CALL FOR PAPERS

Important dates

OPENING OF CALL FOR ABSTRACTS 

1st September 2022

Abstract submission deadline

15th January 2023

NOTIFICATION TO AUTHORS (ORAL OR POSTER PRESENTATION)

15th February 2023

Opening of early bird registration

1st January 2023

Early bird registration deadline

5th May 2023

Deadline for submission of presentations

19th May 2023

CONFERENCE

6th - 9th June 2023

Nancy guided
tour

7th June 2023

Conference evening event

7th June 2023

The 15th International Conference on Hand-Arm Vibration Vibration provides a forum to present your work. There will be two presentation formats: a 20-minute oral presentation, or a poster to be presented during the specific sessions that will be held in between oral presentations. Before each poster session, the speakers will have one minute to present orally the theme of their poster in maximum slide.

If you would like to present a paper, submit your abstract via the online form below. An acknowledgment of receipt will be sent to you. The abstracts will be published in an open access journal with a unique DOI identifier for each.

Abstracts should:
• be written in English
• not exceed more than 4 pages
• be sent before January 15, 2023
• comply with the abstract guideline

The scientific committee will choose the format of your communication: oral communication or poster.

Please note that presentations with a commercial approach will not be accepted.

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