Abstracts can be submitted up until 23:59 EET on February 15th 2021 (note that Finland is one hour ahead of central Europe). Submitted abstracts can be modified up until the deadline, and therefore early submission of first drafts is encouraged. The expected length of oral presentation slots is 15 minutes (15+3+2). Due to the tight timeline being implemented for abstract submission, there will be no extension to this deadline.
Each congress participant is permitted to submit only one (max. 250 word abstract, max. 15 word title) abstract as a presenter (co-authorships in other abstracts are allowed). If applying for an oral presentation, an additional abstract may be submitted for a poster presentation.
Please see the proposed themes/sessions on the right column; you will be asked on the submission form to choose your preferred session.
All abstract submitters will be notified of the fate of their abstract by 15 March, and those being accepted for oral or poster presentations are required to register for the symposium by March 31st to confirm their place in the programme. Although we will do our best to accommodate requests to place presentations on certain days we ask the presenters to plan to attend for the entire virtual symposium.