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2018 Annual Meeting Abstracts
2018 LATE BREAKING ABSTRACTS OPEN THROUGH SEPTEMBER 24
Late breaking abstract submissions open Monday, August 27 and close Monday, September 24 at 11:59 PM ET. Abstracts must be submitted electronically. Due to the quick turnaround for the review of abstracts, there will be no extended deadline for the late-breaking submissions. Please keep in mind that due to many submissions on the last day, the site will slow down. Submit your abstract as early as possible!
- Late Breaking Abstracts: These abstract submissions are designed to emphasize new, engaging or exciting research data that was not available when the original abstract submissions closed. Selection is based on scientific merit, timeliness, and anticipated interest to the meeting attendees. You will be required to upload a letter in the abstract submitter explaining why your abstract should be considered for the late submission. If you do not upload a letter your abstract will not be considered. Abstract submission fees are $100 for non-corporate and $300 for all others.
- Fellows Late Breaking Abstracts: This abstract submission is for Fellows to allow trainees to submit an abstract and attend the AES Annual Meeting. You will be required to upload a letter in the abstract submitter from your supervisor confirming you are a trainee and why your abstract should be considered for late breaking. If you do not upload a letter your abstract will not be considered. Abstract submission fees are $75 for AES members and $100 for non-members.
If you will be submitting an abstract and applying for AES membership, please allow up to 5 business days for your membership payment to be processed before submitting your abstract in order to receive the member rate.
POSTER – If your abstract is accepted, you will be expected to hang your poster in the hall on your assigned day for the entire day. In addition, the first author will need to commit to the "Author Present" time, which is Noon – 2:00 pm on your assigned day. This is a great time to discuss your research.