All scientific contributions (communications and posters), obviously unpublished, can be presented in Abstract format starting from today and until and no later than1 July 2019.For the editorial rules, applythe ones shown on the AIIAD website regarding the Italian Journal of Freshwater Ichthyology (Istructions for Authors, with particolar reference to point 11).
The decision to accept contributions as poster or communication will be taken by the Organizing Committee after Scientific Committee consultation; the authors are however invited to suggest, at the sending time of the contribution, the preferred method (communication or poster) for the presentation. Only the works attached to the registration form and to the payment receipt of the expected fee will be taken into consideration.
The abstracts will be published, after acceptance by the referees, in a small volume that will be delivered to the participants together with the Congress programme, at the delivery time of the congress material.
The paper in extended format (max 6 pages) must be delivered before the presentation to the Congress. Before acceptance for publication, the works will be examined with a double-blind peer referral process by one or more members of the scientific committee or by other experts.
We recommended to review the information of the magazine Info. In particular the section policies of the magazine, and the author guidelines. Authors make the first submission to the journal (after contribution acceptance); after registering on the magazine's website, log in and begin the guided process in 5 steps.
Works will be divided into plenary sessions moderated by one or more chairmans. Each session will include the oral presentation in the communications room with a maximum duration of 15 minutes for each contributio, with the support of images and related texts in English. The poster locations (maximum dimensions 120 x 90 cm) will be set up at the Congress venue;compatibly with the number of contributions, an oral illustration of the posters can also be provided, with methods and times that will eventually be defined with the next circulars.
Official Languages: Italian and English.