Abstract submission is available through the ExOrdo platform:
Before submission, you will be asked to register to ExOrdo.
Please note that the registration to the submitting platform is not a registration to the Congress.
For any doubt do not hesitate to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
NOVEMBER 28 – NEW EXTENDED DEADLINE for ABSTRACT SUBMISSION and FINANCIAL SUPPORT
The call for abstracts has been a great success! By 27th October we had already received more than 800 abstracts from researchers all over the world.
However, we have received several requests to extend the abstract submission deadline, due to ongoing arrangements for additional ECR support funding. Therefore, the INQUARoma2023 organizing committee has agreed to extend the abstract submission deadline to November 28th, which means there are still four weeks to submit your abstracts for INQUARoma2023! Please note that the deadline for financial support is extended to November 28 as well.
To help the organizing committee, please do not leave your submissions until the last minute.
Details on abstract submission
The presenting author will have to register for the conference for the abstract to be included in the final program. It will be possible to change the presenting author at short notice in case of an unforeseen absence of the registered presenter.
A maximum of TWO abstracts from each presenting author will be considered (one oral, one poster, or two posters). Authors are asked to indicate their preferred session (following the numbering of the list) and presentation mode (oral or poster). A secondary session must be chosen, too. Please note that the final decision will be made by the session’s convener(s) and organizing committee. Apart from scientific sessions, additional abstracts could be submitted to Session 10: Visualizing Science – The art of communicating science, Session 108: Equitable and ethical knowledge production in Quaternary Science, and Session 187: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives in the Quaternary Sciences.
All abstracts must be written in English, in plain text without any special characters. The Word amount cannot exceed the maximum limit of 350, excluding titles, authors and affiliations. No references should be included. Graphics will not be accepted.
At the end of the submission procedure, all authors will receive an email confirmation. In the event that this doesn’t happen, please look at the “My submission” section on the Ex Ordo website, check your spam folder and, only if you are still in doubt, contact Ex Ordo.
Please note that all authors can modify the abstract, to any extent. Changes are allowed up to the deadline, even after the submission.