Abstracts for oral and poster presentations submitted to the conference must be directly or indirectly related to the conference topics. The content of the abstract, adherence to writing rules, and scientific ethical principles are the responsibility of the author(s). The Review Committee will not make any corrections to the abstract. Abstracts must consist of the following sections, excluding titles and addresses, with a minimum of 480 words and a maximum of 600 words. The Congress Secretariat will preview the submissions, and the abstracts that do not follow the required word counts will be returned to the corresponding author for correction. Research-based abstracts:
  1. Title
  2. Research hypothesis (40 - 50 words - this section should contain clear and concise statements about the scientific background of the research topic)
  3. Method (up to 150 -200 words - This section should be clear enough to understand the experimental design and include analytical techniques and statistical analysis methods. Details of standard methods should be avoided. Any modifications to a method must be highlighted.
  4. Results (up to 250- 300 words)
  5. Discussion (up to 40 - 50 words)
Review abstracts:
  1. Title
  2. Main text (The tangible contributions of the review topic to sensory science should be briefly discussed in this section)
  3. Transfer of information about areas related to sensory and consumer sciences that remain open and have not yet been subject to research
 References: References must comply with APA Style format. Poster preparation principles:
  1. Poster size should be 70 (width) cm x 100 (height) cm and in a single piece.
  2. The poster should include sections for the summary, introduction, method, findings, conclusions, and discussions parts, and references should be provided.
  3. References must be formatted according to APA writing style guidelines.
  4. There are no color restrictions for poster preparation. Images and photographs that enhance visuals can be used in color.
  5. Poster owners are responsible for printing their posters.
  6. Posters will be hung on numbered panels designated by the organizing committee.
  7. Organizing staff will assist poster owners with hanging their posters.
  8. During the times specified in the program, poster owners should be present at their designated poster area to inform participants about their work.
  9. Posters should be removed at the end of the designated time for poster presentation.
An informational email, including the abstract submission reference number, will be sent within 2 hours for successfully submitted abstracts. All accepted abstracts will be included in the abstract system distributed to registered conference participants. After acceptance of the abstract, at least one author must register for the conference and present the paper. If you have successfully submitted your abstract but do not receive approval, or if you wish to make necessary changes to a previously submitted abstract, please do not resubmit your abstract to avoid double evaluation. If you need to make any changes or have detailed questions, please email the Content Coordinator, including your abstract reference number.