Next Meeting

EPS Meeting: University of Plymouth. 19th – 21st April 2023.

This meeting will include 30th EPS Prize Lecture by Clare Sutherland (with an accompanying symposium organised by Mila Mileva) and the 12th Frith Prize Lecture by Tom Arthur.

We opened the portals at 10am (UK Time) on Monday 16th January 2023 for members and their guests to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations, which remained open for 24 hours until 10am on Tuesday 17th January 2023.

To support a larger number of oral presentations, we will be offering both ordinary talk slots (i.e. 20min talk + 10min questions) and shorter ‘flash’ talk slots (i.e. 10 min talk + 5min questions). Ordinary length talks are well suited to presenting a comprehensive series of experiments or complex data that lead to novel theoretical advances or insights. Shorter talks are best suited to presenting empirical data from smaller/earlier-stage projects. When submitting your abstract, you will be asked to indicate which talk type you are submitting for – please think carefully which is the best fit for your work when planning your abstract.

After 24 hours, we will check whether submission numbers exceed slots available and if so, will conduct a light touch review of submissions (to check eligibility) then select talks using a lottery system. Where possible, talks that are not selected in the lottery will be offered a poster.

If talk slots remain after 24 hours, the portal will remain open until full, and restrictions on the number of submissions per lab will be lifted.

The submissions portals are now closed and we are assessing all submissions via a light touch review (to check eligibility) before proceeding to the next stage, selecting abstracts using a lottery system.

Local Organiser: Alastair Smith