Guidelines for Proposal Submission to Host the ILRC
At the ILRC, potential hosts for future conferences should make a presentation to the ICLAS and, in addition, to attendees at the open business meeting.
After the ILRC, potential hosts for the next ILRC must submit a proposal to the ICLAS chairperson by the end of December of that year.
The proposal must include, as a minimum, the chairperson’s name, details of the venue, lodging capabilities near the venue, publication details for abstracts, advertisement plan, and budget. The budget must include at least $4,000 for use by the ICLAS in support of the conference.
The ICLAS chairperson shall poll the ICLAS and a consensus reached by the end of February in the year after the last ILRC. The ICLAS chairperson shall notify the chairperson for the winning proposal.
The First Circular announcing the meeting shall be sent out to the community in July by the ILRC chairperson, one year before the next conference.
Ground Rules for Abstracts and Presentations
- Abstracts will be a minimum of 2 pages and a maximum of 4 pages. (Format to be provided)
- A maximum of one oral contributed and one invited paper presented per participant
- Poster sessions will be held separately, with a 1-minute oral presentation given in an oral session using no more than 2 slides.
- Only authors can present an oral paper
- There will be no parallel sessions