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Summary of ISA 2020 Honolulu Submissions

ISA Headquarters is excited by the very strong response from both members and non-members to the ISA 2020 Call for Proposals - we have received a record-high number of participants on proposals!

Here are some quick numbers for our ISA 2020 submissions:

  • 6,084 paper, panel and specialty proposals submitted
  • 9,095 unique participants on submissions

The program team, led by Feliciano de Sá Guimarães at the University of São Paulo, and SooYeon Kim at the National University of Singapore are hard at work building the program for ISA 2020 in Honolulu. Thank you for your continued strong interest in the Annual Convention and your help in building ISA’s vibrant programming.

We look forward to seeing you Honolulu!

Posted in: Annual Convention

Comments

Ebere Richard Adigbuo
Thursday, August 8, 2019 8:37 PM
Iam interested in the March 2020 conference. How can i submit my paper and ensure its listing for the conference.
Dr E R Adigbuo
Marcelo Saguier
Thursday, September 26, 2019 11:36 AM
Dear ISA conference organizers,

Do you know when will be out the results with acceptances of proposals to the Honolulu converence? I need to confirm my university if will be attending or not, in order to apply for funding at home (and i have deadline coming up very soon).

all the best,

Marcelo Saguier
Alex Walker
Friday, September 27, 2019 8:12 AM
Thank you for reaching out to us! The ISA 2020 Convention program has been released today, and registration is now open.

While we are no longer accepting proposal submissions for the Convention, all are welcome to attend. You can register to attend the Convention here: https://www.isanet.org/Conferences/Honolulu-2020/Register

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