Deadline: The deadline for online submissions is Friday 13 August 2021

Registration: You can submit your abstract without being registered. The presenting author must be registered at the time of the conference to present their work

Abstract limit: There are no restrictions on the number of submissions you may submit

Language: Abstracts must be written and presented in English

Abstract type: We’ll choose 4 lightning talks from the submitted abstracts and all approved abstracts will be offered a poster position automatically. Anyone is welcome to submit an abstract in one of the 4 session topics:

  • Models and systems to inform detection
  • When and where detection matters: ‘the tipping point’
  • How to detect: emerging technologies for understanding signals over time
  • Early detection in the real world

Character limit: There is a limit of 2500 characters for the text of your submission including blank spaces and punctuation

What happens next: Once you have submitted your abstract it will be, reviewed and placed into a session, and you will be contacted directly.

For Lightning talk abstracts:

  • Once notified, please send your PDF poster to be displayed on the virtual platform
  • The conference organiser will arrange an online briefing with the programme committee and run a tech session with you ahead of the conference

For Poster abstracts:

  • Once notified, please confirm your position and send your PDF poster to be displayed on the virtual platform
  • You will be allocated a poster session day on the virtual platform where attendees/ speakers can talk to you directly about your poster


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