Note: At least one author must be registered!
Submission Deadline: Extended to 22 July 2011
Language: Abstracts are to be submitted in English (if your native language is not English, please consider enlisting the help of an English-speaking colleague in preparing the text.)
Format: Abstract files should be submitted as Rich Text Format (RTF) or as TeX formatted.
Do NOT include figures.
- full title of the abstract
- authors’ names
(first and last names, middle initial when commonly used by that author)
- institutional affiliation for each author
(use superscripted numbers after each author’s name, and a corresponding superscripted number before each institutional affiliation; use a “*” after the presenting author’s name)
- e-mail address of the presenting author (*firstname.lastname@example.org)
The structured abstract should consist of four sections, labeled:
Purpose; Methods; Results; Conclusion.
Provide an abstract of no more than 300 words (excluding section labels). The abstract should concisely and specifically describe why and how the study was performed, the essential results, and what the authors conclude from the results.
Sources of support may be acknowledged after the Conclusion section.
Include up to three references, if necessary. Number references in text consecutively, starting with .
 A. Author et al., Phys. Rev. E 124; 012345 (2005)
 B. Author et al., Brain 1; 123-145 (2007)
 C. Author et al., Clin. Neurophysiol. 16; 12-34 (2020)