• How can I submit an abstract? 
    To submit your abstract, select the "Submit an Abstract" button to register on the Abstracts Submission Platform (Conftool). Once you've created your account, you'll find a menu to guide you through the abstract submission process. Remember to use the same email address for submitting your abstract as the one you used (or plan to use) for your conference registration.

  • Can I register for the conference after I know my abstract has been accepted?
    Yes, you can register for the conference after your abstract is accepted. To be eligible for presentation and inclusion in the program, the abstract's presenting author must complete and confirm their conference registration. You have the option to register either before submitting your abstract or immediately after its approval. To take advantage of early registration benefits, including discounted fees, it's advisable to submit your abstract promptly. We will review your abstract and notify you of its status within 10 days of submission, allowing you time to register early if needed.

  • How many abstracts can I submit?
    Abstract submission limitations are (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.

  • Should I also pay for the conference if I present an abstract?
    Yes. The presenting author of an abstract must have a paid and confirmed registration for the conference to be finally approved for presentation and be included in the program. 

  • Are there any specific guidelines I should know before submitting my abstract? 
    Yes. Please refer to our abstract submission guidelines page.

  • How should I prepare for my Oral Presentation?
    Oral presentations at the conference should last 8 minutes, followed by a 2-minute Q&A session with the moderator, audience, or fellow presenters. Prepare your PowerPoint slides to fit this duration. Upload your presentation to the EIP Speaker Resource Center when prompted. For digital presentations, ensure you have a computer equipped with a camera, audio, microphone, and a stable internet connection for optimal video quality. Your presentation should be ready to display in presentation mode and shared with attendees. Your presentation time will be scheduled according to your time zone, either in the morning or late afternoon. If this timing is inconvenient, you can submit a pre-recorded presentation.

  • How should I prepare for my Oral or Poster Presentation?
    You'll have the opportunity for a 4-minute presentation during a Poster Theater Session, followed by a 2-minute Q&A period. Instead of a PowerPoint, you'll use an ePoster from the ePoster Library. You can create your ePoster on the ePoster platform, available 50 days before the conference. We'll send you login details for the platform, where you can access instructions, your ePosters, and editing templates. Please have your ePoster ready 15 days before the conference begins. All ePosters will be showcased in the conference's ePoster Library.

  • Will I get a certificate of presentation for my abstract?
    If you have presented your abstract in person or online, you are entitled to a Certificate of Presentation confirming the presentation you delivered at the conference. Certificates of Presentation will be made available 15 days after the meeting ends through the Abstracts Submission Platform (Conftool). You must access the account you have used to submit your abstract to download it. Certificates of Presentation will not be available for authors who missed their sessions or didn't deliver their presentations.