Abstract and Paper Submission

Abstract

Abstracts for peer review must not exceed 2,500 keystrokes including title, authors and addresses, and including spaces and punctuation. The title of your abstract can take up to 100 key strokes, including spaces.

Abstracts must be written and presented in English. Linguistic accuracy is the responsibility of the authors.

Please make sure to indicate the presenting author clearly. Be aware that if this presenting author does not register in time, your contribution will be removed from the program.

Please note that session and form of presentation (oral/poster) of submitted contributions may be changed, following the decision of the EurSAFE Scientific Committee.

Call for papers [Link 1]

Click here to submit your abstract [Link 2]

Paper Submission

If you have received a notification that your abstract has been accepted, you are invited to submit a full paper. 
Please note that in some documents, this is referred to as the extended abstract – this is the same thing as the paper. 
Papers should have a maximum length of 6 pages and must be submitted online through OASES, the Wageningen Academic Publishers Online Academic Submission & Evaluation System and comply with these formatting guidelines [Link 3].

Full paper submission has been extended until the 26th January 2018!

Please make sure to indicate the presenting author clearly. Be aware that if this presenting author does not register in time (12th March 2018), your contribution will be removed from the program.