IMPORTANT DATES & INFORMATION
Abstracts (paper proposal) due February 25, 2020
~Abstracts can be submitted through the conference tool ConfTool
~Your abstract submission should be no more than 250 words, our submission tool has a set limit of words
Acceptance letters of abstracts will be announced March 2, 2020
Full papers must be submitted by June 1, 2020 through ConfTool
450 US dollars for the whole conference, 150 US dollars for 1-day pass. Early bird discount for participation fees paid up to April 15th, 2020.
**No refunds will be made available on all payments.**
|Category||March 2nd to April 14th||April 15th up to Conference|
|Conference||USD 360||USD 450|
|Graduate Students||USD 250||USD 300|
|Accompanying Person||USD 200||USD 250|
|Daily Fee||USD 100||USD 150|
Fee may be waived for outstanding contributions presented by academics or policymakers from developing countries.
Scholars at LAC Universities and Research Institutes who submit the top ten abstracts to ICABR 2020 will have their fees paid by ICABR. In addition, the top ten abstracts from LAC graduate students will also be eligible to have their registration paid for by ICABR. The submissions consist of 250-word abstracts and must be submitted through ConfTool by February 25th. The submissions will be judged by a panel of scientists from Europe, the U.S. and Latin America and the notification of results will take place in early March.
Organizers are gathering support from international organizations and other sponsors, to cover participation expenses of academics or policymakers from developing countries delivering outstanding contributions. The need for scholarship should be highlighted when the abstract is submitted. The number of scholarships available has been confirmed.
Information about visa to attend congresses and fairs, to carry out technical, scientific, artistic or professional activities (includes the list of countries that require a visa).
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