The call for session proposals is closed

House of Commons format session, 2018 Ecsite Conference

Dear colleagues,

We hope you were on time to submit your brilliant session idea. Now you might be wondering, what after? When will I know if my obviously amazing session was accepted, and by the way, who are these ACPC people judging my proposals? What are my next steps?

Worry no more, here's what you need to know:

The Annual Conference Programme Committee (ACPC) will now evaluate all suggested sessions. They will then meet in Brussels for a 3-days meeting, in which they'll debate which sessions to accept, which sessions to leave out, which topics aren't being covered at the Conference, etc.

The outcome of this meeting will be shared with you by mid-December. You'll then be notified if your session was accepted, accepted with conditions or rejected. Those sessions accepted or accepted with conditions will have until 24 January to polish their abstracts, speakers contributions, etc.

On 24 January, sessions will be locked and the Ecsite office will start working on the conference programme that will be launched together with the opening of online registrations: 13 February.

So for now, it's your turn to relax while the ACPC goes through hundreds of submissions and will do their best to select those that you won't want to miss in Copenhagen!

Good luck,

The Ecsite team

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