Call for abstracts

The program for the Aging and Cognition 2025 conference will consist of keynote sessions, poster presentations, symposia, and individual talks. There will be parallel sessions. 

Posters

Posters are individual, free-standing research presentations. A poster presentation is the appropriate format to present your research when material can be explained briefly, is suited for graphic or visual presentation, and/or the presenter would benefit from high levels of interaction and discussion. The poster size is A0 portrait format: height 118,9 cm (46,8 inches), width 84,1 cm (33.1 inches). 

Talks

Presenters of individual talks will speak for 15 minutes and answer questions for a maximum of 5 minutes.  

Symposia

Each symposium needs to include a Chair and at least 3 paper presentations (plus a discussant), or 4 paper presentations.  

A total time of 80 minutes will be allotted to each symposium session. The chair briefly presents the theme of the symposium, organizes and directs the session, introduces the presenters, and ensures that time limits are strictly observed. Presenters speak for 15 minutes and answer questions for a maximum of 5 minutes. Please note that symposia are not financially facilitated by EUCAS. 

The Chair should collect the individual abstracts of the presenters, write a cover abstract to encompass the general topic of the symposium (max 100 words), and submit the cover abstract along with the individual abstracts of each presenter. 

Abstract format and review

Abstracts for posters, individual talks, and symposia should not exceed the 200 words limit. All submissions will be reviewed by the scientific program committee and external reviewers. Notification about abstract acceptance will be sent out in January 2025.