Call for Abstracts

The confirmation of Abstract Submission will be automatically sent to the submitter who should be the presenting author by e-mail upon completion of online submission. This letter is not an acceptance notification but a notification of your submission details. It is the responsibility of each individual to verify the acknowledgements and carefully review the submitted abstract(s), noting that in some cases during the submission process, characters become illegible.  

Accepted papers will be published in related scientific journals
(Clinical Hemorheology and Microcirculation, Biorheology Microcirculation, etc.)

By submitting my abstracts, I give my consent to apply for the Early Investigator's Award. 

Guidelines for Abstract Submisssion

Basic format for abstracts: 

  • Abstract can be structures in Background, Methods, Results and Conclusions or in one paragraph continuous text.
  • The word limit is 175-275 (excluding title and author list).
  • Keywords should be provided as a must (no more than 06 words).
  • Keywords should be written in lowercase letters (Not applicable to names/scientific names) and should be separated with commas.
  • Please do not include subheadings, bullets, lists and header/footer in the abstract. Do not indent the first line.
  • Abstract titles should be short, but descriptive. Informative titles, indicating key points are encouraged. Length should be a maximum of 115 characters, including spaces. Abbreviations should not be used in the title.
  • Acronyms should be written in full the first time, mentioned in the text, followed by the abbreviation in parentheses.
  • Always follow SI Units.
  • Scientific names must be in Italic.
  • Use a negative exponent (g. kgm-3) and do not indicate units as divisions (e.g. kg/m 3 ).
  • Chemical formulae should be written in a standard form such as “CaCO3”, not as “CaCO3”. Use a zero before decimal points such as “0.45,” not “.45.”
  • There shall be no citations or references in the abstract specifically. If there is a need to cite references, please provide the sources in brackets.


  • Title: Times New Roman, 12 points, Upper case, Centered text in bold
  • Body: Times New Roman, 11 points; Line spacing: 1, one column of text


  • Affiliations should be indicated with superscript Arabic numbers appearing at the end of surname/family name.
  • A superscript asterisk shout be used for the corresponding author
  • Names of affiliations should be given including the country.
  • If there is more than one name and address, they should be related by superscript numbers.


Surname INITIALS 1 , Surname INITIALS 1* and Surname INITIALS 2

1 Department, Faculty, University, Country

2 Department, Institute, Country

*[email protected] (* Email address of the corresponding author)

General Instructions 

  • Abstracts should represent the original work.
  • Informative abstracts and critical abstracts are accepted.
  • The Abstract should be written in English.
  • Please indicate one – three most relevant themes for your abstract from the conference tracks.
  • Please send in a brief biography together with the Abstract.
  • Documents that do not confirm to the guidelines will be asked to revise.
  • Documents received after the given deadline, due to any reason will not be accepted unless the deadline is extended.

The abstract should be submitted in the format of PDF (.pdf) or MS Word (.doc or .docx) document.
Please use the abstract template: Download Template
Summary abstract guidelines:
Download Guidelines

Steps to follow for your Abstract Submission

 Once you prepared your abstract according to the above guidelines,

  • Submit your abstract via the Upload Button
  • After the submission you will be acknowledged of the receipt of the abstract via an email within three working days.

Deadline for Abstract Submission

Please submit your abstract before: July 1st, 2023

Submit well before the submission deadline to be eligible for Early Bird rates to reserve your seats for the conference

Once accepted:
Guideline for Presentations 

Guideline for oral presentations  

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  1. The time available for each presentation will be 15 minutes, 12 minutes for oral presentation and 3 minutes for questions. (tbc.)
  2. In order to prepare the sessions and check the correct visualization of all digital materials (4x3 or 16x9 ppx format acceptable), you are kindly asked to send your presentation to the Conference Office at [email protected], before xx, 2023. (tba.)
  3. You could use the on-line platform to submit your presentation, wich will be open on the website.
  4. Please check the website regularly for more specific informatio

Guideline for poster presentations

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  1. Posters can be set up in the Poster Area from 9 a.m. on 28th September and must be removed by 4 a.m. on 30th September at the latest. Those posters which will remain in the Poster Area after its closing will not be kept.
  2. Poster can be viewed during breaks and lunch time throughout the entire Conference. The presenting author should be available near the poster during the Poster Session on 29th September, 2023 from 12:30 a.m. till 1:30 p.m. to discuss his/her poster with interested colleagues.
  3. There will be one poster board for each poster. Poster boards will be marked with numbers/names according to the numbering of posters as given in the program.
  4. Staff will be around should you need help. You do not need to bring your own fixing material. Tapes for fastening the posters will be available in the Poster Area.
  5. All posters must be prepared in English.
  6. Poster boards’ dimensions (including frames) will be 100 cm in width and 200 cm in height. To keep good legibility of the poster, we recommend a maximum size of 90 cm (35.4 inches) in width and 120 cm (47.2 inches) in length (DIN A0). Please use the “portrait” position.
  7. Make sure that the poster is not crowded by too many letters or numbers. Posters should be easy to read from a 2-meter distance.