Abstract & Paper submission

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Please check the following dates and the submission guidelines over before sending in your abstract.


  • Abstract Submission Deadline: July 11th 2024. (*)
  • Notification of Acceptance/Rejection: August 30th 2024.
  • Final Paper Submission Deadline: September 19th 2024. (*)
  • Registration deadline for authors: September 19th 2024. (*)
  • Virtual presentation deadline: October 10th 2024. (*)
  • Conference Dates: November 11th-12th-13th 2024.

(*) Included. By midnight - 23:59 Los Angeles Time Zone

Contributions will only be published in the ICERI2024 Proceedings if at least one of the authors of the paper is registered before September 19th 2024 (this applies to both in-person and virtual participants).


Submission guidelines for oral, poster and virtual modalities


  • Abstracts should be submitted on-line through the MyIATED platform
  • Authors should sign in with their user and password.
  • New users should create their MyIATED account first.
  • The deadline for abstract submission is July 11th 2024.
  • All abstracts must be submitted and presented in English.
  • Abstracts should be within the scope of the conference topic areas.
  • Please remember that a single author registration can cover a maximum of 2 abstracts.


  • Avoid citing sources in your abstract. The abstract should be self-contained and fully understandable without reference to other sources.
  • Define abbreviations the first time they appear in your text. Example: HEA (Higher Education Area), before being used as an abbreviation only. Abbreviations or their definitions should not be used in the title.
  • Complex mathematical formulas should be avoided. For the symbols ≤ or ≥, type instead <= or >=.
  • Tables, charts or other graphics may not be included in the abstract and will be deleted by the editors.
  • The maximum length is 3500 characters including spaces.
  • The minimum number of characters for an abstract to be reviewed is 1000, including spaces.
  • Authors should indicate whether their presentation preference is oral, poster or virtual. The Programme Committee reserves the right to decide on the final allocation and presentation method.
  • After having registered as an author, you will receive a confirmation by email.
  • After registering a new abstract, you will receive an email with your abstract ID. This abstract is still editable.
  • You can make corrections or delete editable abstracts, or register new abstracts until the deadline: July 11th 2024.
  • When your abstract is ready, you will be able to send it to the Scientific Committee for evaluation. It will no longer be editable. Abstracts are automatically sent for evaluation after the submission deadline.
  • All participants will be notified by August 30th 2024 about whether their abstracts have been accepted, rejected or if they need modifications.
  • If you run into any problems during the submission process or you do not receive an email confirmation, please contact the Conference Secretary at iceri2024@iated.org.


  • If your abstract is accepted, a Final Paper should be submitted. The length of the final paper should be between 4 and 10 pages (including references). You will be able to download a customized template of the Final Paper which includes your title and author details.
  • A paper should contain the description of your study and should follow the general structure of Abstract, Introduction, Methodology, Results, Conclusions, Acknowledgements (if applicable) and References.
  • Please note that the title and the list of authors should coincide with those of the accepted abstract.
  • All references should be cited according to the Bibliography and Citation Style.
  • Contributions will only be published in the ICERI2024 Proceedings if at least one of the authors of the paper is registered before September 19th 2024 (this applies to both in-person and virtual participants).
  • If you wish to be a session chair, please email your request to iceri2024@iated.org and indicate the topic area in which you are interested. To be a session chair, you must first be a registered participant of the conference.