Call for Sponsored Sessions extended to 15 December
For the first time the scientific program of EPC 2024 will include a limited number of sponsored sessions!
The European Population Conference in Edinburgh (EPC 2024) is an excellent opportunity to present and discuss research and engage with an international audience from more than forty countries. EPC 2024 offers various sponsorship opportunities in the scientific and social programme, including for the first time a limited number of sponsored sessions. These "Advances in Population Research" sessions allow research projects and organizations to showcase and raise awareness of their research activities and discuss novel findings in the regular conference programme.
Deadline 15 December 2023. Proposals for sponsored sessions should be submitted to EAPS (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 15 December 2023. The session proposal should include the title and a brief summary of the topic (no more than 250 words) as well as the list of potential speakers who should come from more than one institution. The session format is open and can consist of conventional presentations, a panel discussion or any other format. The EAPS Council will review proposals and will inform the applicants on the outcome by 15th January 2024. The assessment criteria are scientific quality and/or high policy relevance.
Speakers in an "Advances in Population Research" Session should register as EPC participant. Presentations in these sessions do not count against the “one presentation per author” rule at EPC 2024. Two free EPC registrations for speakers in an Advances in Population Research Session who do not appear elsewhere on the EPC program are part of the sponsored session.
The price of a 90-minute "Advances in Population Research Sponsored Session" is Euro 10,000. Sponsor fees will be used to cover conference organization costs. Sponsored sessions are an opportunity to support EPC 2024 and EAPS. Accepted sessions will appear in the EPC 2024 programme as Sponsored Session – Advances in Population Research.