GPD Finland: Abstracts submission deadline extended

Abstracts submission deadline extended
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Due to several requests, we have now extended the lower speaking fee deadline for submitting abstracts for GPD Finland 2017 to 6.11.2017.

To submit your abstract, use the link below
GPD Finland 2017 abstract submission platform

In case you may want to arrange a half-day or one-day workshop, please submit a proposal via the link below
GPD Finland 2017 Workshop Proposal

For more info on how to be a speaker or workshop organizer in this anniversary event, please download our call for papers brochure below.
GPD Finland 2017 Call for Papers Brochure

The program committee will meet, review and then accept or reject abstracts next week. Thereafter, we will send notifications of acceptance or rejection.

  • The accepted abstracts will be listed in the first version of the conference program that will be released in December 2016
  • Thereafter, the early bird participant registration will open in December 2016
  • Academics or other researchers that wish to submit their paper for scientific peer-review are now offered this opportunity at GPD 2017. More information in the call for papers brochure.
  • Abstracts received after the 6th of November, if selected, will be charged a speaking fee of €1150

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