Abstract submissions are now closed
If your abstract has already been submitted and accepted through the review process, and you have received a request for a full paper, you can submit your paper here.
Submissions are sought from undergraduate students, Honours students 2018-2019 and MRes students (in the first year of candidature) in any academic discipline. Students at any stage of research, including those with in-progress and preliminary findings, are welcome to present.
To be considered to present at ACUR 2019, please submit your abstract by Friday 2nd August 2019. You may submit a full paper with your abstract, or send following acceptance of your abstract.
If you have any queries about the submission deadlines, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
When submitting, you can select a preferred outcome from:
- a poster presentation
- a short oral presentation
- a full paper and oral presentation
- a full paper and poster presentation.
All submissions must include an abstract. Your abstract must include the following features:
- a clear statement of your research question or field of investigation
- a clear statement of research methods
- the background to your research project
- a summary of your conclusions (or preliminary conclusions)
- meet the 300 word limit.
While submissions will be reviewed by academics in relevant fields of study, you should aim to write your abstract in such a way that is accessible to a broad audience.
All papers should be uploaded as Word documents and meet the requirements for full papers set out in the Manuscript Guidelines.
If you are submitting an abstract and/or paper, go to the submission form