Abstract Submission

ICAMPAM 2024 Call for Abstracts

The International Society for Measurement of Physical Behaviour is delighted to announce its call for abstracts to be considered for the 2024 ICAMPAM Conference. The conference will be held in-person from June 18 – 21, 2024 in Rennes, France.

ICAMPAM brings together leading researchers and clinicians from around the world for discussion and exchange of the most cutting-edge knowledge, insights, issues and ideas. The conference draws leading scientists and clinicians from all areas of physical behaviour research from over 40 countries worldwide, including human movement scientists, signal analysis experts, health scientists, technologists, neuroscientists, biomechanists, and data scientists. Clinicians and therapists with a wide range of expertise also attend including neurologists, neurophysiologists, psychiatrists, pediatricians, gerontologists, rehabilitation specialists and physical and occupational therapists.


All abstracts will be blind-reviewed by the Scientific Committee.

  • ISMPB and ICAMPAM use an electronic process for abstract submission for all submissions
  • Please note there is a $25USD charge for each submission with a maximum of 2 per submitter in the oral/poster category and 1 in each of the workshop and symposia categories.
  • Student abstracts will be considered for student awards unless indicated otherwise
  • All submissions must be written in English and submitted in plain text.
  • Workshop and Symposia organizers and presenters must be current members of ISMPB and register to attend ICAMPAM 2024

Abstract Submissions

Four submission options/categories:

    Oral and Poster abstract submissions
        All submissions will be considered for an oral presentation, unless the submitter opts out in the submission form by selecting only Poster.
        Oral presentations are 10 minutes long followed by a 5-minute Q & A
        Symposia will focus on a specific theme and will be followed by a moderated discussion. A symposia session will have between 3 and 4 presentations by different speakers that address the central theme.  Symposia will be 90 minutes in length.
    Pre-Conference Workshops
        Pre-conference workshops are designed for a smaller number of participants, and should involve interactive features (e.g. data analysis, open discussion, demonstrations) having a high degree of participant involvement. Workshops will be either 90 or 180 minutes in length.
    Late Breaking Poster Abstract Submissions
          All submissions will be considered for a poster presentation. Poster sessions are planned for Wednesday, June 19 and Thursday, June 20.

    Presenting author:
    The author that plans to present the work in person during the conference. Presenting authors must be the first author on the submitted abstract.

    Non-presenting author:
    Additional authors contributing to the presented work, that would not be presenting during the conference.

    important SUBMISSION AND REVIEW dates

    Submissions close at 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time (PT; UTC-8) on the closing dates noted below.

    November 2023 Submissions open for all formats
    Deadline Extended: Monday, Jan 8, 2024 Workshops & symposia submissions close
    Deadline Extended: Monday, Feb 5, 2024 Orals & poster submission close
    Early-February, 2024 Workshop & symposia acceptance notices sent out
    Late February, 2024 Oral & poster acceptance notices sent out
    Monday, February 26, 2024 Late breaking poster abstract submissions open
    Monday, March 18, 2024 Late breaking poster abstract submissions close
    Late March, 2024 Late breaking acceptance notices sent out


    March 15, 2024: Registration opens for ICAMPAM 2024
    May 1, 2024: Registration rates increase to Regular Rates
    June 1, 2024: Registration rates increase to Final Rates

    Submission Review Process

    Abstracts will be evaluated based on scholarly merit with a double-blind peer review process by our Abstract Review Board. We will notify of acceptance or rejection of abstracts via e-mail to the submitting author during the schedule outlined above in the key dates area.

    Scientific Tracks and Related Themes

    During the submission process, submitters are asked to identify which track(s)/theme(s) best suit their submission. The three main scientific tracks and related themes (example sub-themes given) are as follows:

    Technology & Algorithm Development
    • Algorithm development
    • Digital outcomes (e.g., of mobility)
    • Hardware Development
    • Smartphones
    • Validation
    Big Data & Statistical Analysis
    • 24 hour measurement approaches
    • Big Data
    • Compositional and isotemporal analyses
    • Functional data analysis
    • Machine learning/Data mining
    • Multi-modal assessment (e.g., GPS, heart rate, biosensors, questionnaire, sensor locations)
    • Longitudinal and continuous measurement
    • Contextual based measurement (e.g., EMA)
    • Clinical populations (evaluation or treatment, for example, in neurological disorders, such as Parkinsons disease, Alzheimer, post-stroke.; chronic metabolic disorders; diabetes, CHF, COPD, osteoarthritis, etc.; musculoskeletal disorders, COVID-19)
    • Future perspectives (for example, prediction of health events, empowering users/patients, adherence, self-management)
    • Physical activity and population surveillance
    • Public health
    • Sedentary behavior
    • Sleep
    • Specific populations (e.g., aging, children, diverse world regions)
    • Sports
    • Work/Circadian rhythm
    • Sustainability (e.g., digital devices and sustainability, health, physical behavior and sustainable development)
    • eHealth
    • Omic sciences, physical activity and health
    • Nutrition, physical activity and health