Abstract submission > Submission information


General information for submission

To submit an abstract : 

1. You will first need to log in to sciencesconf.org or create an account

2. Download the submission template here. Start by renaming it in the following structure : LASTNAME_submissiontype_IMRF2023.docx.
    Example : Mickey Mouse is submitting an abstract for a talk or poster. The file is named MOUSE_talkorposter_IMRF2023.docx

3. Fill in the relevant parts of the template (talk/poster submission OR symposium submission) with your abstract.

4. Click on "Abstract submission" > "Submission platform" on the website.

5. Fill in the metadata of your submission (title, submission type, keywords).

6. Fill in the list of authors by manually encoding the name, email and affiliation or automatically by looking for the name in the sciencesconf.org repertoire.
    Indicate the corresponding author and speaker(s). 

7. Upload your submission file (NAME_submissiontype_IMRF2023.docx) on the platform. Don't forget to click on "Upload". You should now see your file, converted to pdf format, in the list of files. 

8. You can upload a supplementary file for your figure (one per abstract) - this step is optional

9. Review your submission and ... click on "Submit"

You will receive an email of confirmation.
You will be able to modify your submission until the submission deadline, by going on "MY SPACE" > "My submissions". You will not receive a new confirmation email after modification.


Posters and/or Talks submissions

Submissions for regular abstracts for posters and talks (max. 250 words) will open on February 01 and close on March on 29. Notification of accepted abstract is planned for April 16.


Symposium submissions

Symposium submissions are now closed. Notification of accepted symposia is planned for March 22. 

Proposals should focus on a thematic topic related to multisensory research (broadly defined) and can include between 4 and 6 individual presentations. We will ask you to provide a synopsis (max. 300 words) for the symposium as well as abstracts for each presentation (max. 250 words per abstract). 


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