Call for Abstracts
All participants are invited to submit their abstracts and indicate their preference for oral or poster presentation.
The available presentation types are:
- An oral presentation takes 20 min. The presentation will include time for questions.
- A poster presentation constitutes a visual display of research projects. The Poster size is A0 (84,1 x 118,9 cm) – one display board will be allocated per poster. The poster display will be an integral part of the program with dedicated times for delegates to interact with poster authors and ask questions.
Book of Abstracts
Abstracts of presentations will be published in our publication series and handed out during the conference. To get an impression check out our Books of Abstracts INSECTA 2018 (pdf) and INSECTA 2017 (pdf)
|Abstract Submission||April 30, 2019|
|Acceptance Notification||Mai 15, 2019|
|Early Bird Registration||June 30, 2019|
All presenters must confirm their participation at the conference by paying the conference fee before June 30th, 2019 (Early bird deadline).
For submitting please follow the instructions carefully to ensure your submission is uploaded into the portal correctly:
- Register for the Conference! Registration
- If you hadn’t done already: Download the abstract template and prepare your abstract. When finished
- Click „Abstract Submission“ at your personal account.
- Enter title.
- Choose type: oral or poster (preference only).
- Upload your completed abstract.
- Upload brief biography of the presenting author (max 200 words).
- Congratulations! An e-mail will confirm your submission.
Abstracts will be returned to the author, if they are
– not using the template
– not uploaded via your personal account!
- Text must be in Arial, 12pt font, single-spaced and grouped style
- Your abstract content should be max. 2.300 characters, including references
- Your abstract should clearly and concisely outline the CONTENT of the presentation and should include a brief introduction, materials and methods, results and discussion, and conclusions