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Abstract Submission




The Conference Programme Committee for the 24th Annual Conference of the ESC invites you to submit an abstract for oral or poster presentation. All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the Conference Programme Committee. All accepted abstracts will be published electronically. Please note: all presenters must be fully registered for the conference.

Please find the all the details for the submission on the dedicated platform (link below). For the submission, you can use the accounts created for Eurocrim2023. If you don’t remember your password, click on Click here if you have forgotten your password or user name button under Login instructions.


Key Dates:

  • Abstracts submission period opens – 26/01/2024

  • Extended abstracts submission deadline – 15/03/2024

  • Early bird registration deadline – 01/06/2024

Important requirement

PRESENTING AUTHORS OF ACCEPTED ABSTRACTS MUST PRE-REGISTER AND PAY FOR THE CONFERENCE BY THE EARLY BIRD DEADLINE (01 JUNE 2024). Only fully registered delegates can present at the conference and will have their abstracts included in the programme.

Each participant is limited to one presentation as first author (for oral or poster presentation), but may be co-author of other presentations. Note: Abstracts which are a part of a Pre-arranged Panel Session are excluded from this limitation. Please keep your abstract short (maximum 1500 characters, with spaces). We encourage participants to submit Pre-arranged Panel Sessions whenever possible in order to ensure a proper distribution of abstracts in the Final Programme.

ESC Working Groups that wish to organize a meeting during the conference should submit this as a normal thematic panel of their working group. The title should clearly label it as a working group meeting and the abstract should provide relevant information to the conference participants. Authors could be the working group chairs. This information will be included in the final program.

Roundtable sessions can be submitted as a single thematic panel with or without papers clearly identifying it as a roundtable in the title. The organizer should at least be included as the author of that panel. Participating discussants could also be included as authors for that panel.

All submissions must be in English, the official language of EUROCRIM 2024. All presentations based on accepted abstract submissions must be made in English. Please use your academic e-mail address when you enter your personal data. 

Each presenting author is responsible for the payment of the registration fee(s), as well as travel and accommodation costs.

Presenting authors should respect the programme’s schedule (no changes will be made). 

Participants should plan to attend the whole meeting. Presentations are scheduled from 11 September, 2024 until 14 September, 2024. We are unable to take into account specific requests for days or times, thank you for your understanding. 

Presenting authors unable to attend the EUROCRIM 2024 may be substituted by a co-author. In case of impossibility, please inform as soon as possible the organizers using the email address   

Abstract Notifications

We notify authors on acceptance/rejection of abstracts on a rolling basis from 1 April, 2024. If you DO NOT receive any e-mail notification regarding your abstract submission by 1 May, 2024, please contact us via   

Abstract Publication

Submission of an abstract constitutes the authors consent to publish it as well as your personal data provided in the submission form.

Abstracts will be published exactly as submitted. 

Abstracts of those who are fully registered until 01June, 2024 will be published in the conference Book of Abstracts.

Technical Support

Contact if you have any technical problems in submitting your abstract.

Submission Guidelines

All submissions must be made via the dedicated submission site. Please note that at the submission site you need to register first before making the submission. Submission via email will not be accepted. You are encouraged to make your submission as early as possible. In this way, ESC staff will be better able to assist you in case of problems.

All submissions must be made via this website. Submission via email will not be accepted.

YOU CAN USE THE ACCOUNT CREATED LAST YEAR FOR EUROCRIM2023 with the same credential. If you don’t remember your password, you can try to reset it. If you have technical issues when accessing the platform, contact

You are encouraged to make your submission as early as possible. In this way, ESC staff will be better able to assist you in case of problems.

You will need to create a profile first, if you don’t have it from EUROCRIM2023. Once this is done, you will be asked to indicate the type of submission you wish to make. The ESC accepts five types of submissions:

  1. Individual paper
    Submission for individual paper presentations must include a title, a paper abstract as well as author name, affiliation and email. Individual papers with more than one author may also be submitted. Please mind: individual paper presentations are primarily intended for research that is close to being completed or where significant work has already been done. Upcoming research projects are better suited for a poster presentation. Individual papers will be arranged into panels by working groups and the conference organizers. For each individual paper, you have to indicate at least one presenting author. These authors have to be registered for the conference.
  2. Pre-arranged panels
    Submissions for pre-arranged panels must include a panel title and a panel abstract, as well as titles, abstracts, author information (name, affiliation and email) for each individual paper within a panel. Pre-arranged panels are intended for individual presentations that are closely linked thematically and complement each other. Pre-arranged panels shall have four or five papers. Panels with less or more papers cannot be submitted. For each panel paper, you have to indicate at least one presenting author. These authors have to be registered for the conference.
  3. Poster presentations
    Submissions for poster presentation must include title, abstract, as well as author name, affiliation and email. Posters are primarily intended for junior scholars, as well as research project that have not been started yet, or where little progress have been made.
  4. Roundtables
    Submission for roundtable sessions must include roundtable title and abstract, as well as, at a minimum, participant information (name, affiliation, email). Roundtables are intended to be more informal than pre-arranged panels, as well as more flexible in their setup and content. The intended format shall be indicated in the roundtable abstract. Roundtables might involve the discussion of a topic, a series of topics; alternatively, roundtables might also include the presentation of one or more fully fledged papers, with the other participants acting as discussants (in the latter case, the submission shall also include paper title, paper abstract and author information).
  5. Author meets critics
    Submission for author meets critics sessions shall include author(s), book title(s), as well as the name, affiliation and email of up to four critics. Author meets critics sessions are intended for a discussion and critiquing of a single book or up to three thematically closely related books. Please note that the books must appear in print before the submission deadline (15 April) to give critics and conference participants enough time to familiarize themselves with their content. Author meets critics sessions are intended for published books only. Book manuscripts and published journal articles can be the subject of a roundtable discussion.

While the ESC accepts individual papers with multiple authors, due to temporal and spatial constrains, only one first authorship of individual paper per person is allowed.
This means that a participant may submit only one single-authored paper or one co-authored paper as a presenting author. This applies irrespective of the fact whether the paper has been submitted individually or as a part of a pre-arranged panel. Conference organizers might grant exceptions from this rule in special circumstances (for example, for PIs of large-scale research projects) – in such cases, please contact the organizers before submission.
There is no such limitation for non-presenting author co-authorships, roundtable participation or being an author or critic in an author meets critics session.

You will receive an automatic confirmation email after you submit. Please check your spam folder, too. If you do not, please contact us at


All submissions will be peer-reviewed. Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis with notifications sent out regularly.
The last acceptance notifications will be sent at the end of April. Furter information on this will be provided.


Please note that all participants of accepted submissions shall properly register for the conference by 1 June 2024. This requirement also applies to roundtable discussants, as well as authors and critics in author meets critics sessions.
For more information about registration deadline, please visit the registration page.


ESC conferences are strictly in-person meetings. Due to technical constrains, the ESC cannot offer hybrid or online participation.

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