You are welcome to contribute to the ISAE2023 Congress by submitting, until February 15, 2023,  an abstract to the Scientific Committee to be considered for an oral or a poster presentation. 



Abstracts must be submitted on-line via the abstract submission form. Abstracts cannot be submitted by fax, hard copy or e-mail. 

Link to the abstract submission form

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Track 1: Fish Behaviour

Track  2: Laboratory Animal Behaviour

Track 3: Human-Animal Interactions

Track 4: Behaviours as indicators of positive welfare

Track 5: Abnormal Animal Behaviour

Track 6: PLF and other new techniques for measuring animal behaviour.

Track 7: Companion animal behaviour

Track 8: Linking Behaviour and Genetics

Track 9: Miscellaneous section

Except for theoretical contributions, reviews and certain workshop contributions, abstracts should include a statement of purpose, methods used, results (including data and brief statistics) and conclusions. See the ISAE Guidelines Appendices II and III for more information (, particularly regarding the ethical use of animals (

Abstracts must not exceed 400 words excluding title, names and affiliation.

Abstracts must be written and presented in English. It is the authors’ responsibility to ensure that the abstract is clearly written. When entering author names, please give whole first names, not just initials.

The presenting author should be indicated. Be aware that if this presenting author does not register in time, your contribution will be removed from the programme. Only one abstract per presenting author will be accepted.

Please note that your chosen session and form of presentation (keynote/oral/poster) may be changed, following the decision of the ISAE Scientific Committee.

By submitting an abstract in the submission form, the author(s) transfer copyright ownership so it can be published in the congress proceedings (online and printed versions).

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Delegate Services via e-mail at