Guidelines for submissions

The guidelines for panels follow those of general abstract guidelines, but with the following additions:

Guidelines for Panel Abstracts

  • A panel session must have a 400-word description of the theme of the panel, a brief account that specifies why this topic is important, and a clear explanation of how it contributes to the overall work of the conference division or working group
  • A list of suggested panellists and titles of papers,
  • A 300 word abstract for each paper in the panel.
  • A panel session proposal must include the name of the contact person for the panel. The contact person will act as organizer of the panel session and is responsible for communication with the chairs and co-chairs of the hosting division or temporary working group as a representative of the whole panel group.
  • By default, the contact person will act as a moderator of the panel session. Alternatively, an outside moderator can be used. In this case, the contact information of the suggested moderator should also be included in the panel proposal.
The guidelines for panels follow those of general abstract guidelines, but with the following additions:
  • A panel session must have a 400-word description of the theme of the panel, a brief account that specifies why this topic is important, and a clear explanation of how it contributes to the overall work of the conference division or working group.
  • A list of suggested panellists and titles of papers.
  • A 300 word abstract for each paper in the panel.
  • A panel session proposal must include the name of the contact person for the panel. The contact person will act as organizer of the panel session and is responsible for communication with the chairs and co-chairs of the hosting division or temporary working group as a representative of the whole panel group.
By default, the contact person will act as a moderator of the panel session. Alternatively, an outside moderator can be used. In this case, the contact information of the suggested moderator should also be included in the panel proposal.

Guidelines for Workshops

The guidelines for workshops follow those of general abstract guidelines, but with the following additions:
  • A workshop session must have a 500-word abstract describing the aim and anticipated outcome of the workshop, a brief account that specifies why this topic is important, and a clear explanation of how it contributes to the overall work of the conference division or working group.
  • A list of suggested workshop leaders
  • A list of materials needed.
  • A workshop session proposal must include the name of the contact person, who will act as organizer of the workshop and is responsible for communication with the chairs and co-chairs of the hosting division or temporary working group.
  • By default, the contact person will act as a moderator or leader of the session. Alternatively, an outside moderator or leader can be used. In this case, the contact information of suggested moderator should also be included in the proposal.


Submit an abstract
To submit an abstract, please use the form on this link. In the uploading process you will choose which Division your abstract belongs to. 

Submit a paper
To submit an paper, please use the form on this linkIn the uploading process you will choose which Division your paper belongs to.