We now look for poster abstracts - CLICK HERE to submit

The deadline is August 1, 2019 for formatted abstracts, and until august 15 for unformatted abstracts (see explanation below). 

How to submit an abstract

The poster abstracts can be submitted as a formatted abstract or any other format: 

A. a formatted abstract, with four parts (if submitted before August 1, these will be formatted for the book of abstracts)

The abstract consists of four parts (see EXAMPLE HERE)

  • Abstract text (1500 characters, including up to 3 references)
  • Mini-CV / Biography (1500 characters max)
  • Portrait photo
  • Research image - illustrating your research in a clear manner

B. any other format (1 page max). This will not be included in the Book of Abstracts or online. 

What we will do

  • We will format and post the abstracts on the homepage as they are accepted, on a running basis (at latest August 1). 
  • The abstracts will appear in the printed book of abstracts - as long as we receive them before the deadline.
  • We will "consolidate" the programme within the first week of August.

Types of contributions

  • Keynote speakers use 40 minutes (+4 minute discussion) to overview important parts of the field in clear, pedagogical terms, rooted in their own research, and with time to share their personal views of where the research is headed, and what the main challenges are. 
  • Invited speakers have 25 minutes (+4 min discussion) for treating a topic with depth and perspective, highlighting not only their important, recent achievements but also the issues still left to solve. 
  • Contributed speakers have 12 (+2 minutes discussion) for single-result presentations of emerging, exciting research.
  • Young researchers are Ph.D. students or postdocs (within 3 years of graduation) selected based on potential and excellence.
  • Poster presentations can show finished or ongoing research projects, which is a great way to get feedback on your work from leading researchers in the field, and an opportunity to showcase ongoing and emerging research. 

info admin,
2 Jul 2019, 03:55