The following guidelines are provided to assist you to submit your abstract.
Abstracts can only be submitted online and in English.
There is a limit of two presentations (oral and/or poster) for a single registered presenting author. This however does not exclude the opportunity to be a co-author in an unlimited number of abstracts.
Accepted abstracts will be removed from the programme if no presenting author is registered and paid by 15 March 2019.
Authors information should be inserted and indication of first author and presenter is mandatory.
The title should not be longer than 20 words.
Please select the theme and format of your submission (oral or poster) and add any relevant and applicable keywords (max. of 5).
The abstract text should have a maximum of 400 words (excluding references, if applicable) and should briefly outline the main features, results and conclusions as well as their general significance and relevant references.
If references are used in the abstract, please use the style described below:
 P. Nikravesh, Computer-aided analysis of mechanical systems. Prentice-Hall, Englewood-Cliffs New Jersey, 1988.
 W. Schiehlen, Multibody system dynamics: Roots and perspectives. Multibody System Dynamics, 1, 149-188, 1997.
Authors which authorize the inclusion of their abstracts in the Abstract Book, should know that the abstracts will be reproduced as submitted and unchanged in the Book of Abstracts to be delivered at the Congress to all participants, with the aim at providing a brief and overall insight of the presentation. As in previous years, the abstract book will be also made available at www.emgm.eu.
Full details of the content of the paper can be included in the paper to be published in the Online Proceedings Book.
|15 December, 2018||Abstract submission opening|
Abstract submission (extended) closing at 23h59 UTC+0
|1 March, 2019||Abstract acceptance notification|
|15 March, 2019||Presenting author registration deadline|