Before registering for the conference, please read the information regarding the registration process below:
- In order to attend the IPSCC, you have to be a PhD student from one of the participating institutes. Please refer to our Home page to find out more.
- Registrations are managed via the online event-platform Eventbrite. You will need an Eventbrite account to register for the conference.
- Before registering on Eventbrite, you will need to know whether you require accommodation during the conference. If so, you will have the option of providing the name of another conference attendee who you will share a twin room with.
- To complete registration, you will need to submit an abstract. Please prepare your abstract before registering on Eventbrite.
- If you are selected to attend the conference, you will be expected to present a research poster during one of the poster sessions, or to give a research presentation during one of the oral sessions. Please tick the opt-out box during the registration process if you don’t want to give an oral presentation.
- The registration deadline is the 7th of April 2020 (included).
Frequently asked questions:
- What are the selection criteria?
The conference organizing committee will review abstracts submitted by PhD students. Final selection of student speakers will be based on scientific excellence, and will aim to achieve a fair distribution of speakers from the participating institutes and in different research areas. Attention will also be paid to the nationality and gender distribution of the attendees and speakers.
- The online Registration form is not working, what can I do?
Please email the organising committee at IPSCConference@gmail.com
- When is the registration deadline?
The deadline to register is the 7th of April 2020 (included).
- How should I prepare my abstract?
You have to upload your abstract on the eventbrite page during the registration process. Please do not exceed 250 words (excluding title, author list and references).
- How long is a short talk?
Talks will be 15 minutes, with 5 minutes discussion time.
- Will I need to provide my own laptop to present a talk?
We will provide a computer, to which you can transfer your presentation file onto (Powerpoint or PDF files) and use for your talk. Recommended dimensions for the powerpoint are 16:9.
- What is the allowed poster size?
We recommend a poster size of A0. Posters have to be in portrait mode.