The on-line Conference will feature oral and poster presentations. Official languages of the Conference are Russian and English. Consecutive interpretation will be provided.

Oral presentations - the duration of the plenary report is 30 minutes, section report - 20 minutes, questions and answers - 5 minutes.
Presentations should be prepared in MS PowerPoint.

Page orientation – portrait.

Poster template::

Title of the presentation;

Authors list;

Affiliation and position held by the authors;

City, country.

Poster presentations should be submitted in either MS Power Point or PDF format.

In the poster presentations default Windows system fonts should be used. Font size: headings - 20 pt, body text - 16 pt.
Illustrations: high quality resolution - at least 600 * 600px (individual pixels are not visible in the picture, it is not blurry) without watermarks and other inscriptions.

Scientific conference abstracts will be peer-reviewed by the Conference Program Committee and published in Electronic Abstract Book.

Abstracts of reports in Russian and English should be sent in electronic form (Microsoft Word-97 or later versions). Files should be named after the name of the first author in Russian letters. Abstracts should not include reference list. One paper copy of an abstract signed by all authors should be sent together with the license agreement (a sample license agreement could be downloaded from the website

Abstract submission deadline is 30 September 2022.
Abstracts should be sent to the e-mail addresses of the Organizing Committee:;

Abstracts should be not more than 1-2 pages (A4 paper size), font - Times New Roman 14 pt, line spacing – 1. Paragraph indention – 1 cm. Page borders: left – 3.5 cm, all the others – 2 cm.

(bold font,centering, without hyphenation);

2nd line - Initials and surnames of the authors (centering);

3rd line - blank line;

4th line - full name of the organisation, city (centering);

5th line - e-mail address (centering);

6th line - blank line;

7th line - body of the abstract (the first line of the abstract is indented) (text align).