Abstract submission is now closed!
Undergraduate and graduate students, as well as professionals, scientists and university faculty, in forensic science or related fields, are invited to submit a 250-word abstract for a 10-minute oral presentation or a poster presentation (or both).
Following our theme of novelties in forensic science, presentation topics may include: the development of new techniques, the use of new technologies, the improvement of past methods, etc.
As per the form, which can be obtained by clicking on the red button below, the abstract submission should include:
- Title & Keywords
- Name of author(s) & Affiliation(s)
- Presenting author’s contact details
This conference is bilingual, and presentations can therefore be done in English or French. Please select the language-appropriate form for your abstract submission to help us identify in what language you wish to present.
At this time, the format of the conference remains uncertain due to the pandemic. In preparing their abstract, presenters should consider the possibility of a virtual presentation due to COVID-19 sanitary measures.
Accepted abstracts will be notified by February 28th, 2021. Presenters may be asked to adjust their presentation according to the conference format chosen in upcoming months.
Submit Your Abstract
The abstract submission period has now ended. We would like to thank everyone who submitted an abstract for the 2021 CUFFS conference! Decisions regarding all abstracts were sent on February 25th, 2021. Additional presentation details and guidelines will be provided in upcoming days.
If you submitted an abstract and did not receive an update, please contact Elisabeth Cuerrier-Richer at email@example.com.