All YIA applications received by the ECSS are checked to ensure they fulfil the administrative requirements of the award. Following a rigorous review process, the contestants that proceed to the final stage of the competition are selected. These contestants have the opportunity to present their work to the jury during the congress.

The top 10 candidates in each category (oral and poster) and the 4 finalists of the oral competition will be announced on Friday afternoon on the congress website.

The final four sessions will be organised at the end of the congress programme and will again be live. The winners will be announced during the congress closing ceremony.

The top three of the YIA oral presentations will be invited to represent the ECSS as an exchange delegate for JSPFSM –the ECSS exchange in Japan.

The number one of the YIA poster presentations will be invited to represent the ECSS as an exchange delegate for ESSA –ECSS exchange in Australia.

Important notice: A YIA award winner cannot be a GSSI award winner at the same time and vice versa.

Abstract submission is free of charge to all authors. Following the ECSS Scientific Board’s review, all authors will be informed about the acceptance of their submission via our notification to the authors' system. Congress registration fees must be paid in order to secure your presentation at the congress and to ensure your abstract is published in the Book of Abstracts.
To participate in ECSS Sevilla 2022, you will be asked to register for the congress. Registration is only available through your ECSS account. To register you will be asked to enter your existing ECSS account or create a new ECSS account. Please note: registration will be completed once you have paid the registration fee. Payment is not required to submit an abstract.

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