Participants interested in presenting their recent work, either through an oral or a poster presentation, must submit an abstract. The abstract should be written in English, 500-800 words including one figure and the authors should choose at least one topic from the list of topics the symposium is addressing. The submission should be made through the Conference Tool, completing the submission form that requires the text of the abstract in plain text, as well as in an editable file format. Please use this template for the abstract format.
Abstract submission is possible between November 1, 2018 – January 15, 2019. The abstracts will go through a standard peer review process to evaluate their relevance and scientific merit, for inclusion in the Symposium program. Authors will be notified by March 1, 2019, on the result of the peer review process. This could request modification of the abstract by the author(s) and/or suggestion for changing the presentation type from oral to a poster, or vice versa, prior to the final decision for acceptance.
To honour the willingness to actively participate and to discuss their research, the EARSeL Bureau is sponsoring awards for Young Scientist’s best paper and best poster presentations.
The best paper presentation and best poster presentation will be awarded with EUR 500 each.
The winners of the prize will be announced and the prize will be handed over during the Symposium.