- Conference rationale
- Thematic lines and conveners
- Conference organisers
- Conference committees
- Abstract submission
- Conference registration
- Getting there and accommodation
Members, including PhD students and regular researchers, enjoy a reduced registration fee. In addition, the organisers offer an early-bird registration fee for those participants who register by 1st April 2019. The registration fee covers all conference materials, three lunches, one evening gala reception and one dinner event.
The registration deadline for presenters is 3rd May 2019
For non-presenters, it is 17th June 2019
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If you wish to become an EMES member, please visit our Membership and networking page. Note that in order to register with a member rate, your membership needs to be activated as you need to provide your username.
There is a special 300€ registration fee for professionals interested in participating in the conference (in addition to the Transdisciplinary Forum).
No participant will be accepted without having registered in the event and no day registration is available (except for the Transdisciplinary Forum).
- Refunds will be possible for cancellations notified by written notice before 24th May 2019.
- A 50 € administrative fee will be charged.
- There will be no refunds for cancellations made after 24th May 2019.
This conference is part of the EMPOWER-SE COST Action which means that some financial support is available upon reimbursement for accepted presenters. Authors with an accepted abstract from COST Full Countries (CFC), Inclusiveness Target Countries (ITC) and associated Near Neighbour Countries (NNC) included in the Action may be eligible to apply for funding to cover their travel and accommodation expenses up to a certain established amount, which will be communicated to the selected authors.
Priority will be given to young researchers and researchers coming from ITC and NNC. COST reimbursements are made upon submission of a claiming form by the participant after the event has taken place.
Thanks to the support of our sponsors’, the organisers are able to offer a reduced fee of 300€ to some participants with an accepted paper coming from non-OECD countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Interest in this non-OECD country fee will have to be expressed in the dedicated check box when registering. They will be assigned on the basis of scientific quality as per the evaluation score.
In addition, the organisers have set up a crowdfunding campaign aiming to collect donations for an EMES Bursaries Fund. The goal of this Fund is to be able to offset some of the travel and accommodation costs for researchers with an accepted paper coming from peripheral countries with less advantageous living standards.