Abstract Handling

Please note that while submitting an abstract a registration number is required. So please register yourself first before you start submitting your abstract.
You can register without using a credit card. Select during the registration process the option “Bank transfer”, which is the default option.

The abstracts should contain all relevant information on the contribution. They are the sole basis for the acceptance of the contribution as oral or poster by the International Scientific Program Committee. Specifically, it can not be longer than 300 words.

ATTENTION: each presenter can submit a maximum of three abstracts (one oral presentation + two posters). If you submit more than three abstracts, only the last three are going to be considered.

The length of oral presentations is limited to 15 minutes including questions. Each poster will be on display on two consecutive days during the conference with dedicated poster sessions during the one hour long coffee / tea breaks in the afternoon, requiring attendance of author(s).

In order to submit an abstract to this conference, you have to log in to the Indico system using a CERN account. If you do not yet have one, it is very easy to create a CERN light user account via the following link.
Once you have done this, you will be able to log in and submit your abstract via the CERN Indico server.

 

The abstracts will be classified for the different fields covered by the conference according to the following scheme.

track explanation sub classification
CR-EX Cosmic-ray phenomena Experiment
CR-TH Cosmic-ray phenomena Theory
CR-IN Cosmic-ray phenomena Instrumentation
DM-EX Dark matter phenomena Experiment
DM-TH Dark matter phenomena Theory
DM-IN Dark matter phenomena Instrumentation
GA-EX Gamma-ray astronomy Experiment
GA-TH Gamma-ray astronomy Theory
GA-IN Gamma-ray astronomy Instrumentation
NU-EX Neutrino astronomy Experiment
NU-TH Neutrino astronomy Theory
NU-IN Neutrino astronomy Instrumentation
SH-EX Solar and heliospheric phenomena Experiment
SH-TH Solar and heliospheric phenomena Theory
SH-IN Solar and heliospheric phenomena Instrumentation