During this period, the registration fees are more economic for all the participant groups.
Conference topics and priority areas are available here.
You may submit your abstract by visiting the Ex Ordo abstract submission system (you will be required to setup an account first): ITASD 2017 Abstract Submission Website
The tool for submiting abstracts proposals will be closed from this date.
Members of the Scientific Committee will evaluate the proposed abstracts and propose their acceptance or rejection. In the case of acceptance, the modality of presentation will also be proposed by this date. All the accepted abstracts will be presented at the conference during the parallel sessions of the 1st of July 2017.
By this date, the final program will be available, including abstracts accepted for parallel sessions as well as the final program for plenary sessions.
After this date, regular fees will be applied for those who wish to registry for ITASD 2017.
30th June afternoon will be dedicated to plenary sessions, 1st July will be dedicated to parallel sessions and 2nd July will be dedicated to plenary sessions.
Palau de les Arts Reina SofíaAvenida del Professor López Piñero, 1, 46013 València Hotel & City Guide
The Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía is equipped with the most modern technologies to constitute an avant-garde and modern space, which is the cultural catalyst that has placed the Region of Valencia, with its centenary musical tradition, in a privileged position among all other world regions.
This majestic building, designed by the Valencia architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava, means that both the city and the Region of Valencia have the best infrastructure to hold international conferences such as ITASD.
The innovative architecture of this building of 37,000 square metres, which within a height of over 70 metres includes four auditoriums for different events of opera, theatre, and music, has a surprising multiplicity of atmospheres. It has projecting platforms at different heights with walkways and vegetation, which are reached by panoramic lifts and stairways on the interior of the metallic frames on both sides of the building.