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Solanaceae Conference 2015


The 12th Solanaceae Conference

25 > 29 october 2015 France, Bordeaux, ENSEIRB conference hall

Abstract submission (only after registration)

Several abstracts will be selected for short talks, according to the different sessions. Only abstracts submitted by participants registered to the conference (payment procedure already completed) would be considered.


For your abstract submission, you will need to create an account. This account creation is a distinct procedure from registration. Complete the ONLINE FORM BELOW (link on page down) by clicking on "I want to create an account". Some information has already been requested, please fill the fields again.
It will be asked for a username and a password, they will serve you later to connect (Login = username). You will receive an email with an activation link. After activation of your account, click on "I have already an account" and fill the abstract submission form.

Don’t forget to indicate:

  • The session in which your abstract will be included, also specify your preference for oral or poster presentation.
    If you want your abstract to be considered for an oral presentation (15 min), you should submit it before september 15, 2015.
  • Your "Registration Summary Reference", indicated on the file you will receive by mail after registration procedure (pdf format).

    Registration Summary

Note: Each registered attendee may submit and present one abstract only.

        Acceptance notification will be sent during September.

Abstract recommendations

 Poster recommendations

  • Poster size: A0 portrait, maximum size 84,1 cm width, 118,9 cm height (33.1 inch x 46.8 inch),
  • The location of your poster will be noted on each board in accordance with the corresponding number listed in the abstract book available on line (coming soon),
  • Presenters are requested to remain with their posters during the poster sessions.

Talk recommendations

  • Presentations (selected abstracts) last for 15 min with 5 min questions,
  • Speakers are advised to save their PowerPoint presentation in a backup Pdf version.

 Download recommendations in Pdf file :

pdf - 310.03 kB

Submission of abstracts closed on Tuesday 15 September 2015