38th Mycotoxin Workshop, Berlin, May 02 - 04, 2016
Scientific contributions (talks and posters) can be submitted online until 29th Feb. 2016. Apart from the usual session topics (analytical developments, biosynthesis, toxicology, animal
and human health, etc.) there will be two special sessions on inhalative exposure and co-occurrence/co-exposure to mycotoxins.
We are looking forward to your contributions.
The following formats can be used for presentations: PowerPoint (pptx), Open Office (odp), Libre Office (odp) or PDF. Provide your presentation on a memory stick in the break before your section at the latest. Attaching a laptop (Mac, Linux with a VGA output) directly to the beamer will be permitted only in exceptional cases. The time for a presentation is limited to 15 min including discussion; we recommend to use 10 min for the talk and 5 min for discussion.
Posters should be printed in DIN A0 format (1189 mm height, 841 mm width). The poster should include the title and authors' names (presenting author underlined) in the same order as in the abstract submitted for the proceedings. Drawing pins for the attachment of posters to poster walls will be provided.
Abstract format and submission
Submission of contributions is only possible after successful registration for the Workshop.
The abstract must not exceed 1 page A4 (12 pt Arial) including title/affiliations, any tables, figures. Please consider the following requirements for the online abstract submission system:
The abstract, the abstract book and respective indexes (list of authors, etc.) are generated automatically. In order to process the data in the correct way you will be asked to fill in the data sets separately (authors, affiliations, title, abstract,...). The text can be copied from e.g. Word into the respective fields. Please consider the maximum characters for the title (200), the abstract text (2200), and the acknowledgement (300). Figures can be uploaded in the last step of the submission process.
The abstract submission is already closed for this years workshop