To apply for oral presentation please submit the abstract of your contribution written in English via registration system and select the session you want to present your results. Abstracts will be reviewed and evaluated on the basis of scientific merit, novelty and practical application. Authors will be informed about acceptation or their contribution for oral presentation by e-mail. Length of oral presentation is 20 minutes unless otherwise stated (for detailed information see Scientific Program).
Speakers are encouraged to submit their presentations before the morning session is started. They will be given the opportunity to go through their slides in the break prior the start of their session.
If you cannot meet your commitment to deliver an oral presentation, please, kindly provide a replacement speaker on the same or relevant topic and immediately inform the Organizing Committee via e-mail.
In case of any difficulties (delay to the conference, illness, etc.) please contact immediately the members of Organizing Committee via e-mail.
Please upload your abstract via the registration system (choose Section 2-Contribution and Abstract).
The abstract text should not exceed 300 words. Use the menu of the submission frame to introduce special characters and formatting (e.g. Greek letters, sub/superscripts). Citations may be added in the format:  or [2,3] or [1–3]. Examples of reference formatting are given below. The number of references should be kept to a minimum. Do not supply tables, figures, photographs or schemes. The abstract may be divided into paragraphs. E-mail address of the presenting author should be supplied together with his/her affiliation. Do not submit e-mail addresses of other co-authors.
1. Darmostuk M., Rimpelova S., Gbelcova H., Ruml T. Current approaches in SELEX: An update to aptamer selection technology. Biotech. Adv. 2015, 33(6) 1141-1161.
2. Hola K., Markova Z., Zoppellaro G., Tucek J., Zboril R. Tailored functionalization of iron oxide nanoparticles for MRI, drug delivery, magnetic separation and immobilization of biosubstances. Biotech. Adv. in press (DOI: 10.1016/j.biotechadv.2015.02.003).