Frequently asked question
- What does virtual e-conference totally held in on-line mode mean?
CSP will be held on the same dates, however everyone will get the link to join the conference from any place in the world. There is no need to travel.
- What will the presentation look like?
Oral sessions : presenting authors are kindly asked to prepare a recording of their presentation (for reasons of network robustness). During the session, the chairpersons and presenting authors will be connected to an online meeting, while the other participants will attend that meeting on the application. While looking at that presentation, attendees will be able to ask questions by chatting on the application. The chairperson will select the questions to be asked and the authors will answer them orally.
Requirements for the standard presentations are : max. duration 13 min, format .mp4 or .avi
Requirements for the student’s session presentations are : max. duration 7 min, format .mp4 or .avi
- I have already uploaded my paper. Do I need to upload it again ? Can I modify it ?
You do not need to upload it again. And you will be able to modify it as many times as you wish using the link provided to the authors.
- Do I need to send the whole article or abstract only?
If you wish your article to be published in the Scopus and Google Scholar listed journal, you need to send the whole article, however it is not required for participation. We only kindly ask you to provide an abstract during registration process to present your research.
- I am an exhibitor at CSP. What should I do to be an exhibitor at CSP?
The organizers will contact you individually. If needed, you can ask for details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- I would like to cancel my participation. How can I do that ?
In the early stage there is a possibility to get the full refund, however the organizing committee reserves the right not to refund the fee after the deadline. Write an email to the organization with the exact reference of your registration. If applicable, also indicate the reference of the paper.