Due to the ongoing critical COVID-19 situation all over Europe, the EVER Board has decided to cancel the face-to-face EVER 2021 Congress in Nice and to deliver a rich portfolio of events as a series of new online formats throughout 2021/22, until it will be possible to meet again safely.

Encouraged by the success of last year’s EVER Virtual Library, the Programme Secretary and the EVER Board have developed a new programme which will consist of:

EVER 2021 Virtual Congress - Saturday, 2 October 2021

  • 10.00-13.00 Morning session with each scientific section hosting an international speaker covering latest research and hot topics
  • 13.15-14.00 Sponsored Symposium
  • 14.00-17.00 Afternoon session with selected Young Investigator and Rapid Fire presentations
  • 17.00-17.45 Sponsored Symposium
  • 17.45-18.00 Young Investigator and E-Poster Award ceremony
  • 18.00 General Assembly

EVER will award the 11 Best Young Investigators with a Gold Medal and 100€ each

EVER 2021 E-poster Week - 27 September to 2 October 2021

As last year, submitted abstract will be selected by scientific sections for display in the virtual library
11 Prizes will be awarded by EVER section chairs/secretaries and one by “popular” vote, each winner will receive 50€

All accepted abstracts will be published on Acta Ophthalmologica after the EVER 2021 E-poster week.


Submit your abstract and take the chance to be one of the 11 winners of the EVER 2021 Young Investigator Award!

Mark on your calendar: abstract submission deadline is 8 June 2021.

EVER 2021 Webinars - October 2021 - onward

Pending logistics and sponsorship, webinars organized by EVER Sections will commence October 2021 – Speakers and programme details to follow.

Registrations are open. Click on the REGISTER button in the top right-hand corner to access the registration portal

For further information contact the organising secretariat:

See you on-line!

Maria del Mar Schilt-Catafal
testimonial and winner of the EVER 2020 Young Investigator Award

“I received the medal some days ago. I wanted to thank you very much for this amazing present. It really motivates me to continue doing research and trying to work hard.
We all know that in research results do not often come early. So it gives me strength to continue striving myself.
So thank you very much again. See you in EVER 2021 :)"