We’ve already discussed the most effective ways for conference organizers to increase the likelihood of receiving high-quality submissions for their Call for Papers and Call for Abstracts. In this post, we address the other side of the table. Read on to find out how to maximize the chances of your abstract being accepted by conference organizers.
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10 tips for writing an effective conference abstract
Your Call for Papers checklist
Sending out a Call for Papers or Call for Abstracts for your conference is a standard part of any organizers’ job. To ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible and that your request is reaching the right academics we’ve put together a ten-step checklist to help you create and promote your next Call for Papers.
Expert interview: Conference trends to watch in 2018
It would be hard to find someone with a more illustrious career in the conference and meetings industry than Ben Hainsworth. After spending twenty years working his way up the ladder at the European Society of Cardiology to become the director of all meetings and congresses he recently decided to turn his focus to the commercial side of meetings, taking a position as the Executive Director of K.I.T Group GmbH, one of the world’s largest PCOs. In an interview with Morressier he talks the latest conference tech trends, the rise of initiated conferences and the last stand-out event he attended.
Why we need to break down the silos of early science
Academic conferences are the touchpoint that bring the entire scholarly ecosystem together to network and present the latest scientific findings. Ironically, this cutting-edge research is often restricted to an offline format – huge halls lined with row upon row of paper posters is the norm.
Welcome to Morressier News
Hi! We’re excited to welcome you to the world of Morressier. We’re a small team that’s building a range of technological solutions targeted at academic conferences. By taking traditionally offline conference posters and presentation into the digital realm, we’re working towards our mission of creating one platform for scientists around the globe to discover and build on early scientific research.