Please read through the following guidelines prior to applying
Each paper abstract may be submitted to only one Congress session.
If you cannot find a session that is a good fit, please submit your abstract to one of the 'Open Sessions'— IRSA_68 [Open Paper Session]; IRSA_69 [Open Pecha Kucha Session]; or IRSA_70 [Open Poster Session]
An individual may submit two different paper abstracts however in the event that the sessions are over-subscribed, Congress organizers may require the individual to select one for presentation.
An abstract submitted by a session organizer to his or her own session must be reviewed by the Congress Program Committee.
Abstracts must be submitted through the Congress online system between May 19 and November 15, 2015.
Abstracts must be 1500 characters or less (approx. 300 words).
Author and co-author information (including affiliation, and country of residence) must also be included with the submission
Abstracts must be accompanied by keywords indicating applicable Congress sub-themes (50 characters max).
Congress organizers must be notified immediately if there are changes to the abstract or if it has been withdrawn from consideration.
Authors will be notified on the results of the review on or before January 15, 2016.
If your abstract is approved, the full paper is not required in advance of the Congress unless otherwise specified by the session organizer.
A presentation will not be considered confirmed until the author has registered for the Congress.
The deadline for registration is April 1, 2016.
Paper co-authors not attending the Congress are exempt from these policies.
An individual may submit two different paper abstracts, however, in the event that the sessions are over-subscribed, Congress organizers may require the individual to select one for presentation.
An individual may assume the role of Chair or panellist in up to two sessions in which he or she is not presenting a paper.
All participants must register for Congress by April 1, 2016.
Failure to do so will result in removal from the Congress programme.