IMPORTANT POINTS AND RULES FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS
Abstracts should be sent online, in ENGLISH or TURKISH, via the website using the abstract system. If you want your abstract to be included as Full Text in the abstract book to be published after the congress, you can make the necessary additions with your abstract from the Full Text tab in the system. Your Full Text should not exceed 1.200 words including References. Abstracts sent via e-mail and post regardless of the system will not be accepted. Since the abstracts sent over the internet will be published in the same way if accepted, attention should be paid to spelling errors.
The presenting author MUST REGISTER by August 19th, 2022. Abstracts of unregistered authors will not be published at the abstract book of the congress.
Abstract Submission Deadline : Friday 19 August 17:30
Rules for Abstracts
Please note any abstract that does not fit with one of the instructions above will be out of evaluation and rejected.
All abstracts and proceedings will be blind reviewed by the Scientific Committee. In order to have an accepted abstract being programmed by the scientific committee, congress registration for the presenting author until July 4th is compulsory. An acceptance letter concerning the abstract evaluation result will be e-mailed to the author.
All accepted abstracts are evaluated by Congress Abstract Evaluation Committee.
Abstracts accepted as poster presentations will be published in the proceedings book to be published after the congress.
Poster abstract that do not have a poster work will not be published in the Proceedings Book to be published after the congress.
The preparation of the poster work will be specified in the acceptance letters to be sent.
Abstracts accepted as oral presentations can be prepared using any of the electronic presentation programs.
The time allocated for each presentation will be communicated in the acceptance letters.
The works of authors who do not submit their abstracts on the specified day and time will be removed from the congress proceedings book, although the abstract has been accepted by the system.