Registration is mandatory and for security reasons you will not be able to access the conference if you have not officially registered.
Early Bird registration deadline: 30 June 2022.
Virtual conference registration closes: 12 August 2022 at noon IST.
(Before 30 June)
(After 30 June)
|In Person Participant - India (General)||3000 INR||3500 INR|
|In Person Participant - India (Student)||2000 INR||2500 INR|
|In Person Participant - International (General)||75 Eur||100 Eur|
|In Person Participant - International (Student)||50 Eur||70 Eur|
You can submit your abstract for consideration below, once you have completed this form, a confirmation email will be sent to the e-mail address provided. There is no fee associated with abstract submission.
The registration form below is for the call for abstracts only. You will need to submit your registration to attend using the IIASA Connect general registration form.
Submit a lecture abstract - CLOSED
Fill out the form below to submit an abstract to give a 15 min lecture in our parallel sessions.
Deadline for submission: CLOSED
Acceptance notification: 15 July 2022*
*Please note that if you are not selected for a lecture you might be offered to present a poster instead.
Submit a poster abstract:
Fill out the form below to submit an abstract to present a virtual poster at the conference.
Deadline for submission: 18 July 2022
Acceptance notification: 22 July 2022.
Deadline to submit the virtual poster on the conference platform: 7 August 2022.
Terms and Conditions of Poster Abstract Submissions
The poster abstract evaluation committee reserves the right to refuse any submission in which the research does not focus on a topic relevant to the conference. Maximum number of posters per attendee: 2.
Read the full terms and conditions by clicking "More" below.
TIFAC and IIASA will not be providing travel assistance for participants to attend the in-person conference in New Delhi.
The call for poster abstracts will close on 18 July 2022, at 11:59 CEST.
The main author will be notified at the e-mail address provided during submission, whether their abstract has been accepted or rejected. All poster abstracts will be reviewed, and a final decision made by 22 July 2022. Presenters will have until 7 August 2022 to upload their posters onto IIASA Connect.
The main author identified on the submission form is the person who will be attending the conference and presenting the poster.
The co-authors identified on the submission form will also be credited in the final conference program.
The submission of an abstract constitutes a formal commitment by the main author to present the abstract as a poster in the online poster session at a time assigned by the organizing committee.
Withdrawing Your Abstract
Should Your Abstract be Accepted
To better fit the needs of the online conference, posters as a Miro board. If your poster abstract is accepted, you will receive a Miro board template to fill out with your information and research findings.
In addition, we will also provide a platform supporting a video presentation of the poster. We highly recommend the submission of both the board and the video formats for your posters to maximize visibility.
Instructions on how to upload and submit your poster on IIASA Connect will be provided to poster presenters whose abstract have been selected. Please note that in order to submit your poster you will need to have completed your registration on IIASA Connect.
A voting system will be put into place on IIASA Connect. Each conference participant will be allowed to vote for their favorite poster (each participant is limited to 1 vote).
Voting opportunities will be available from the start of the conference on 10 August 2022, 09:00 IST / 05:30 CEST, until the end of the last poster blitz session on 12 August 2022 at 16:30 IST / 13:00 CEST.
Please note that viewing and commenting on posters will be possible any time after the posters published on the platform and will still be available at any point during and after the conference, as IIASA Connect remains accessible.
Once voting polls are closed, the poster presenter whose poster will have gathered the highest number of votes will be pronounced Poster Award Winner. Should there be several posters with the same number of votes, the poster abstract review committee will proceed to a voting to elect the winner.
The poster award winner will be announced during the closing remarks.
The poster award will be provided by IIASA and consist in offering the winner attendance to the next in person IIASA conference should travel regulations be relaxed and the pandemic situation allow. This will include the travel expenses and possibility to attend and present a poster at the conference (following the IIASA guidelines on travelling allowances).