The Program Committee invites authors to submit abstracts for presentation within the program of ICN2018. Submissions can be made via the Abstract Submission Portal. Please note that in order to submit an abstract, you must first successfully register and pay to attend ICN2018.
All abstracts must follow the guidelines and be submitted online by 15 February 2018. Please note that the closing date for abstract submissions will not be extended.
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Ticket to the Welcome Reception*
Ticket to the Congress Banquet*
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Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea daily
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