What to know before you start your submission

  • The Final Submission deadline is 10 September 2023. You can submit your abstract anytime from now until the system is closed. However, we recommend submitting your abstract and registering for the conference as soon as possible to benefit from the discounted early registration rates. We will review every submitted abstract within ten days of the submission date to inform you whether your abstract has been accepted for presentation.

  • You will be able to revisit your submitted abstract at any stage up to 10 October 2023, to make changes before it is sent for publication. 

  • Abstract submission limitations: (1) The same person may submit multiple abstracts regardless of the presenting author. (2) The same person may serve as presenting author on up to 3 abstracts, irrespective of the type of presentation (Oral or Poster). (3) Anyone may be listed as a co-author on multiple papers.

  • Please remember that presenting authors of abstracts must be registered and paid participants of the conference. If you are the presenting author of your abstract, you need to register in both systems; the EIP registration system for the conference and the EIP Abstracts Management System to submit your abstract. You must use the same email address for both systems, and your name should be identical as you will use it for any certificates required. 

  • After submitting your abstract through EIP's Abstract Management System (ConfTool), you will receive an automatic confirmation by email. If you do not, please get in touch with [email protected] after checking your spam folder.

  • When your abstract is approved for presentation, and your registration for the conference is confirmed, we will allocate your presentation in a program session and grant you access to EIP's Speaker Resource Centre to edit your profile and be included on the EIP Speakers webpage. If you are presenting a Poster, you will have access to the ePosters platform from 20 October 2023 to prepare your ePoster presentation.



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