Information

Registration fees

All registration fees are in US dollars.

Category Until
31 Dec 2013
Until
1 Mar 2014
Undergraduate and graduate students 60 80
CSSI members 100 150
Academic participants from Latin America 150 200
Academic participants from elsewhere 300 400
Corporate participants 300 400
Accompanying persons* 60 80

To benefit from the early bird fees, you must register and process your payment until 31 December 2013. For regular fees, you must register and process your payment until 1 March 2014.

The registration fee includes:

  • access to all scientific sessions
  • morning and afternoon coffee breaks with refreshments
  • access to the Welcome Reception on Wednesday, 12 March
  • access to the social events
  • conference materials, including certificate of attendance

Lunches and dinners are not covered by the registration fee. Many nice restaurants at affordable prices are available in and around the conference venue. The organisers are also trying to negotiate special rates for congress participants at some of these restaurants: more information will be available here when it becomes available.

*Accompanying persons have access only to the Welcome Reception and the social events. No access to the scientific sessions is permitted. Only registered participants can register accompanying persons; further information is available through your personal myCSSI-SAC1 page.

 

 

Venue

The conference starts on Tuesday, 11 March, with introductory lectures especially aimed at younger researchers and newcomers to Heat Shock Proteins and Cellular and Molecular Stress Response. The morning sessions will take place at the

Institut Pasteur de Montevideo (IP Montevideo)
Mataojo 2020
Montevideo, 11400

 

In the afternoon, the sessions will be at the neighbouring

Facultad de Ciencias, UdelaR, Montevideo
Iguá 4225 Esq. Mataojo
Montevideo, 11400

Lunch is available at the cafeteria of both institutions at very reasonable prices.

 



From Wednesday to Friday, the conference will continue at the

Sheraton Montevideo Hotel.
Calle Victor Solino 349
Montevideo, 11300

 

Accommodation

The organisers have secured preferential rates for conference participants at the Sheraton Montevideo Hotel, Palladium Business Hotel and Tryp Melia Hotel, good hotels that are in nice residential areas of Montevideo.

Details regarding discounted prices reserved to participants are available (after registration) through your personal myCSSI-SAC1 page.

Warning Sheraton Montevideo Hotel is fully booked. Warning

Getting to Montevideo

By air

Montevideo’s Carrasco international airport is served by a number of airlines that link it, via nonstop flights, to other large South American cities, as well as European and North American destinations. There are also frequent connections between Montevideo and Buenos Aires, Argentina's capital, that offers a wider range of flights to destinations across the globe.

From Carrasco airport you may use a personal car service (known as Remise locally; usually more economical) or by taxi (taxis stop at the exit of the terminal, on the ground level).

By land

Participants from neighbouring countries may also choose to travel to Montevideo by land. Additional information will be available through these pages soon.

Uruguay in a nutshell

Big facts about a small country:

  • Population: 3,500,000
  • Quality of Life: first place in South America (20th in the world!) [Eco City ranking 2011]
  • Third place on Human Development Index [Mercer]
  • Lowest Corruption Index
  • Second place on International Commerce Tranparency
  • Investment in Science and Technology: quintupled from 2002-2012
  • Literacy rate: highest in South America (and one of the highest in the world)

Info

www.transhotel.com.uy

Uruguay in images

In English, with Spanish subtitles (13:07):

 

In English (13:07; older video):

 

In Spanish (4:18):

 

Posters

The poster's maximum size is 85 x 120 cm (width x height).

Correct format... poster should be PORTRAIT    poster should NOT be LANDSCAPE Wrong format...

The poster should have the institutional affiliation and the name of the presenting author underlined.

 

 

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