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For Conference and Symposium Organizers


Symposium Organizers Guidelines

Symposium Organizers Guidelines for 2017, 20th Topical Meeting in Buenos Aires
Symposium Organizers Guidelines for 2017, 21st Topical Meeting in Szeged
Symposium Organizers Guidelines for 2017, 68th Annual Meeting in Providence
Poster prizes at the Topical Meeting
Poster prizes at the Annual Meeting


Sample invitation letters

Sample letter inviting a potential sponsor

 

Topical Meeting

Sample letter for Invited Oral Lecture
Sample letter for Keynote Lecture

 

Please note !
Keynote Lectures introduce, or are devoted to, sub-topics of the Theme. Keynote speakers are selected and invited by the Organizing Committee. ISE may pay for registration, travel and/or banquet fees provided that support money is obtained from sponsors and that prior approval has been obtained from the Executive Committee. The Divisions may decide to use their own funds to pay for such costs, if no adequate sponsorship is available.
Invited Lectures present recent results in the field of the Theme. They are selected and invited by the Organizing Committee. ISE will not pay for registration or travel support unless external additionnal sponsoring has been secured in advance and prior approval has been obtained from the Executive Committee

 

Annual Meeting

Sample letter for Invited Oral Lecture
Sample letter for Keynote Lecture
Sample letter for Plenary Lecture

Information to be sent to Symposium Organizers

 

Please note !
a) Plenary Lectures are devoted to the main theme. Plenary speakers are selected by the Organizing Committee and invited by the chairperson of the Organizing Committee after consultation with the President Elect. The number of plenary lectures should normally be restricted to 4. ISE will pay for the Plenary Lecturers' registration and banquet fees and will provide a travel supplement amounting to economy travel from their home institution, conditional upon ISE receiving receipts following the conference. These payments will be made from the conference budget.
b) Keynote Lectures introduce, or are devoted to the topic of a symposium. Keynote speakers are selected and invited by the Symposium Organizers after consultation with the President Elect and the chairperson of the Organizing Committee. ISE will only pay for registration, travel and/or banquet fees provided that support money is obtained from sponsors and that prior approval has been obtained from the Executive Committee. The Divisions may decide to use their own funds to pay such costs, if no adequate sponsorship is available.

c) ISE Prize Winners and Awards Lectures are given a 40-minute award lecture. ISE will pay for her/his registration and banquet fee.
d) Invited Lectures present recent results in the field of a symposium. They are selected and invited by the Symposium Organizers. ISE will only pay for registration, travel and/or banquet fees provided that support money is obtained.