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Conference Proposal 2013/14

1.  Please fill in the form below and click on the "Submit Online Application" button at the end of the form.  Do NOT submit the application form more than once.

2.  Shortly after submitting the form you will receive an automated confirmation e-mail containing an application ID number.

All information and documents submitted are stored in a secure, confidential database at Perimeter Institute, which can be accessed only by the  Conference Committee.  We appreciate your cooperation with this application procedure.

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General Information

The template for proposals found on the PI Intranet should be used to submit proposals and all requested information must be supplied. Researchers are encouraged to meet with the Conference Coordinator for assistance in submitting proposals.

The Conference Coordinator will review all applications to ensure they are complete and follow up with the conference organizer(s) if there is any information required.
 
Proposals will be vetted by the Committee Chair, with assistance from a committee of researchers as required.

The Coordinator will follow up with the Conference Organizer as soon as a decision has been reached regarding their proposal. The Coordinator will send a detailed outline of the proposed event and set up a meeting to review the event and begin planning.

No invitations should be sent prior to a written receipt of the above document

Conference participants are invited for the length of the conference. If their visit is to extend beyond the dates of the conference they must be invited as a collaborator for the extra days.

Organizers must submit a post-event report within one week of the event.

Please provide the name and email address of the organizer for this conference in the spaces provided below. This person will act as the primary contact for the Conference Coordinator.

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Email 
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First name 
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Last name 
 
 

Conference/Workshop Outline

In the spaces provided below please indicate the title of your conference/workshop, the principal organizers with their affiliations, and the proposed event dates.

Note: When selecting dates Conference Organizers should check other events scheduled for their field in the coming year to avoid conflicts.

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Name of the proposed Conference or Workshop 
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Principal Organizer(s) with their affiliations 
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Preferred Start Date 
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Preferred End Date 
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Alternate Start & End Dates (1) 
Alternate Start & End Dates (2) 
 
 

Event Type

Please select the statement which best describes the type of event you plan to host.

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Type of Event 
Please describe other 
 
 

Topic and Research Area

Please select the research area of your proposed conference/workshop.

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Research Area 
Please describe other research area 
 
 

Conference Abstract

Please write a short abstract about the content of the conference for use on the event website.

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Abstract 
 
 

Benefit to PI

The Conference Program aims to have a profound impact on the Canadian and International scientific community and on the quality of the scientific environment for researchers. The annual program will have cohesion as a "season" and will complement other activities at the institute including seminars, colloquia and recruitment.

Please describe how your conference will contribute to these goals and to the scientific activites at PI.

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Benefit to PI 
 
 

Funding

Please note that the funding for externally–organized conferences will be determined on a individual proposal basis. The following guidelines for funding only apply for internally-organized conferences.

All cost sharing opportunities with partners and participants should be explored. Proposals should show that financial partnerships and outside sources of funding are being pursued.

Please outline possible additional sources of funding that you are pursuing and the amount you anticiapte to receive in support.

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Possible Funding Sources and Amounts 
 
 

Participant Types

PI will generally pay for or reimburse participants for the following expenses:

1. Economy airfare (based on PI reimbursement guidelines), ground transportation, per diem (or supplied meals) and accommodation for a maximum of 15 invited speakers.

Registering non-invited participants will be charged a registration fee which will include lunch and coffee breaks (conference dinners are in addition to registration fees). Students will pay a reduced registration fee.

PI Residents are invited to attend all non-closed conferences and workshops without paying the registration fee but must register in advance to do so.

Please indicate below the number of each type of participant and total number for your conference.

Please provide the number of expected participants for each of the categories below.

PLEASE NOTE: The following guidelines for funding only apply for internally-organized conferences.

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Number of Invited Speakers 
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Number of Non-Invited Participants 
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Number of PI Residents 
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Total Number of Participants 
 
 

Invited Speakers

Below please enter a list of all invited speakers. Please include full name, affiliation, area of study, and email address.

No invitations should be sent prior to receiving a written approval of the conference application.

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List of Invited Speakers  
 
 

Extra Meals and Events

A typical conference has one extra event or meal to allow for continued collaboration after the talks conclude. This may include a wine and cheese, a conference dinner or a pub night. This is typically an extra cost (on top of the registration fee) for participants and is included for invited speakers. Please indicate below if you plan to have an extra event with your conference.

 

Are you planning an extra event? 
 
 

Additional Information

Please include any additional information you feel may be relevant to your proposal.

Additional Details