You are kindly invited to submit abstracts describing research work that you wish to present at the conference.
All abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee. The presenting author must register to attend the conference after which the abstract will be included in the conference proceedings.
You can submit an abstract until the 15 May 2023.
The presenting author will be informed about the acceptance of the abstract at the latest 7 days before deadline for Early Bird.
Guidelines for submission of abstracts:
A written abstract must be submitted for oral/poster presentation. Please read the following guidelines carefully before submitting the abstract.
- Abstracts can only be submitted through this website. (Find form below)
- Abstracts must be pasted in the appropriated boxes in the “abstract submission form”.
- Abstracts should be marked with either “oral presentation, “poster presentation” or both
- Abstracts must be written in English and must not exceed 250 words
- Abstracts must be structured under the following headings:
All presentations must describe original work to which all authors listed have made a significant contribution. No honorarium, fee or payment of expenses will be provided for presentations.
The conference will have the following sessions:
SESSION 1: Sustainable food system for vitamin adequacy
SESSION 2: Vitamin K – why still a mystery?
SESSION 3: Potential of vitamins in pharmacological doses as disease therapy
SESSION 4: Vitamins in food – from measurement to bioavailability
SESSION 5: B vitamins in energy metabolism
SESSION 6: New advances in vitamin research
Author should select the relevant session for their abstract. The Scientific Committee might select another session. The information on this will be given in the final approval from the Scientific Committee to the author.
Speakers in Copenhagen will have a 15 min oral presentation including Q&A to participants in Copenhagen and the online participants.
Online speakers will need to forward a 10 min recorded video of the presentation, but be present online for the 5-minute Q&A.
See guidelines for oral presentation: click here
All posters will be displayed in Copenhagen for the Poster Event.
Poster presenters in Copenhagen will be asked to include a 5-minute presentation incl. Q&A to participants in Copenhagen and the online participants.
Online poster presenters will need to forward a 3 min recorded video of the poster presentation, but be present online for the 2-minute Q&A.
The participants attending the conference in Copenhagen will be invited for a light meal and beverages.
Please see guidelines for poster presentation: click here