Final Call for Abstracts
Abstract submission will close on Friday 30th October. We are working hard to ensure a successful conference in spite of COVID-19. Please support us by submitting your abstracts in good time. If you cannot come to Paris in person you will be able to present your work on-line. In view of continuing uncertainty about the COVID-19 pandemic and international travel, we are making contingency plans for a partly or fully virtual meeting.
In the event of a partially virtual conference, platform presentations given in the hall will be live-streamed to virtual attendees. If a speaker is unable to attend they will be able or present from home either live or as a recording. If the conference is fully virtual, speakers will also be able either to present from home or pre-record their talks for streaming. Posters will be presented as e posters. Please be assured that you will be able to present any work that is accepted.
We have an excellent and full programme of invited speakers. All invited speakers have agreed to present their talks on-line if they are unable to come to Paris in person. The cost of virtual registration is not yet fixed, but will be much less than for attendance, as we don’t have to feed you! In view of the uncertainty regarding the format of the meeting, we are postponing the opening of registration at present. Registration is not required for abstract submission. We hope to be able to make a definite decision on the format of the conference by January at the latest. We look forward to an interesting and valuable, if different, meeting.
President, European Strabismological Association
Rosario Gomez de Liaño,
President, International Strabismological Association.
Emmanuel Bui Quoc,
Chair, Local Organizing Committee.