Abstract submission is closed. We received 70 abstracts. Last reviews and acceptance decisions were sent to the authors on week 8. Updating the abstracts is possible until April 16 at EasyChair submission platform
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Is your research relevant to the event’s aims and scope.
Make sure you are using the right abstract format. The template in Word format is available for download by clicking the button down below.
Is your abstract within the scope of one of our open theme/topics? Please check the themes and topics list. If you find a relevant theme/topic, you will have the option to select it when you submit your manuscript. If no theme or topic is relevant your manuscript can be considered for the event’s general section.
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Have you prepared your abstract in line with the abstracts submission guidelines? Please check them to find out more. Always use the provided Word format when submitting your abstract. The format is available in our abstract submission system called EasyChair. To enter EasyChair click the button ‘Submit your abstract’.
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Submitting and registration
When your abstract is selected by the scientific committee we count on your on-site participation and all presentations need to be presented in person on-site. Please be aware that abstract submission is not the same as registration for the conference. See the information on the event’s sign up and costs info on our event website.
Make sure your abstract is written in English language and has received scientific editing.
Copyright, editing and publishing policies
Please note our guidelines for copyright and our editorial / publishing policies, as we highly value these. Visit our editorial and publishing policies page to find out more.
Ready to submit your abstract?
Once you have considered all of the areas on this page, you are ready to move onto the next stage. Please visit our online submission system to progress.
|Submission of abstracts opens on||September 15, 2022|
|Submission of abstracts closes on||January 30, 2023|
|Confirmation of the contribution acceptance||February 28, 2023|
|Deadline for receipt of registration forms||March 20, 2023|
|Submission of final abstracts or full papers||April 16, 2023|
|Conference start||May 9, 2023|
|Conference end||May 12, 2023|
The conference program will be reviewed and put together by a scientific committee. The committee exist of the ESPC board members and special guest scientific committee members from The Netherlands.
Members of the ESPC board:
- Gilda Santos, CITEVE, Portugal
- Edith Claßen, Hohenstein Laboratories GmbH & Co, Germany
- Henk Vanhoutte, European Safety Federation (ESF), Belgium
- Anna Dąbrowska,CIOP – PIB, Poland
- Hilde Færevik, SINTEF Health Research, Norway
- Miriam Martinez Albert, Aitex, Spain
- George Havenith, Loughborough University, United Kingdom
- Kalev Kuklane, Netherlands Institute for Public Safety, The Netherlands
- Kirsi Jussila, Finish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland
- Jean Léonard,CENTEXBEL, Belgium
- Rossi, René, Empa, Switzerland
- Bengi Kutlu, Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey
- Eric van Wely, DuPont, Switzerland
- Daniela Zavec, TITERA d.o.o., Slovenia
- Ronald Heus, Netherlands Institute for Public Safety, The Netherlands
- Roger Barker, North Carolina State University, USA
- Emiel den Hartog, North Carolina State University, USA
- Kaoru Wakatsuki, Shinshu University, Japan
- Joo-Young Lee, Seoul National University, South Korea
- Faming Wang, Central South University, China
- Hyeshin Yoon, Korea Apparel Testing & Research Institute, South Korea
Special guest scientific committee members from The Netherlands:
- Jan Mahy, Professor Sustainable & Functional Textiles of Saxion | University of Applied Sciences;
- Boris Kingma, Senior Human Performance Analyst, TNO;
- Koen Levels, Thermo physiologist, Ministry of Defence;
- Ricardo Weewer, Professor of Fire Service Science, Netherlands Institute for Public Safety;
- Lyda Kistemaker, Safety specialist, Netherlands Institute for Public Safety.
- Hein Daanen, Professor (environmental) exercise physiology, VU Amsterdam