The Conference Programme Committee for the 24th Annual Conference of the ESC invites you to submit an abstract for oral or poster presentation. All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the Conference Programme Committee. All accepted abstracts will be published electronically. Please note: all presenters must be fully registered for the conference.
THE ABSTRACT SUBMISSION PERIOD IS OPEN!
Please find the all the details for the submission on the dedicated platform (link below). For the submission, you can use the accounts created for Eurocrim2023. If you don't remember your password, click on Click here if you have forgotten your password or user name button under Login instructions.
Abstracts submission period opens - 26/01/2024
Abstracts submission deadline - 01/03/2024
Early bird registration deadline - 01/06/2024
Authors can choose between three types of presentations:
Pre-arranged Panel Session (each panel should normally contain between four and five presentations)
Roundtable Session (minimum 3 participants)
Author-meets-critics Session (minimum 1 author + 2 critics)
Individual Paper Presentation (max. 10 minutes) - will be added to a Paper Panel Session within the suitable category
PRESENTING AUTHORS OF ACCEPTED ABSTRACTS MUST PRE-REGISTER AND PAY FOR THE CONFERENCE BY THE EARLY BIRD DEADLINE (01 JUNE 2024). Only fully registered delegates can present at the conference and will have their abstracts included in the programme.
Each participant is limited to one presentation as first author (for oral or poster presentation), but may be co-author of other presentations. Note: Participations in Roundtables, Author-meets-critics sessions and Poster Presentations are excluded from this limitation. Please keep your abstract short (maximum 300 words). We encourage participants to submit Pre-arranged Panel Sessions whenever possible in order to ensure a proper distribution of abstracts in the Final Programme.
ESC Working Groups that wish to organize a meeting during the conference should submit this as a normal thematic panel of their working group. The title should clearly label it as a working group meeting and the abstract should provide relevant information to the conference participants. Authors could be the working group chairs. This information will be included in the final program.
Roundtable sessions can be submitted as a single thematic panel with or without papers clearly identifying it as a roundtable in the title. The organizer should at least be included as the author of that panel. Participating discussants could also be included as authors for that panel.
All submissions must be in English, the official language of EUROCRIM 2024. All presentations based on accepted abstract submissions must be made in English. Please use your academic e-mail address when you enter your personal data.
Each presenting author is responsible for the payment of the registration fee(s), as well as travel and accommodation costs.
Presenting authors should respect the programme's schedule (no changes will be made).
Participants should plan to attend the whole meeting. Presentations are scheduled from 11 September, 2024 until 14 September, 2024. We are unable to take into account specific requests for days or times, thank you for your understanding.
Presenting authors unable to attend the EUROCRIM 2024 may be substituted by a co-author. In case of impossibility, please inform as soon as possible the organizers using the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
We notify authors on acceptance/rejection of abstracts on a rolling basis from 1 April, 2024. If you DO NOT receive any e-mail notification regarding your abstract submission by 1 May, 2024, please contact us via email@example.com.
Submission of an abstract constitutes the authors consent to publish it as well as your personal data provided in the submission form.
Abstracts will be published exactly as submitted.
Abstracts of those who are fully registered until 01June, 2024 will be published in the conference Book of Abstracts.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any technical problems in submitting your abstract.