Abstract Submission

Consult the abstracts: LINK

(ERJ, September 2013, Volume 42, supplement 57)

Abstract submission is closed. 5,496 abstracts were submitted (+6% compared to the ERS 2012 Vienna Annual Congress).

Notification of acceptance of the abstracts submitted between December 2012 and February 2013 will be sent to authors in late May 2013.

Abstracts (first round) : check whether your abstract has been accepted for the congress.

Late-breaking Abstracts

Submission of late-breaking abstracts now closed (it was open from 1 to 31 May 2013).

Take part in the Annual Congress 2013 by submitting a late-breaking abstract. These will be considered for the Free Communication sessions and will be presented as Oral Presentations, Thematic Posters and Poster Discussions.

All submitted abstracts are reviewed anonymously based on scientific strength, methodology and the data provided, as well as on the novelty/originality of the findings.

Late-breaking abstracts must contain novel data based on original research. A submission fee of $90 USD is applied and non-refundable (corresponding to €75 fee). Only the best late-breaking abstracts will be accepted.

Guidelines for late-breaking abstract submissions

A late breaking abstract should contain new and exciting information that was not yet available at the regular abstract submission February deadline. The late-breaking abstract deadline is not an extension of the regular abstract submission deadline.

You can submit your late breaking abstract online. All submitted late-breaking abstracts will be forwarded to the Scientific Programme Committee for their consideration. A notification regarding acceptance or rejection will be sent to the presenting author of the abstract before the end of July 2013.

For your information, the acceptance rate of the 1st round abstracts is around 80%. The acceptance rate for the late-breaking abstracts is under 50%.

For the first round, when submitting an abstract you could apply for an Abstract Grant to travel to the ERS Annual Congress, and for ERS Sponsorship.

Further information:

  1. Instructions

  2. How to write an abstract