Abstract Frequently Asked Questions

Abstract Submission:

Can I make changes to my abstract after submission?

You can make any changes you wish to the abstract even if the abstract has been submitted, but the changes need to be made before the abstracts submission deadline. Once the abstract submission deadline has passed, changes are not permitted unless they relate to the results of the study, in this case only, please contact abstracts@epilepsycongress.org.

 

Can I submit an abstract after the deadline?

Late abstracts will not be accepted.

 

Abstract Acceptance:

When will I know if my abstract has been accepted?

Authors will be notified of their abstracts’ acceptance/ rejection by May 2014.

 

How will I receive the information from the Congress Secretariat?

Contact details provided at the time of submission will be used for all correspondence related to the Congress. Please ensure that the correct details are entered.

 

How will my abstract be presented at the Congress?

Authors of abstracts which have been accepted for presentations will receive all details via email a few weeks before the congress.

 

Which reference number should I use when I send a query to the Congress Secretariat?

The personal ID Reference Number should be mentioned in all correspondence.

 

My colleague has received confirmation of his acceptance and I did not, is there something wrong?

There may be a problem with your email address, therefore please contact

abstracts@epilepsycongress.org

 

Will e-posters be available at the Congress?

E-posters are not available at the 10th AOEC.

 

Do posters have to stay up for the duration of the Congress?

More information will be available in April 2014.

 

Where will the poster area be situated?

More information will be available in April 2014.

 

I am not the first author; can I present the poster on behalf of my colleagues?

Presentation by a second author may be allowed. Once your registration has been completed, please contact abstracts@epilepsycongress.org. Please note however that each author is permitted to present only once during the Congress (not including invited lectures).

 

I am a speaker in the Congress programme; do I need to submit an abstract?

Speakers are not required to submit abstracts to illustrate their talks.

 

How do I find out information about the posters?

All information relating to poster and platform sessions will be available on the Congress website from May 2014.

 

Will there be poster sessions?

More information will be available in May 2014.

 

Can I include videos beside my poster?

AV equipment is not provided by the congress. Should you wish to order any specific equipment to complement your poster, please contact the Congress Secretariat in order to receive a quotation.

 

How can I make my poster more attractive?

Please note that the colourful posters are more effective and attractive. When choosing a background, remember that neutral or grey colours will be easier on the eyes than a bright colour. Colour photos also look best when mounted on a grey background. Poster dimensions will be specified in April 2014.

 

I have been selected for a platform session but I would have preferred a poster presentation, what can I do?

The SAC has selected your work to be presented in a platform session because they felt that it was of high quality and that a large audience would be interested in knowing more about the study. It would be a shame not to use this opportunity to present your work! However if you are unable to make an oral presentation please contact the secretariat at abstracts@epilepsycongress.org for alternative arrangements. 

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