- Abstract must be submitted and presented by the same author.
- Only one abstract contribution may be submitted by each presenter.
- The Scientific Committee will evaluate the abstracts, select and assign the format to be presented, either oral communications or poster, depending on topical fit and time constraints.
- The Organizing Committee considers the withdrawal of an abstract, after it has been accepted and advertised, as highly nonprofessional (except in special circumstances).
On the Registration Form, you will find fields (boxes) to enter the following information about your abstract:
- Authors + Institution
- Corresponding Author’s E-mail
- Body (Maximum 2000 characters with space)
- References (optional)
- Aknowledgements (optional)
- Keywords (optional)
- Comments (optional)
Note: images or files are not accepted by the form and no template is necessary at this step.
- Participants are invited to display the e-poster with a special template provided;
- Upload a quick video with 1 minute maximum to introduce the subject;
- Give an up to 3- minute live overview of their poster.
- The poster template will be provided only after concluding the registration processes and tax payment.
- Participants are invited to contribute abstracts for oral presentations of their research related to the program theme;
- Volunteered oral presentations will be a live stream session with 10-15 minutes in length, including questions;
- Depending on the number of abstracts submitted for oral presentation, the organizing committee may select a subset that best fits within the meeting program;
- Volunteered speakers who are not selected for oral presentations may be requested to present their research as a poster.
More detailed information will be released soon.
- Your participation will be guaranteed only after payment of the registration fee.
- Students must present an abstract to be eligible to be granted the registration fee exemption.
- All submitted abstracts will be evaluated and notified by e-mail, if accepted.
- In addition to ongoing research contributions, we are also accepting abstract contributions related to new ideas to be performed at Sirius in the future.
- This is not a call for proposals, it is just an open window to share with colleagues possible challenging experiments that could eventually be performed at Sirius in the future.
- The event official language is English.
- All information, content and presentations must be performed in English.
Code of Conduct Policy
All attendees, speakers and sponsors at PALSA 2021 are required to agree with the following code of conduct. Organizers will enforce this code throughout the event. Creating a supportive environment to enable scientific discourse is the responsibility of all participants.
Our meeting provides a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. Participants must agree to be professional and courteous regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, race, ethnicity, or religion.
It is strictly prohibited any of the following actions on Whova platform during the online conference:
- Recording, copying, or capturing any conference material presented;
- Sharing content with nonregistered users;
- The use of hostile or profane language;
- Offering or soliciting products or services in the event app, outside of the virtual sponsor area and from any attendee not designated as companies’ representatives.
Violations of this code of conduct policy should be reported to directly to email@example.com or to any PALSA staff or organizing committee member. Sanctions may range from verbal warning, to ejection from the meeting without refund or to notifying appropriate authorities. Your co-operation will help ensure an enjoyable and safe experience for everybody.