses are superscript, sequential alphabeti-cal lettering commencing at a (a, b, c….) Author affiliations should be in 10 pt italic with regular line spacing. The address for correspondence for the lead author is to be included at the end of the abstract. Results Abstracts conforming to these guidelines must be submitted via to the secretariat before the deadline. First authors of submissions will be notified of acceptance or rejection. Discussion Abstracts should be prepared as Microsoft Word.doc files (and NOT as pdf files) and should be sent according to the instruc-tions available. Acknowledgments Remember to thank those that have supported you and your work. Address for correspondence Lead author contact details go here. Title line 1 (use Shift+Enter) to break the line Title line 2 Author Name(s) and institution affiliation

5 Introduction This author kit is designed to assist you in preparing your sub-mission. It is an exact representation of the format expected by the editor. This example provides all the information you re-quire to comply with the submission standards for Abstracts. To ensure that the greatest opportunity for participation is made available to researchers and institutions, authors may appear in multiple submissions but may have only ONE ab-stract submission considered where they are the primary or first author. The body of the text of the submission is a set of body text paragraphs defined as follows: 10pt Times font Single space, defined as 12pt Spacing before is 3pt Spacing after is 3pt There is no indentation for the first line of a paragraph There is one level of allowed bulleting: This is the bullet level Materials and Methods If selected, your abstract will be published as part of the Con-ference Proceedings. Manuscript content should, in general, be organized in the fol-lowing order. Introduction Methods Results Discussion Acknowledgments Address for correspondence Abstracts are limited to ONE PAGE of two-column format. The font used throughout the abstract is Times. The abstract size is A4 (i.e., 210 x 297mm), two-column format with a 2.5cm margin at the top, a 2.5cm margin at the bottom, 1cm margins on the left and right with a 1cm space between the two columns. Lines are single spaced, justified. The title of the abstract should be in 14 pt bold and be centred over both columns; the title should have 60 pts space above (2 cm) and 12 pts below. Author names should be in 12 pt bold with 12 pts above and 12 pts below. Given names should precede the family name. In-dexes to author addresses are superscript, sequential alphabeti-cal lettering commencing at a (a, b, c….) Author affiliations should be in 10 pt italic with regular line spacing. The address for correspondence for the lead author is to be included at the end of the abstract. Results Abstracts conforming to these guidelines must be submitted via to the secretariat before the deadline. First authors of submissions will be notified of acceptance or rejection. Discussion Abstracts should be prepared as Microsoft Word.doc files (and NOT as pdf files) and should be sent according to the instruc-tions available. Acknowledgments Remember to thank those that have supported you and your work. Address for correspondence Lead author contact details go here. Title line 1 (use Shift+Enter) to break the line Title line 2 Author Name(s) and institution affiliation

6 Introduction This author kit is designed to assist you in preparing your sub-mission. It is an exact representation of the format expected by the editor. This example provides all the information you re-quire to comply with the submission standards for Abstracts. To ensure that the greatest opportunity for participation is made available to researchers and institutions, authors may appear in multiple submissions but may have only ONE ab-stract submission considered where they are the primary or first author. The body of the text of the submission is a set of body text paragraphs defined as follows: 10pt Times font Single space, defined as 12pt Spacing before is 3pt Spacing after is 3pt There is no indentation for the first line of a paragraph There is one level of allowed bulleting: This is the bullet level Materials and Methods If selected, your abstract will be published as part of the Con-ference Proceedings. Manuscript content should, in general, be organized in the fol-lowing order. Introduction Methods Results Discussion Acknowledgments Address for correspondence Abstracts are limited to ONE PAGE of two-column format. The font used throughout the abstract is Times. The abstract size is A4 (i.e., 210 x 297mm), two-column format with a 2.5cm margin at the top, a 2.5cm margin at the bottom, 1cm margins on the left and right with a 1cm space between the two columns. Lines are single spaced, justified. The title of the abstract should be in 14 pt bold and be centred over both columns; the title should have 60 pts space above (2 cm) and 12 pts below. Author names should be in 12 pt bold with 12 pts above and 12 pts below. Given names should precede the family name. In-dexes to author addresses are superscript, sequential alphabeti-cal lettering commencing at a (a, b, c….) Author affiliations should be in 10 pt italic with regular line spacing. The address for correspondence for the lead author is to be included at the end of the abstract. Results Abstracts conforming to these guidelines must be submitted via to the secretariat before the deadline. First authors of submissions will be notified of acceptance or rejection. Discussion Abstracts should be prepared as Microsoft Word.doc files (and NOT as pdf files) and should be sent according to the instruc-tions available. Acknowledgments Remember to thank those that have supported you and your work. Address for correspondence Lead author contact details go here. Title line 1 (use Shift+ Enter) to break the line Title line 2 Author Name(s) and institution affiliation

7 Introduction This author kit is designed to assist you in preparing your sub-mission. It is an exact representation of the format expected by the editor. This example provides all the information you re-quire to comply with the submission standards for Abstracts. To ensure that the greatest opportunity for participation is made available to researchers and institutions, authors may appear in multiple submissions but may have only ONE ab-stract submission considered where they are the primary or first author. The body of the text of the submission is a set of body text paragraphs defined as follows: 10pt Times font Single space, defined as 12pt Spacing before is 3pt Spacing after is 3pt There is no indentation for the first line of a paragraph There is one level of allowed bulleting: This is the bullet level Materials and Methods If selected, your abstract will be published as part of the Con-ference Proceedings. Manuscript content should, in general, be organized in the fol-lowing order. Introduction Methods Results Discussion Acknowledgments Address for correspondence Abstracts are limited to ONE PAGE of two-column format. The font used throughout the abstract is Times. The abstract size is A4 (i.e., 210 x 297mm), two-column format with a 2.5cm margin at the top, a 2.5cm margin at the bottom, 1cm margins on the left and right with a 1cm space between the two columns. Lines are single spaced, justified. The title of the abstract should be in 14 pt bold and be centred over both columns; the title should have 60 pts space above (2 cm) and 12 pts below. Author names should be in 12 pt bold with 12 pts above and 12 pts below. Given names should precede the family name. In-dexes to author addresses are superscript, sequential alphabeti-cal lettering commencing at a (a, b, c….) Author affiliations should be in 10 pt italic with regular line spacing. The address for correspondence for the lead author is to be included at the end of the abstract. Results Abstracts conforming to these guidelines must be submitted via to the secretariat before the deadline. First authors of submissions will be notified of acceptance or rejection. Discussion Abstracts should be prepared as Microsoft Word.doc files (and NOT as pdf files) and should be sent according to the instruc-tions available. Acknowledgments Remember to thank those that have supported you and your work. Address for correspondence Lead author contact details go here. Title line 1 (use Shift+Enter) to break the line Title line 2 Author Name(s) and institution affiliation


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