Call for abstracts

Please note: the registration to the submission platform is not a registration to the Conference.

Check your submission here.

To register to FEPSAC 2022, please go to this page.


After having created your account on the Conftool submission platform you will be able to submit your abstract by clicking on “Your submissions”.

Choose the track in which you want to submit your abstract and fill the form.
Maximum length of the abstract is noted in the description of the chosen track.

Please, note that only the abstracts of registered presenting authors will be inserted in the program. The registration to the Congress is considered completed only upon payment.

Call for abstracts opening: October 31st, 2021

Call for abstracts deadline: January 31st, 2022 (midnight CET)

Acceptance notification: March 1st, 2022

Abstract re-upload*: March 10th, 2022

*for those who have minor or major corrections from the Scientific Committee. Please, note that it is to the authors’ discretion to decide whether they want to present the abstract with or without the suggested corrections by the Scientific Committee.

Posters must be 70x100cm, in a vertical orientation.

For any issues during the submission procedure, questions on the program and to contact the scientific secretariat, please write to:


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