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Nomikos Conference Centre
16-20 June 2020
As this is now our eighth meeting, we've fielded a fair number of questions over the years. Some of the most frequent ones are answered below.
We strongly encourage anyone interested in attending AREADNE 2020 to read through the conference home page, and have a look at some of the pages linked from there, especially the ones about transportation, hotels, and practical information.
As of the 2020 session, we have shifted the Welcome and Registration Reception to Tuesday, and scientific presentations on Wednesday through Saturday. This moves the whole event earlier one day, to allow participants to travel home on Sunday, rather than cutting into the next week.
One of the founding principles of the AREADNE Conferences is full participation. We do not offer partial registration, and instead encourage all attendees to engage with all presentations. If you plan to participate for only part of the conference, then it might be best to reconsider the decision to attend.
We do not publish the speaker schedule until the Welcome and Registration Reception the evening before scientific talks begin. (Why not?) If you are a speaker or poster presenter, please be ready to go on the first day of presentations. The over-all schedule can be found midway down the page at https://areadne.org/2020 .
Details are given on our poster info page.
Arrive in plenty of time for the Welcome and Registration Reception the evening of 16 June 2020. Intercontinental travelers are encouraged to arrive an additional day earlier. We have a full scientific schedule for four days (17 June 2020 through 20 June 2020), so also plan to depart no sooner than Sunday, 21 June 2020.
In Firá or Firostefani. Imerovigli is perhaps a little far to walk (about 1.5 km through hilly terrain, and recall that it will be hot). Oia is at least 30 minutes by car, and often much longer due to traffic. Please see our list of recommend hotels and a map of the areaa showing where many hotels are located relative to the Nomikos Conference Centre.
By plane from Athens (ATH) to Santorni (JTR) using Aegean Airlines, or by boat from Piraeus, the port of Athens. Details on our Travel Information page.
Abstract submission will open on or about 6 Jan 2020, and will close on 24 Jan 2020. Instructions for making a submission can be found at our Call for Abstracts page.
Perhaps. Please contact the organizers at email@example.com as soon as possible, including before the submission deadline if you know you will not be able to meet it. We are not able to accommodate all submissions, and consideration of two otherwise equivalent abstracts will be biased against one that was submitted late.
Registration will open on or about 6 March 2020, and will close on 26 May 2020. Please note that those dates are subject to change without notice. Registration will be available through a link near the top of the conference home page, after poster abstract notifications have been sent out. For the previous handful of meetings, registration sold out in a few days.
We strongly prefer payment by credit (or debit) card, using the normal registration pages.
Late registration is possible only if there is room available, and would be at the on-site rate. If there are no spots available, then we will be happy to add you to the waiting list. Please go to the conference home page and look for the registration link near the top to register. If the link is not present, then contact the organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an inquiry.
We will be glad to add your name to the list for consideration, however, only on rare occasion has the organizing committee extended an invitation to a self-nominated speaker. If the meeting web page already shows a list of speakers, then invitations have all been made, and your name would be considered for AREADNE 2022.
Yes, if you have already registered, have an accepted poster, or have submitted a poster that looks likely to be accepted. Please contact the organizers at email@example.com as soon as possible.
Yes, if your poster submission has been accepted, or looks as if it is likely to be accepted. Please contact the organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org with details.
It depends on the generosity of our sponsors, and varies from year to year. We typically do not know about travel support until rather late, and thus far, any travel funds have been on a reimbursement basis. When information is available, details will be available at our Scholarships and Travel Grants page.
Yes, if you attend the conference. Printed certificates of attendance will be issued at the conference, and electronic copies can be requested afterward from email@example.com.
The AREADNE meetings are well known as forum where cutting-edge results are premiered, so we discourage the practice of presenting a poster already shown elsewhere. If you must re-use a poster, then at the very least, it should be reprinted with AREADNE 2020 in place of previous conference names or session assignments.
Our apologies, but the AREADNE Conferences do not include commercial presentations of any kind. We would be happy to welcome company representatives as non-presenting attendees. If your organization is interested in a sponsorship opportunity, please contact the conference co-chairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guests are free to join the Welcome and Registration Reception. Reasonably-priced tickets are available to bring guests to the gala final banquet (tickets can be purchased when registering). Space permitting, guests can attend the optional excursions for free.
We have enjoyed the generosity and support of a wide range of institutions, companies and foundations over the years, including the United States National Institutes of Health, the United States National Science Foundation, the Burroughs-Wellcome Fund, the Gatsby Charitable Foundation, Simons Foundation, the Wellcome Trust, Foley and Lardner LLP, University of Chicago, Massachusetts General Hospital, NIMA Foundation, and private donors. These individuals and institutions have been a critically important part of making AREADNE Conferences possible. We are deeply grateful for their support.