Electronic abstract submission is available from February 27 to May 1, 2017.
One-page abstracts in PDF format should be electronically submitted through the conference web site following the guidelines listed below and before May 1, 2017.
- Please dowload the IFSA2017 abstract Word template here for preparing your abstract.
- Write your abstract according to the formatting instructions of the template and save it as a PDF file.
- Choose the most appropriate topic for your presentation from the list displayed here
- Register to the conference (payement is not mandatory at that stage).
- Submit your abstract by clicking on the link below before May 1, 2017.
- You will receive a confirmation email that your abstract has been successfully uploaded.
- The Technical Program Committee (TPC) will review the abstracts for relevance to the conference scope, content, and originality.
- You will be notified of the acceptance, acceptance with revisions, or rejection of your contribution before June 6, 2017.
- The first author must be the presenter.
- The presenter’ information [name, affiliation, e-mail address] should be carefully listed to allow all correspondence to proceed through him/her
- Abstracts submitted by e-mail will not be accepted.
- Reasonable PDF file sizes (<1Mb) would be appreciated; so please refrain to include more than 1 figure.
- The appropriate topic (see list here) should be clearly identified to ensure appropriate reviewing.
- The first author (the presenter) of a submitted abstract must be a registered participant. The TPC will reject any paper deviating from this rule.
- Only one submission per registered participant is allowed.
- For a presenter who will be unable to attend the conference and will have to cancel his/her registration once notification of acceptance received, he/she can request a paid registered participant to present his/her paper if
- either this substitute is not presenting a paper (oral or poster),
- or – in case the substitute has already a paper accepted – 2 registration fees are actually paid (1 for the substitute, plus 1 for the defaulting presenter).