Abstract Submission is now Open.
The submissions deadline for abstracts has now passed and abstract submission is now closed.
Guidelines for Abstract Submission:
The abstract template must be used to make a submission. The template can be found
when clicking on the “abstract template” button below.
When completing the downloaded template, please name the document as
If you are submitting more than one abstract under the same user name, the document number should change accordingly (e.g., smith_john_2.doc).
When you have downloaded the template, please ensure your abstract adheres to the
following font and style structure:
The word limit per each abstract is 150 words. Submissions not meeting this requirement will not be accepted.
Font used should be Times New Roman 12pt.
-Please ensure that all authors’ names (including supervisor) and organizations are included in your abstract. A submission that does not include the name of a professional who has supervised the research or consulting experience will not be accepted.
-All abstract submissions need to be in English.
-Abstracts should be submitted via email to email@example.com
-Please include the file name in the subject line followed by "_abstract"(i.e., Smith_John_1_abstract)
-Abstracts must be received by January 18, 2013 or they will not be accepted.
You will receive notification of your submission upon receipt (within 24 hours) via email
and notification of your submission results by Monday February 4th, 2013
If you do not receive either notification by the indicated dates, please contact the
ECSEPS committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional reminders that early-bird conference registration ends Friday February 15th,
2013 and early-bird hotel registration ends Monday March 11th, 2013
Oral Presentation Format:
Senior undergraduate students or graduate students are encouraged to present on the
empirical findings of a completed research, proposed research, and/or research in-
progress in a sport, exercise, or health environment. Each presentation will be comprised
of a 12 minute presentation plus 3 minutes for questions. Speakers will be expected to use
PowerPoint slides. Submissions should abide by the abstract format outline.