General guidelines for submissions

English is the official language for all Conference communications.
The first author of an abstract is considered to be the presenter of this contribution at the EAWOP congress. As first author, each person may submit a maximum of three submissions. These can be either

  • single or position papers
  • oral presentations in a symposium or in a practitioner forum including being a discussant (if you are also the session chair or co-chair of this symposium/forum this only counts as one submission)
  • posters
  • being a chair or co-chair of a symposium/forum without authoring one of the single contributions of this symposium/forum

Not counting for this “rule of three” are the participation in a debate or panel discussion, or invited contributions such as a Keynote or Invited Symposia. Moreover, there is no restriction on the number of submissions as co-author.

Each submission includes a structured abstract. Please note that the structure of abstracts differs between the submission types (for details see Submission Types).
Theory papers may not be submitted as a single paper but as part of a symposium/forum.
The Program Committee will review all abstracts. In some cases abstracts may be rejected as oral presentations but accepted as posters.
Applicants will receive notification of acceptance of their contribution no later than January 15th, 2013.