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F&V Processing 2020 - Third Symposium on Fruit and Vegetable Processing

F&V Processing 2020 - Third Symposium on Fruit and Vegetable Processing

24-25 November, 2020 Webconference

To submit an abstract, you must create first an account on the bottom of this page.


  • The official language of the conference will be English.
  • Download the abstract template, save it to your computer and fill your own abstract into template in the required format using Microsoft Word. Abstracts that do not follow the requested formate will not be considered.

FVeg2020_Abstract template.rtf
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  • The abstract must not exceed one A4 page. Please make sure your abstract does not contain any spelling or grammar mistakes.
  • The abstract file should be saved as follows: topic number_firstname_name_oral.rtf or topic number_firstname_name_poster.rtf (or .docx in either case).
  • Abstracts should be submitted via the online form on this web site. Please, create your account (see below), log in using provided login and password and then proceed with "abstract submission"


  • Decision between poster and oral communications will be made by the scientific committee upon evaluation of the submitted abstracts.
  • Accepted abstracts will be published in the digital Book of Abstracts (only abstracts of registered participants will be included).


  • For poster presentation, the maximum poster size is A0 in portrait orientation (0.84 x 1.19 m).

Submission of abstracts closed on Wednesday 29 January 2020