Given the crisis situation that we are experiencing with the COVID-19 pandemic, from the GEP-SLAP 2020-21 organizing committee we are in contact with all of you to inform you that THE GEP-SLAP 2020-21 Congress will go ahead adapted to COVID19 measures!
The Congress maintains a high scientific quality thanks to the confirmation of the attendance of the invited speakers and the commitment of the organizers. We would like to highlight that The KURSAAL conference center has ample space for holding the Congress, adapted to the COVID-19 security regulations
In order to maintain the greatest possible participation, the GEP-SLAP2020-21 congress will be carried out in a simultaneous double format: PRESENTIAL and VIA STREAMING. The attendance / participation of 300-350 attendees is expected (50% in person and 50% via streaming). In participation via streaming, preference will be given to participants with mobility difficulties (from Latin America and other latitudes)
Registration fees are reduced maintaining the vast majority of scheduled activities and the scholarships for Latin America are maintained.
The new registration fees are:
In-person registration: 475 euros
Face-to-face student registration: 300 euros
Registration via streaming: 200 euros
In addition, the deadline for submitting abstracts and registration is extended to January 15 and February 28 respectively.
WE ENCOURAGE EVERYONE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CONGRESS and TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE SUCCESS OF IT
The Organizing Committee is working on it.
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