Abstract Submission



The Organizers and Scientific Committee invite scientists and researchers to submit their abstract(s) for the ICAVS 11.


The deadline for submitting abstracts is May 14. ​


  • The Scientific Committee of ICAVS 11 will be responsible for the selection of 10-minutes oral presentations and 2-minutes flash presentations from the submitted abstracts.
  • All selected presentations will be self-recorded by each of the speakers and available to Conference participants for a week after the Conference on the conference platform.
  • The Organizers will provide instructions for self-recording presentations. All speakers will be required to submit video presentations a few weeks in advance of the Conference.
  • Abstracts received after the deadline will not be accepted neither for oral or flash presentation.
  • Each registered participant may submit max. 2 abstracts. 
  • Abstract should be submitted electronically – below you can find instruction. Abstracts submitted as email or attachment to the e-mail will not be accepted.


How to submit an abstract?


  • To submit an abstract you need to register for the Conference. Only registered participants can submit an abstract. 

  • After registering for the Conference and choosing payment method for the participation you will see possibility of submit an abstract by clicking in "My orders" and personal tab. 


1st step - you need to confirm personal and invoice data. You need also accept "Abstract Submission Terms and Conditions"

2nd step - you need to choose preferred session for your abstract. 

3rd step - in this step you need to enter content of your abstract and add co-authors:

  • The title of your abstract should not exceed 20 words.
  • The abstract submission site will require you to select a primary topic of the session from session list at the conference website. Please select the topic most relevant to your abstract.

    Please note, the Scientific Committee maintain the flexibility to assign your presentation to another session, if is it determined to be better suited to another theme or session topic category.

  • The text of the abstract should not exceed 2600 characters with spaces.
  • Congress participants rely heavily on the titles and abstracts to identify papers and posters of special interest. Please take great care in wording both.
  • Please do NOT enter the author information in the abstract submission area.

4th step - Keywords: The abstract submission procedure will ask for the keywords to describe your abstract. Here you will need also to confirm all previous entered information. Please note: after clicking "save application" no changes in its content will be possible (includes also adding co-authors):

  • The authors’ conclusions should be clearly stated.
  • Initials and abbreviations which are not in common use should be avoided unless they are essential.
  • All abstracts must be written in English. Remember to check spelling and grammar carefully. Your electronically submitted abstract text will be reproduced as submitted.
  • Submission of an abstract does not constitute registration for the congress. Submission of an abstract implies the commitment that the presenting author will attend the meeting.