21-24 March, 2021


The Symposia will contain 4 different areas:


The Symposium is located in a proper "room".
The idea is to show the whole content of the Symposium as it would be in the real case.
Each session is chaired by a Chairperson that will introduce the Speaker and the Lecture.

The Lecture is prerecorded by the Speaker.
At the end of each Lecture the Question & Answer slot is open. All the participants can put questions and receive answers by the speaker in live mode.

There will be two morning sessions separated by a break, followed by two afternoon sessions.
Morning and afternoon sessions will be separated by a "lunch" break.



All the presentations, divided in Plenary and Lecture are here available after their presentation at the Symposium, at any time 24 hours a day until March 27th.
Each participant can see the pdf file of the abstract as it is published into the e-Book of Abstract and the mp4 file of the presentation.
He/she may access to a Questions & Answers area where he/she can write questions and receive answers as a text. All the Questions and Answers are visible to all the participants.


In this area, each participant may have live chat (at least audio, but probably also video) in a one to one conversation. The possibility to have meetings with more than two person is investigated.
In practice when you enter this area you will inform all the participants that you are present and available for conversation. You will see all the participants (here their photo will play a key role) and you may decide with whom you may chat. The subject of the chat is free and open to the participant wishes.
This area is open during each day of the Event.



Here we report the communications from the organizers, you may download brochures, leaflets and whatever is useful to the knowledge of the Event.
You may here upload general comments and evaluations on the event.
We will report here all the statistics of the event, including data on Q&A, Presentation evaluations etc. etc..



The Symposium is included into the Framework "VIRVIS" (owned by AIDIC) propely created for the Virtual Presentation of Conferences in a proprietary Web Private Server.