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Late-breaking Abstract Submission Will be Open Monday, August 17 through Monday, September 14
Abstract authors can expect a virtual, interactive poster presentation opportunity during AES2020, our new fully virtual event plus a printed guide to abstracts. Authors may represent their abstract as 'presented at AES2020.'
Recognizing the unusual circumstances this year, AES will offer the opportunity to submit an abstract if it was accepted by but not presented virtually or in-person at a meeting that has been canceled or reformatted in 2020. Other restrictions on already-published research still apply.
As the world's largest educational and scientific event for professionals working in epilepsy, AES2020 is the optimal venue to present your research results to a global audience.
All first and/or presenting authors of accepted abstracts must register for AES2020.
ADJUSTMENTS TO SUPPORT THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY DURING COVID-19
- Disrupted Presentations: Ordinarily, abstracts submitted to another scientific or professional meeting do not qualify for submission to AES. This year, AES will offer the opportunity to submit your abstract if it was accepted by but not presented virtually or in-person at a meeting that has been canceled or reformatted in 2020. Other restrictions on already-published research still apply.
- AES2020: All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the AES Scientific Program Committee per the usual process. Accepted abstracts will be made public through both virtual and print platforms and disseminated to the AES2020 audience.
- Abstract Awards: Recipients of abstract awards will receive their award after AES2020, provided that all obligations for receiving the award have been met.
For details on the submission process or to submit your abstract, see our AES Abstract Submission Guidelines.