Abstract Submission for FRPT 2021 is open until 12 May 2021.
Being part of the Virtual Conference program is a great opportunity to push forward your career.
Get recognition for your work, constructive feedback and new ideas. Share your findings with international experts and make a name for yourself in the field.
Abstract submission is free of charge and does not require registration to the Conference or any other binding commitments. You will have to register after being accepted, in order to be part of the program.
Don’t miss your chance to:
Expand your professional network
Presenting your abstract at FRPT 2021 will allow people to know that you are doing research in this area and will allow you to connect to future collaborators. Discuss your findings with experts from around the world and meet with your colleagues who are interested in your topic.
Gain more exposure for your work
In the virtual FRPT format, even more people will have a chance to see your results and get in touch with you – during or after the Conference! Your research will gain wide exposure, you will get more feedback and ideas, and your name will be recognized in the conference programme.
Have your paper published
The full papers of the best abstracts presented at FRPT 2021 will be published in a special issue of:
- The “Radiotherapy and Oncology“ Journal – for clinical application and biology related research
- The “Physica Medica“ Journal – for technology/dosimetry related work
Improve your skills
Develop your presentation and communication skills, an essential competence for advancing your career. The more you present your work, the better you become at explaining why your results are important and how your results can impact science.
Be part of a one-of-a-kind programme
Submission allows you to be creative in sharing your abstract for oral or e-poster presentation for the Conference. You can also choose among various topics across three tracks: Radiation Modalities, Mechanisms, Flash in the Clinic.
Contribute to the future
Sharing your research contributes to our goal to build a worldwide organisation of scientists and professionals interested in FLASH Radiotherapy (RT) using protons, electrons, heavier charged ions and photons.