The congress theme is VALUE DIVERSITY. The presentations will be organized under 4 tracks that support this theme. For a detailed overview of the 4 tracks and their possible subjects see the track document. Select the track where your abstract fits best; for the review of the abstract it is of vital importance that the correct track is selected:
Authors should indicate their presentation preference (oral, poster, symposium, round table or workshop) and indicate if they want to present onsite or online. The Programme Committee reserves the right to decide on the final allocation and presentation method.
10-15 minute report of original research, normally the work of the presenter. (200 words maximum, using the four headings below)
Report of original research, normally the work of the presenter.(200 words maximum using the four headings below)
1-hour presentation, including audience discussion: 3-4 speakers present their joint research and select their own discussion moderator. (200 words maximum, using the four headings below)
1-hour discussion: 1) vignette presented; international panel discusses country approaches to the problem, or 2) a chair and 2-3 presenters initiate audience discussion of a specific topic.
(200 words maximum using the two headings below)
30-minute video or audio presentation, performance, or new technology.
(200 words maximum using the two headings below):
The presenting author should be named first. Collect the information below for each author, as you will be required to provide it. Carefully check the correct spelling of all names as this will be the way that names will be published. Please make sure to write the AFFILIATION in English (one institution per author).
Last (family Name)
Affiliation (in English): Institution name and address
University of Rochester, 601 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester New York, 14642, USA
STEP 5: Abstract body
STEP 6: Enter your keywords
STEP 7: Edit your abstract
Edit to make sure spelling, sentence structure, and headings are correct. The evaluation criteria for abstract reviews will be:
STEP 8: Save
Save your edited abstract to paste it into the online form when you are ready to submit it.
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Step 2 Submission process
Abstract review process and criteria
The review process will take place January/February 2021. All abstracts are subject to peer review and are expected to meet the standards of academic/scientific excellence. Submissions will be reviewed by an expert panel, based on the following criteria:
You will receive a notification by email in the beginning of March 2021. All notifications will be sent to the e-mail address of the first author provided during the abstract submission process.
All accepted presenters must register for the conference before the early registration deadline at the end of April 2021. Presenters not registered by this date will not be included in the scientific program.
Please do not submit an abstract if you are not confident that you will be able to attend the hybrid IASSIDD conference and hold the presentation either onsite or online.