The Late-breaking abstracts category allows the submission of recent unpublished work in any of the conference topics, for which results might not have been available by the original submission deadline.
Your abstract will be screened by the conference committee that it meets relevance and quality standards but will not be peer reviewed. We strive to communicate decisions within one week of receipt of the late-breaking abstract. Accepted abstracts will be presented in the academic conference in the form of short oral or poster presentations.
Late-breaking abstracts will be published in an abstract supplement and will form part of the conference proceedings. This supplement will be given a separate Digital Object Identifier and be made available in open access format.
Late abstracts can be submitted until June 16th, 2019, 23:59 (EEST).
Abstract Preparation and Submission Guidelines
Please use the template to prepare your abstract. Detailed instructions on preparing your paper and submitting are included within the template.
Your contribution can be up to two pages in A4 format including figures, photographs, tables, references etc.
The template can be downloaded here.
- Late-breaking abstracts must contain original unpublished work by the authors.
- By submitting an abstract one of the co-authors commits to register for the conference and to present the paper. If you have no other papers in the regular track, upon acceptance you will receive a code that would allow registering with the early-bird rate.
- Conference participants that are presenting a paper are also welcome to submit late-breaking abstracts, with the limitation that they can present up to two papers (and late-submission abstract counts to this limit) in the conference.
- Student registrations are limited to the presentation of one paper. Students are encouraged to participate in the Thesis in Three activity.
- Like other conference papers, these abstracts will be included in the conference proceedings and be made available online.
If you have any questions, please contact the program chair.