For the papers:

A presentation 15 minutes long, pertinent to the above themes, will take place during the Conference. For each paper presentation an abstract should be submitted by March 10th 2019 of approximately 300 words and a short CV (150 words) along with the name and the affiliation of the writer. By March 30th 2019 the authors will receive a notification of acceptance. By June 1st 2019 the authors of the accepted papers will submit the full paper (3000 to 4000 words). The authors can be maximum three.

For the art proposals and walkshops:

By March 10th 2019, an outline of the process (300 words) should be submitted, accompanied with up to 5 photos or images (if needed) or links pertinent to the above themes. For the walkshops information about an estimated duration, desired time of the day (dawn, morning, midday, afternoon, dusk/evening, night) and a maximum number of participants needs to be included. By March 30th 2019 the artists will receive a notification of acceptance.

For the posters:

By March 10th 2019, the file of the poster should be submitted according to the conference template along with a description of 300 words. By March 30th 2019 the authors will receive a notification of acceptance.

The official language of the conference is English. The electronic proceedings of the Conference will be will be available online with Open Access via the National Documentation Centre ( ePublishing service.

The abstract and the form attached will be submitted online  (Please, fill in the fields of the form that refer to the personal information, the presentation title, the main theme, and the short curriculum vitae).



  • Posters must contain the title of the corresponding paper, the authors and their affiliations and the institutions’ location.
  • Posters must be on A0 size paper (ca. 841 x 1,189 mm).
  • Posters must be designed and presented VERTICALLY.
  • Posters should be able to be read at a distance.
  • Text should be concise enough to be read in under 10 minutes and from a distance of 120 cm.
  • Section Headings should be at least 36 pt., bold preferred.
  • Use bulleted lists where possible instead of paragraphs.
  • Use colour wisely to provide contrast for each section of your poster.
  • Avoid colour combinations which are difficult to read.
  • The most common choice to create a poster is Microsoft PowerPoint
  • At least one author must be present during the poster viewing to explain your work and answer questions.