Abstract submission guidelines
Once you have registered for the event, you can then submit your abstract via your online DG-GT account.
Make sure your abstract is submitted on time and in the right format by following these simple steps:
Your abstract should be no more than 250 words in length and should be in English.
Keep your title concise and informative and only use capital letters for the beginning of a sentence or for an acronym/name. Do not use CAPITAL LETTERS for your entire title.
The names of all authors associated with the abstract must be listed, and a presenting author must be identified.
All authors' names should be listed as initials and surname. Only the first letter of the surname should be capitalised, not the full surname (i.e. JR Smith, not JR SMITH).
Addresses should be in the following format: Group, Department/Institute, Organisation, Town/City, Postcode/Zip, Country.
Do not include acknowledgements in your abstracts – these will be included in your word count.
Select the subject area that best fits your abstract as this is a guide for reviewer allocation.
Please ensure that the email provided when submitting the abstract will still be valid in the lead up to and during the event as we will need to contact you about the outcome of your submission.
You must read and agree to the Abstract Submission Terms & Conditions before submitting your abstract.
What happens after you have submitted?
Your abstract will be sent for review by our panel of moderators. You will be notified of the outcome by email a few weeks before the congress. Please note the notification email will be sent to the email address given when you submitted your abstract.
If you have not received notification by early March, please check your spam/junk or contact the DG-GT Office immediately.
All accepted abstracts will be made available for event attendees from 08:00 CET on Wednesday 23rd March 2022.
If your poster is accepted, you will be emailed full details for presenting your poster, including your allocated poster number and your scheduled poster session. If you have not received notification by early March, please check your spam/junk or contact the DG-GT office immediately.
Posters should be made in a single A0 size (841mm wide x 1189mm high), portrait orientation. If your poster does not match these dimensions we cannot guarantee that it will fit the poster boards. Each poster will be allocated a number with your notification that you must bring with you.