Abstract submission guideline

  • All abstracts must be submitted electronically through our online submission system. The submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the scientific committee.
  • Abstract should address scientific questions, contain primary scientific data.
  • Individual who wish to submit their abstract as articles should consider article guidelines available at https://www.journals.elsevier.com/forensic-science-international-synergy.   Other resources for how to prepare/write/submit papers and navigate the peer review process in our in Elsevier’s Researcher Academy site, which can be found here: https://researcheracademy.elsevier.com/learn.
  • class="text-justify"Articles that meet the forensic-science-international-synergy standards will be published
  • A maximum of two regular abstracts may be submitted by one individual
  • Co-authorship of more than one abstract is allowed
  • Abstracts must be submitted in English or French using the abstract submission template
  • A confirm for acceptance for abstract will be given through the email and the conference website
  • Case reports will be accepted
  • Length of Abstracts —the length of the abstract should not exceed 350 words Abstracts, including footnotes. The Scientific committee reserve the right to edit abstracts, if necessary, for clarity, grammar, style, and length. No reference should made on unpublished work

Conflict of interest

  • The presenting author is required to ensure that all co-authors are aware of the content of the abstract before submission.


Each submitted abstract will be reviewed by at least one reviewer from a country outside your country. If you want to volunteer as a reviewer please email your name, institutional affiliation, and a brief summary of your areas of interest and your session of interest to xxxxxxxxxx

Abstract submission

Submit your abstract in any of the following sub-themes. If your topic is not included in the list you can contact use through ngwalali@gmail.com

Main theme “Mass Fatality Planning as a Disaster Response Necessity”

Conference highlights

  1. Next generation disaster response systems
  2. Forensic Pathology
  3. Forensic Toxicology
  4. Identification of Illegal migrants
  5. Targeted population (albinism, child abuse)
  6. Forensic Anthropology
  7. Forensic DNA Analysis
  8. Forensic Chemistry in Mass Fatality
  9. Forensic Psychology in MF incidences
  10. Disaster Nursing Advances in Forensic Photography