Website Manager: Georgios Psarras Guidelines for Abstract submission Abstracts submitted should be referring to previously unpublished reports and original scientific or  technical work, which falls within the Conference topics mentioned here.  Abstracts should strictly be written in English language. All abstracts should be in Microsoft Word version, font Times New Roman, single - spaced, A4 page size  (margin: 2,5 cm top & bottom and 3 cm left & right). Please download the Abstract Template and follow the  pre-defined formatting.  The text must be 400 words or less (not including title or authors), and definitely not exceeding a single  page under the specified formatting. Scientific committee will not edit abstracts for formatting, typing,  spelling or grammatical errors.  Please carefully check text for errors before submitting the abstract, since the outcome of the reviewer's  scoring of your abstract, may strongly be affected.  More than one abstract may be submitted per author, but each abstract must be accompanied with a  separate Abstract Submission Form. When using abbreviations, spell the full word while mentioning the first time, followed by the abbreviation  in parentheses.  Tables, graphs, charts and references should not be included in abstracts.  List maximum six (6) keywords related to your research. Abstracts not conforming to this standard will be sent back to Authors for proper editing.  Notification of Receipt and Acceptance will be send via mail to the corresponding author only.  Abstracts should only be submitted via mail (to Maria Bertaki, mbertaki@nagref-cha.gr), along with the  Abstract Submission Form, which can be downloaded here.   The new deadline for abstract submission is May 16th, 2011