Deadline for the Abstract Submission: 45 days before the conference start date.
Deadline for Registration: 30 days before the conference start day or until the Speaker slots are available.
Deadline for Early Bird Ticket: Two months before the respective conference start date.
Abstract Submission Process:
Download the sample abstract template from the above link. This will help in the content of the abstract required. It is mandatory that the title of the presentation, content, author's high-resolution photograph and biography are present while sending the abstract.
Once successful acceptance of the abstract, the information is uploaded and the same will be included in the scientific program.
One Speaker can present a maximum of three talks in one conference. The author will need to send all three abstracts for the review process.
Every submitted abstract will be reviewed within 2 working days and the same will be conveyed to the author.
If you wish to make any essential revisions to an abstract already submitted, please email write back to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Video Presentation: You need to pre-recorded your video presentation first. After you have recorded the video, please only share the link of your video via Email or chat and we will download your pre-video presentation. It can be used if you are not sure to make it to the conference at the scheduled time according to the Scientific Program, or in case you have an unstable internet connectivity (or if you can not travel to the conference venue in case of in-person conference). It is always advisable to share your pre-recorded video presentation for any unforeseen situation.
Notes for accepted authors:
At least one author of the accepted abstract must register to participate in the conference, the link for the online conference will be sent automatically on successful registration.
Abstracts of all accepted talks and posters will be showcased in the online program which will be distributed to all registered conference participants.
Only talks and E-posters of registered participants will be scheduled in the final program.
A recorded video presentation will be sent to every registered author & co-author, the delegates, students on-demand, and Learners.
An edited short video of the conference will be made available on social media highlighting every attendee.
Day 1: Strategic Conference Themes by Day:
The Brain Disorders Strategic Conference will focus on the continuously increasing cases this world is going through, on two major themes, each of which provides critical insights into the new trends and challenges that leaders need to address to take advantage of change and ensure success through strategy upgrade.
Early Detection Early Intervention
Marking Barriers and Catering Solutions
Day 2: Technical Conference
The Brain Disorders Technical Conference is the single largest technical meeting place for oil, gas and energy engineers worldwide, providing unprecedented access to the latest industry knowledge, technical expertise, applications, products, solutions, and services. Curated by the IABDT, the technical conference sessions, cover a wide and diverse range of technical and engineering insights that will drive ideas, overcome challenges, create new value and highlight innovation. With 30 technical conference sessions, across 10 technical categories, the Technical Conference program is the right platform to source the knowledge, technology, innovation and partnerships required to ensure future operational and technical resilience.
Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Hybrid Intelligent Systems
Brain Health and Safety
Patient’s case Development and Management
Global Presence and Emergency Care
Affordable Brain Health Monitoring Devices
The conference emphasizes integrated analyses and perspectives and therefore particularly welcomes contributions on the following, but not limited, topics:
Central Cord Syndrome
Central Nervous System (Neurological) Disorder
Central Pain Syndrome
Genetic Brain Disorders
Meningitis and Encephalitis
Brain Injury and Behavioral Neuroscience
Hypersomnia and Insomnia
Nervous System and Breakdown
Transient Ischemic Attack