Registration and call for talks and posters
Deadline: 15th May 2017 (Now closed)
Please submit the title and abstract of your contributed talk here. There will be a poster session: please submit the tittle and abstract here.
An award for the best poster will be given at OPSFA’14.
The prize will be sponsored by Cambridge University Press (CUP).
- Accepted talks/posters will be posted under Participants page. Please let us know if you need an acceptance letter.
Registration is now open: press HERE.
- Early Career Researchers from developing countries* (PhD in 2014 or later) or Research students:
By 15 May 2017: (New date!) By 23h59 BST (GMT+1) on the 20th May: £200
- After 20 May 2017: £250
- All other participants:
By 15 May 2017: (New date!) By 23h59 BST (GMT+1) on the 20th May: £250
- After 20 May 2017: £300
(* A list of developing countries can be found here).
Registration fees cover lunches, coffee-breaks, welcoming reception and conference material.
If you are a PhD Research Student or an Early Career Researcher (PhD in 2014 or later) you can apply for a bursary that will cover the cost of your conference fee. (Priority will be given to those from developing countries.)
Conference dinner is optional and will be held on Thursday, 6th July 2017. It costs £45 per person. This includes a three course meal (drinks included) and a welcome reception.
Optional tours during the free afternoon will be also available. These include:
- guided Canterbury Cathedral tour on the 5thJuly at 14:30 (£15.50 per person with tour and entrance)
- guided Canterbury Walking tour on the 5thJuly at 14:30 (£7 per person).