Online Etmaal 2021 on February 4 &5
The virtual Etmaal will be in a smaller configuration than our regular Etmaal. The Etmaal wants to focus on PhD students, as for them, it is most important to be able to present their work at academic conferences. Thus, for this Etmaal, only PhD students can submit an abstract. If they are the first author, supervisors and others can be co-authors.
Deadline for abstracts is Monday 16 November, at 5pm (17:00 hours). Submissions are limited to a 250-words abstract. The abstract should consist of a brief description of background, method, findings and conclusions. When submitting the abstract, one specific division or TWG needs to be chosen. The full list of NeFCA divisions and TWGs can be found here.