Guidelines for Abstract Submission

Key dates

Submission closing 15 May 2022
Final notice 15 June 2022

The abstract must not exceed 250 words (without affiliation, without references). The abstract language is English.

The abstract can be submitted in the following topics:

  • Guidelines, Ethics and Standards in Mummy Science
  • Conservation and Restoration of Mummies in Museums
  • Physical Anthropology, Paleopathology, and Paleoradiology
  • Animal Mummies
  • Funerary Archaeology
  • Methods of Mummification
  • Paleoparasitology
  • Bioarcheology
  • Biomedicine
  • Free Topics

Young Researcher Awards

At the end of the submission you can choose whether you want to participate in the following Young Researcher Awards (students under the age of 35 years):

  1. Best Talk / Best Poster
  2. Poster slam competition (click here for more information)

Contributor

All authors, including 1st author, presenting author and co-authors, have to be entered separately. Please enter the authors in the same order as they should appear in the abstract.
Please enter the affiliation in the following format: Department (Institute), Institution (University), City, Country (example: Institute for Mummy Studies, Eurac Research, Bolzano, Italy).
All presenting authors whose abstracts are accepted for the conference, are required to register to attend the conference and pay the relevant fee in order to ensure their abstract is included in the conference program.
Each presenting author is allowed to present only one talk. This does not apply to any poster presentations.

Consent to Publish

By submitting an abstract you give consent to the publication of the abstract in conference material, including the conference website, conference handbook, and email promotions. You further agree that the email address of the 1st author is published in the abstract book.

Online Submission

All abstracts must be submitted electronically via the online submission form. If you are unable to submit in this manner, please contact the conference organizers.
The Scientific Committee reserves the right to move abstracts from one topic to another if necessary. In this case you will be informed in writing.

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