Abstract Submission

Deadline for abstract submission: 22 September 2017
Deadline for notification on acceptance/rejection: 13 October 2017

Please note that only electronic submissions via e-mail using the Abstract Submission form are accepted. You can download the Abstract Submission Form here:

CORC Abstract Submission Form

Please send completed Abstract Submission Forms as Microsoft Word documents to corc2017@ucc.ie 

 

Abstract Submission Guidelines
Abstracts for the 7th Irish Ornithological Research Conference may be submitted for an oral presentation a poster presentation. Any abstracts not offered an oral presentation will automatically be eligible to present and poster. 

 

Requirements & Reviewing Process:

  • Only the presenter needs to submit an abstract
  • Abstracts must be submitted before 22 September 2017 using the form provided
  • Abstracts must be submitted in English
  • The word limit is max. 300 words per abstract
  • Abstracts should not include references, tables or figures
  • Abstracts must be sent as MS Office Word Document (.doc, .docx). Please use the template provided above
  • The presenting author must register as a conference delegate
  • Abstracts submitted will be considered for a poster or oral presentation (depending on your choice during the upload process) by the scientific programme committee
  • All abstracts not selected for an oral presenation will be invited to submit a poster presenation
  • The scientific programme committee reserves the right to exclude any abstract, or to request amendments to an abstract prior to acceptance
  • Notification of acceptance or rejection of the abstract will be sent to all authors by 13 October 2017
  • Abstracts not selected for an oral presentation will be placed on a waiting list. In case of further presentation slots the authors will be notified according to the waiting list ranking
  • Withdrawal of abstracts can only be accepted if the committee is notified in writing. It is only possible to withdraw an abstract until 14 days after notification on acceptance
  • It is the responsibility of all investigators that all studies are performed with respect to legislation and to ethical guidelines
  • Proofread your abstract carefully as you cannot edit your abstract after it has been submitted

 

For enquiries regarding abstracts and speakers, please contact corc2017@ucc.ie 

 

Presentations: Abstracts approved for oral presentation must be transferred to a PowerPoint presentation.

Posters: Posters approved for display at the conferences need to be in portrait format in A0 size (84,1*118,9 cm). They will need to be fixed with double sided velcro strips which will be provided by the conference organizers. The presenting author must register as a conference delegate. Posters that have been presented at other meetings are welcome!

Proceedings: All abstracts will be offered the opportunity for publication in Irish Birds

What is an abstract? An abstract is a one-paragraph summary of a research project. The audience for these abstracts covers a broad scope from specialist to non-specialist and so the language used must be easily accessible to all. It should briefly describe the scope, purpose, results, and conclusions of your work. Further information can be found here. Examples of abstracts from previous events in this series can be found here and here

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