How to Submit an Abstract
Abstracts should be on topic, based on the conference themes, demonstrate the value of the material to the audience and submitted no later than Friday 1 May 2020.
Given that a large number of abstracts will be received for review, each should be well-written, and clearly and concisely outline the material proposed for presentation. Abstracts with a pronounced commercial or marketing tone will not be accepted. Abstracts that have been presented at other conferences may also not be accepted.
Please click here to submit your abstract via our online abstract management portal. You will not be required to upload a word document as per ALGA's previous conferences, however you are welcome to use the template as a guide. Please 'copy & paste' into the abstract portal. The three sections to complete online are:
- Background/Objectives. State the problems, situations, and objectives that led to the work that would be presented at the Conference. For pilot- or field-scale work, briefly summarize the history, climate, and other pertinent conditions of the site(s). If the site(s) cannot be named for reasons of confidentiality, provide enough information to establish context.
- Approach/Activities. Describe the project scale (e.g. laboratory, field) and identify the scientific principles, technology or combination of technologies being studied.
- Results/Lessons Learned. Mention any results that can be discussed now and describe the types of data and analyses expected to be available at the time of presentation.
Oral presentation (20 mins + End of session panel discussion)
Poster presentation (elevator pitch - approx. 5 min)
Submission deadline: Friday 1 May 2020
If you have any issues submitting, please contact Shardai Eaton