Participation options

Participation in program is possible through oral presentation, poster presentation, virtual presentation, virtual poster presentation, workshop, conservation-restoration exhibition and
disaster simulation exercise

Oral presentation: Presentation should be delivered as oral presentation limited to 15 minutes per paper. Presenters are encouraged to submit an abstract of their work, while the full papers can be submitted for a review and possible publication in conference proceedings.

Poster presentation: The authors wishing to present a poster at the conference, should submit an abstract of their work and layout of the poster. Technical specifications for posters will be communicated at the time of the acceptance of the poster presentation. Please notice that posters will be presented at conference website after completion.

Virtual presentation: Those who are not able to attend the conference physically can do presentation online. Presentation should be limited to 15 minutes per paper. Presenters are encouraged to submit an abstract of their work, while the full papers can be submitted for a review and possible publication in conference proceedings.

Virtual poster presentations: Those who are not able to attend the conference physically can do poster presentation online. They should submit an abstract of their work and layout of the poster. It will be displayed on the conference website before and during the conference. Technical specifications for presentations, poster presentation and workshops will be communicated at the time of their acceptance.

Virtual presenters receive regular presentation certificates and their papers are included as regular papers in the program.

Workshop: This delivery method may be used to present innovative practices and/or to receive peer feedback. It is intended for those participants who wish to involve other participants in dynamic learning and idea exchange sessions. Presenters are encouraged to submit an abstract of their workshop. One workshop session is allowed per presenter, and its duration is limited to 45 minutes.