The 2020 WNAR/IMS/KISS/JR (Japanese Region)meeting will be held in Anchorage, Alaska from Sunday, June 14 through Wednesday, June 17, 2020. The conference will be held atHilton Anchoragein downtown Anchorage.
Join us during the season of the midnight sun in Alaska’s largest city, nestled between the Chugach Mountains and Cook Inlet. Anchorage is a place rich in culture, history, natural wonders, and wildlife. Explore more about Anchorage and the surrounding sites.
The format for invited session (105 minutes) can either be presentations by 4 speakers, or presentations by 3 speakers and a discussant. In the proposal, please provide session title/theme, names of session chair, names of speakers, and title of the talks. Each participant may be a speaker/discussant in at most one invited or contributed session. Sessions will be selected for inclusion in the invited program by the WNAR 2020 Program Committee.
Submission of invited session proposals is now closed as of January 31st, 2020.
Contributed Paper Submission:
The abstract submission for contributed paper oral/poster presentation is now open. Contributed paper oral presentations will be 15 minutes in length, and there will also be contributed paper poster presentations. You must be registered to the conference in order to submit an abstract. Please submit your abstract for a contributed paper through the following link:
Information for the corresponding author (i.e. the student information), which includes first and last name, email, affiliation, and current degree program.
IBS members from developing countries may apply for a waiver for registration fees, one short course, and banquet fees for the meeting. To apply for a waiver, please submit a letter to email@example.com stating your current position, IBS region membership, length of IBS membership, and reason for wanting to attend the meeting. We note that WNAR does not have funds to pay for travel support.
Reasonable efforts are made to ensure that the information presented is correct, but no guarantee, expressed or implied, is made as to the correctness of the information presented on the IBS WNAR site or to any pages to which it links.