9 de febrero de 2020

ISN-APSN 2021 Call for Satellite Proposals – Deadline extension



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ISN-APSN 2021 Call for Satellite Proposals
Deadline extension
2021 ISN-APSN Meeting

Dear Juan Ferrario

We are pleased to invite you to submit proposals for Satellite Meetings to be held with the 2021 ISN-APSN Meeting in Kyoto, 15-19 August 2021. Proposals will be accepted until February 27th 2020.

How do I submit?

Once you submit your proposal you can also edit it via the above link until the deadline. Alternatively, you may log in to your My ISN where you can submit and change your proposals in the “Submission forms proposals” section.

Submission Deadline: February 27th 2020.

Requirements for submission of satellite proposals

The submitting author must be an active ISN Member in good standing. Members please be aware that you will have to actively renew ISN membership for 2020 and that your 2020 ISN membership fee must be received by ISN and the renewal approved before accessing the electronic proposal forms. Renew your ISN membership now.

If you are not an ISN member, please consider that the membership application process may take some time. Membership applications and renewals are usually approved rapidly by the ISN Secretariat, if all requested information is provided and the membership fee (if required) is received. Start your application now.

Confirmation of all proposed speakers listed in proposals for symposia and workshops is required. The application form has a built in feature to contact the proposed speakers ask for this confirmation. Please note that without confirmation by all proposed speakers, proposals cannot be submitted. In order to obtain confirmation of all speakers in time before the deadline (27 February), contact speakers now and start your application process early.

For further information please see the proposal guidelines

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