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Key Dates

The calendar for the call for special sessions and submissions is the following:

  • Call for Special Sessions: 5 April to 15 May 2021 concluded
  • Communication of accepted specail sessions: 18 May 2021 communicated to proponents
  • Call for papers (extended abstracts): 15 May to 15 July 2021 10 July to 10 September 2021
  • Communication of acceptance of papers: 20 July 2021 1 October 2021

Registration will open in June 1 September 2021. Registration fees will be adequate to the current blended format of the colloquium and will be announced shortly.

Submission of Extended Abstracts

Submissions are welcome for any topic of interest in quantitative and theoretical geography. In addition, eight specifically organised sessions have been accepted, which we encourage you to consider while submitting your abstract. See relevant information on the special sessions in the Programme page.

Submissions to ECTQG 2021 will require only an extended abstract (max 1500 words).

The colloquium does not require full papers to be submitted. If submissions are selected for special edited journal issues authors will then receive instructions on how to prepare and submit their manuscripts.

Extended abstracts will be assessed by the Scientific Committee and published in a Book of Abstracts.

Use the template for the extended abstracts for ECTQG2021. If you use Latex please replicate in full the rules of the template, to facilitate the editing of the Book of Abstracts. All files must be submitted on the pdf format.

Submissions will be made using the ECTQG2021 EasyChair submission page.

VERY IMPORTANT: If you want to submit your extended abstract for consideration to a special session you must indicate it on the field “Abstract” of the EasyChair form by adding “Submitted to Special Session SSXX” at the start of the text.

Please follow the remaining instructions in the EasyChair submission page.

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