View & Submit Abstracts

Submission Instructions

Instructions with screenshots can be found here

For each submission, you need to go through four steps:

1. Login (or create a new account)

Once you have logged in, the submission portal will be visible below.

2. Create a new submission: symposium, poster, or preregistration poster

  • For symposia you will also have to add the title and integrative statement of the symposium (i.e., the introduction to the topic & objectives of the symposium; max. 250 words) at this first step.

3. Add abstract(s):

  • Early career researchers (trainees): Early career researchers include graduate students and undergraduate students, postdocs, and other professionals. Please tick the box behind ‘Early career researchers’ for every contributor who falls into this category.
  • Symposia: Please add four abstracts for each symposium submission. In case your symposium consists of three presentations and a discussant, please also add the discussant using the ‘add another abstract’ option. Please fill in the title (‘Discussant’), name, and affiliation of the discussant in the respective fields (there is no need to include an actual abstract for a discussant, you can leave this field blank).
  • Posters/Preregistration posters: Should you be interested in sharing your work in the form of a short presentation (instead of a poster/preregistration poster), you have the option to be considered for a lightning talk session. If you are interested, please tick the box behind ‘Lightning Talk'.

4. Submit for review

  • Submissions that are not submitted for review will not be considered.
  • Once you have submitted, you can no longer edit you submission. 
  • You will receive an email confirmation of your submission.

Note: As you enter your abstract information, you will see an option that says "Select if you will require a faster decision turnaround for visa application purposes to enter the United States." Conference organizers are not able to guarantee that acceptance decisions can be released before March 1, but every effort will be made to accommodate individuals who will need to apply for a visa to enter the US. Please also be aware that citizens or nationals of many countries are eligible for the Visa Waiver Program which requires valid Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) approval but which will not require a formal visa application.

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