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Important dates

Term for active participant registration: 2nd January 2022 23:59
Term for abstract submission: 2nd January 2022 23:59

Please note that the term for registration of active participants will not be postponed.
Term for proceedings paper submission (will receive an ISBN): 8th February 2022 23:59
Term for passive participant registration (with no contribution): until full capacity


Active participants
on or before 31st December 2021 – 60 euro

on or after 1st January 2022 – 80 euro

Passive participants
at any time – 20 euro

The international payment can be made to bank account no. 43-3855090287/0100. The variable symbol is 992103391 (if your bank does not provide this field in the transfer form, please insert the variable symbol into the message for recipient).
IBAN: CZ9801000000433855090287
The specific symbol will be generated by the system and sent to you in the confirmation e-mail after your application is received. Insert your specific symbol into corresponding field (if your bank does not provide this field in the transfer form, please insert the specific symbol into the message for recipient). Please, state also the participant’s name in the message for recipient.

We will provide the payment confirmation during the application process. We prefer payments in advance.

The registration will be accepted after receiving the payment of the conference fee.

Please note that the participants are OBLIGED to provide a payment confirmation (e.g. bank transfer report) at the registration point at the conference venue.



Please, do not forget to submit the consent with text use together with your contribution. Contribution without the consent will not be accepted.

Norms of the proceedings are available to be downloaded here.

Proceedings norms

Paper formatting

You can submit your proceedings paper during the conference days (January 31st and February 1st, 2022) or later to; deadline for the proceedings paper submission is 8th February 2022.

1.  Oral presentation (30 minutes; 20 minutes presentation + 10 minutes discussion)

Languages: Czech, Slovak or English

The oral presentation is targetted to broad audience of up to 150 listeners. Standard technical equipment will be available (laptop, projector, laser pointer with presentation control buttons). Other technical equipment must be requested and specified in advance in the presentation application. In the case of absence of other presenter in the same section, the remaining presentations can be prolonged by an equal amount of time.

2.  Workshop (90 minutes; length can be adjusted by agreement)

Languages: Czech, Slovak or English

Workshop is an interactive presentation with fewer listeners. The number of participants must be specified in the workshop application (maximum 30 participants). The workshop should entail interaction between the presenter and the listeners. Technical equipment will be prepared according to specifications in the workshop application.

3.  Poster

Languages: Czech, Slovak or English

Poster size is 90 cm (width) × 120 cm (height) with vertical orientation. Poster session times will be stated in the programme. The posters must be placed at least 2 hours before the session start, so that the raters have enough time to evaluate all posters. The authors are required to be present at their posters and answer individual questions from interested participants. Note: poster „abstract“ should not be an abstract in traditional sense – instead, it should present a brief teaser, e.g. a summary of main findings.

The organizers reserve the right to change the programme, if a situation requires it.