Frequently asked questions
Apply for the congress
The abstract submission for ISCOMS 2024 is closed.
An abstract can only be presented by one student. Other people who are working on the same project can be recognized as co-authors in the abstract and can be registered as non-presenting participants, but are not allowed to present the same research. You can find guidelines for writing abstracts for ISCOMS here: Abstract Requirements.
The social programme of ISCOMS 2024 will be announced soon.
Yes, this is possible. The Post Congress Tour is for both presenting and non-presenting participants.
You have 12 minutes to present your research if you are selected for a plenary presentation: 9 minutes for your presentation and 3 minutes for the following discussion.
You have 11 minutes to present your research if you are selected for an oral presentation: 8 minutes for your presentation and 3 minutes for the following discussion.
You have 10 minutes to present your research if you are selected for a poster presentation: 7 minutes for your presentation and 3 minutes for the following discussion.
Posters will be shown on digital poster boards, so it is not necessary to bring your own poster.
Travel grants are available for a limited number of presenting participants. Requests will be evaluated by our Travel Grant Committee. The number of grants that will be awarded is based on the number of requests and the amount depends on the described situation of the presenting participant. Click here to apply for the ISCOMS Travel Grant.
We highly recommend students to look for other opportunities for receiving a travel grant. Many universities give out grants to students going to an academic event. Ask your university about these possibilities. You can also take a look at the Grant finder which contains information on a range of Dutch scholarships for foreign students. These scholarships can be searched by selecting one of the categories on the website. To go to the grant finder website please click here.