Workshops and satellite session submissions open until 1 October

Submissions are open for satellite sessions which will be scheduled outside the core programme hours, and also for workshops.

Workshops are 3 or 6 hours long and scheduled for the opening days of the conference.

Satellite sessions will be held on 8 and 9 March outside the hours of the core programme: either for 90 minutes at lunch time and 90 minutes in the evening;

Submissions will be accepted until 1 October.

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Read the guidelines and submit your sessions online now


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