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Note: Registration Fee Reduction for Graduate Students

The U.S. National Science Foundation has made some funds available to the conference organizers to support attendance by graduate students. We particularly welcome applications from women, minority students, and participants with disabilities from U.S. universities. The funds will provide a reduction in the conference registration fee for some graduate students attending the conference.

Selection of the students who will receive a reduction in the conference registration fee (50% to 100%) will be based on an email application. To apply for a reduction in the student registration fee, please send an email to with REGISTRATION FEE REDUCTION in the subject line. Be sure to mention the title of the accepted paper you co-authored, the university where you are enrolled, and your expected graduation date. Please explain in 1–2 paragraphs why you need the reduction in the registration fee, why you are interested in attending, and how it relates to your current research. We also require a short CV from the applicant (up to two pages), to be appended with the email application.

The deadline for applications for the reduced registration fee is April 1, 2016.

IAHR/Co-Sponsors Members

  • Late registration: $850
  • Early registration: $750 (before May 1, 2016)


  • Late registration: $950
  • Early registration: $850 (before May 1, 2016)


  • Late registration: $500
  • Early registration: $450 (before May 1, 2016)

Accompanying Persons: (includes opening ceremony, welcome reception, and banquet)

  • Registration: $250

A paper registration form is available for those who require it; you can also register online and mail a check without using the form.

Note: Non-student registration includes: proceedings (hardcopy with full papers, plus CD ROM), technical sessions, coffee breaks, lunches, welcome reception, the conference banquet, and the technical tour.

Reasonably priced accommodations for students and young researchers will be available in a residence hall on the Saint Louis University campus.

All the facilities where the conference will be held are accessible to persons with disabilities. Participants with disabilities should identify themselves when submitting the paper and contact us to accommodate special needs in terms of oral presentations or other specific needs.


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Last modified on March 21st, 2016
Posted on March 19th, 2014