Key Information

Overview

1 Feb - 26 Mar

27 Mar - 21 May

22 May - 25 Jun

Submission Agreement

In 2017 there will be three submission periods for Scientific Poster abstracts. For details of these submission periods, view the relevant dated tabs in this table.

In the first submission period, abstracts can be considered as either ‘Display Poster’ or ‘Display Poster & Oral Presentation.’ There are no ‘Oral only Presentations.’

Poster categories & further information about your abstract and the review process is available on the Submission Guidance page

Guidance for how to proceed if your abstract is accepted is available on the Display & Oral Presentation Information page

Submission and Review Period 1

Submission Types
Display & Oral Posters
Display Posters

Opens
1 February

Closes
26 March

Review period
31 March – 7 May

Authors informed
By 12 May

Authors registered
By 4 June

Submission and Review Period 2

Submission Types
Display Posters

Opens
27 March

Closes
21 May

Review period
26 May – 18 June

Authors informed
By 23 June

Authors registered
By 29 July

Submission and Review Period 3

Submission Types
Display Posters

Opens
22 May

Closes
25 June

Review period
30 June – 24 July

Authors informed
By 29 July

Authors registered
By 27 August

During your submission, as the submitting author, you will be asked to confirm your agreement to the following statement in order for your poster abstract to go forward for consideration:

” I agree to be responsible for the organisation of my poster, including acknowledgement of the review outcome, registration of the presenting author and the submission of a PDF to the organisers for online display. I understand that to accept the invitation to display this poster at the event we must register one author on a 3-day ticket to represent the poster. I accept that it is my responsibility to ensure that the representing author is not representing more than three posters at this event.”

• Each selected poster must be represented by an author for the full 3 days of the conference.

• Failure to register by your submission period’s deadline date may result in your abstract being withdrawn from the conference.

• Registration, travel and accommodation charges are the responsibility of the presenter.

• All correspondence will be sent to the registered presenter. It is the responsibility of this person to pass on any relevant information regarding the submitted abstract and the conference to the other authors.