Scientific papers on topics related to the SIPS 2021 Conference themes are welcome for consideration as oral or poster presentations. All abstracts must be submitted electronically via the Submission page by January 15, 2021. The call for abstract is closed now.
Accepted posters will be displayed online, which requires the author(s) to provide a PowerPoint slide of the poster.
Oral presentations will be selected and assigned to compliment specific panel sessions. Author(s) must indicate if they are available to attend onsite or can only participate via webcast.
The Scientific Program Committee reviews all applications with a view toward the quality of the proposed scientific program. Abstracts may be rejected if they do not comply with the general concepts or requirements described in the guidelines below, or if they have low-quality scientific programs, duplication of major SIPS 2021 sessions and events. While the Scientific Program Committee makes every effort to honor requests, due to space limitations, the committee cannot guarantee preferences.
October 31, 2020 Call for abstracts opens
January 15, 2021 Deadline to submit abstracts
February 1, 2021 Committee decision notifications sent via email
Please review your submission carefully to make sure that all appropriate data and all authors are listed and in the correct order.
No changes to body copy, data or authors will be accepted after the submission deadline of January 15,2021.
Each author included in the abstract must complete their own online Conflict of Interest (COI) and Disclosure of Financial Relationships by or the abstract will not be accepted.
Disclosure of relevant financial relationships includes the commercial interest name, the role played, and what was received.
All authors who will be attending the SIPS 2021 Conference must register online for the meeting and pay any applicable registration fees. The meeting registration site will open in January, 2021.
The registration of at least one author is required for application acceptance and publication in the Conference Book.