Late abstracts are still welcome until June 17, in particular for "Tasks" and "Case Studies"!
Abstracts can be submitted for two types of contributions to the program:

Task or case study

We have envisioned time-blocks of the program in which open questions and actual cases can be presented and discussed in depth. Tasks shall allow to discuss and reflect on open questions of a complex planning or design problem. Case studies shall focus on existing cases.

Authors who wish to present and discuss their task or case study can submit a 1-page abstract of their task/case study. Authors of accepted tasks/case studies will receive a fixed amount of time in the program (exact amount of time will depend on the number of accepted case studies) in which they can shortly introduce their case study and then moderate the following discussion.

Have a look at the concept of "Tasks" and "Case Studies" (PDF, 457 kB) for more details.

To submit an abstract for a task or case study, please follow this procedure:

  • Dowload the template here and save it on your computer
  • Prepare your abstract by typing title, authors and text into the downloaded template. Please do not change fonts and formatting
  • Please do not include tables, figures, keywords and references in the abstract. The total length of the finished abstract must not exceed the 1-page length of the template document

Fill the task/case study abstract submission form (link below), upload your 1-page abstract and submit the form.

Please be reminded of the following:

  • Abstracts must be submitted by the author that will present the case study at the conference. All follow-up correspondence will be sent to the email address indicated in the form
  • Authors submitting a task or case study abstract are welcome to submit one or more abstracts for an oral or poster presentation (see above), but if the task or case study is accepted and included in a session, any additional abstract will only be accepted as poster (i.e. no more than one talking slot -presentation or case study- per person
  • If your task or case study is not accepted for inclusion in a case study session, it can still be presented it in form of a poster

Click here to access the task/case study abstract submission form.

 

Presentation (oral or poster)

A number of time slots are available for oral presentations in the parallel sessions. The broad topics of the sessions are listed here. The session titles will be finalized after the evaluation and review of the received sessions proposals is over and an update will be published on the program page.

Time slots for the oral presentations will be a total of 30 minutes (15 minutes for the talk and 15 minutes for discussion).

Some selected posters will also receive a short time slot for a flash introduction of the poster during a parallel session.

To submit an abstract for an oral or poster presentation, please follow this procedure:

  • Download the presentation abstract template here and save it on your computer
  • Prepare your abstract by typing title, authors and text into the downloaded template. Please do not change fonts and formatting
  • Please do not include tables, figures, keywords and references in the abstract. The total length of the finished abstract must not exceed the 1-page length of the template document
  • Fill the "Abstract for presentation" submission form, upload your 1-page abstract and submit the form

Please be reminded of the following:

  • Abstracts must be submitted by the author that will present the work at the conference. All follow-up correspondence will be sent to the email address indicated in the form
  • It is possible to submit more than one abstract per author, but no more than one oral presentation per author will be assigned. Please send one form for each abstract
  • Your choice of oral or poster presentation is indicative. We will do our best to accommodate all the requests for oral presentations, but the final decision will be made upon abstracts review based on the quality of the abstracts and the availability of time slots. It is possible, therefore, that not all requests for oral presentation will be accepted

Click here to access the presentation abstract submission form.