20 - 22 April 2023

Limerick - Ireland

In 2023 ENYYSP will, for the first time, go to Ireland. We are happy that the beautiful city of Limerick will host this year´s conference. The Managing Council will do its best – in collaboration with the Managing Council – to make it a safe, valuable, interactive, and fun event. As usual, there will be great keynote speakers, workshop and oral presentation sessions, as well as other types of scientific sessions and some social activities.

Of course, the value of the conference also depends on participants’ contributions, so don’t be shy and do consider taking an active part in this ENYSSP Conference by submitting your abstract(s).

We're looking forward to feel the ENYSSP vibes again!

Keynote Speakers


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Surprise I

Keynote Speaker

Surprise II

Keynote Speaker

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Surprise II

Keynote Speaker


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Conference details

The conference registration gives access to all sessions and workshops. Moreover, social activities will take place during some of the evenings/nights.

No refunds will be provided, except for: a) documented health problems preventing attendance (e.g., record of hospitalization); b) abstract rejection and subsequent decision not to participate.

18th ENYSSP Conference
Apr 20, 2023, 10:00 PM GMT+1 – Apr 22, 2023, 9:00 PM GMT+1
Thomond Park Stadium, Limerick,
Cratloe Rd, Limerick, Ireland

Abstract guidelines & submission

Discover the correct format and submit an abstract for the conference

Travel Information

If you travel by plane to the 17th ENYSSP Conference the Shannon airport

is the nearest airport  which is located 20 minutes from Limerick City Centre.

There are direct BUSES from Shannon Airport to Limerick City Centre. 

If you plan to arrive via Dublin Airport there is a direct BUS from Dublin Airport to Limerick City centre. This journey takes around 2.5 hours. 

If arriving by bus or train in Limerick, Colbert station is located in the City Centre and is approximately 2.6km which is a 10 minute walk to the stadium. Directions from Colbert station are:

  • Head north on ParnellStreet toward Davis Street, Take the 1st left onto Davis Street, Turn left onto Pery Street, Take the 1st right onto Mallow Street, Continue onto Lower Mallow Street, At Shannonbridge Roundabout, exit onto Shannon Bridge, Continue onto Condell Road, Turn right onto Shelbourne Road Lower

  • Go through 1 roundabout, Continue onto Shelbourne Road, Turn left onto Cratloe Road, The Stadium is on your right.

Looking for accommodation?

Nearby Hotels:

Budget Options:

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VISA Regulations

Everyone entering Ireland must have a valid passport. Visas may be required by delegates travelling fromsome countries. We would encourage all delegates to check with their local Irish representation and also with their travel operator if your originating country requires a visa. The Department of Justice and Equality has primary responsibility for Ireland’s immigration and visa policy. For more information on visa requirements for Ireland please see the Department of Justice & Equality website Note that visa applications can take up to 12 weeks for Ireland

The countries that require a Visa to travel to Ireland are: 

  • Bahrain

  • Belarus

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Colombia

  • India

  • Indonesia

  • Kazakhstan

  • Kosovo

  • Kuwait

  • Montenegro

  • Oman

  • People's Republic of China

  • Peru

  • Philippines

  • Qatar

  • Republic of North Macedonia

  • Russian Federation

  • Saudi Arabia

  • Serbia

  • Thailand

  • Turkey

  • Ukraine

  • Uzbekistan

  • Vietnam

Short stay visas

If you want to come to Ireland for less than 3 months, you should apply for a short stay ‘C’ visa. You should apply for this type of visa if you want to come to Ireland as a tourist or to visit someone, for a business meeting, or to attend a short course.

For any other questions regarding VISA, feel free to get in contact with the local Organizing Committee: 

David McHugh –

Aisling Lewis -