Frequently Asked Questions
The 2019 meeting will be held December 6-10 at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, MD.
The deadline to submit your abstract for the 2019 meeting has passed.
AES will accept late-breaking submissions in September. Late-breaking abstracts should feature emerging data that was not available during the regular abstract submission period.
Acceptances will be sent via email notification. More information on timing will be available soon.
No. You must register for the meeting separately.
Although the first author is preferred, any co-author may present without having to notify AES.
No. AES allows you to be the first and presenting author on one abstract only.
Yes. Detailed instructions will be made available in October and will be posted to the website.
No. Photography and video are strictly prohibited in the poster hall.
No. The abstract submission fee is non-refundable. Once the abstract has been submitted, it is considered processed.
The poster board is 4 ft. high x 8 ft. wide (usable space for the poster is 44" x 91"). AES does not specify a size for the actual poster, but it is required to fit within the size of the poster board itself.
No. AES does not allow or provide A/V in the poster area.
- For CME or a certificate of participation in a CME activity, access to CME/CE Credit claim is based on your registration type. Click here to review eligible registration types.
- For Nurse or Pharmacist credit, follow the instructions provided by American Epilepsy Society's partner, Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare, Inc. Nursing and Pharmacy credit (per session) is based on attendance as well as completing of an online evaluation form. Additional information will be posted prior to the meeting. Access to CME/CE Credit claim is based on your registration type. Click here to review eligible registration types.