In this section you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions we receive. Should you not find an answer to your question, contact us at email@example.com
After Sunday, you will be able to collect your pack from the Registration Pack Collection Desk:
- every day at Campus San Giobbe, Entrance 1, from 8:30 am to 7:00 pm,
- on Monday (22/8/22), at Teatro La Fenice, from 8:15 am to 1:00 pm [you will receive only the badge, welcome pack to be collected in Campus San Giobbe, please ask to our staff]
- on Thursday (25/8/22), in Padua at Complesso Beato Pellegrino, Via Vendramini 13 , from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm.
This desk will be extremely busy at peak times, so please leave plenty of time to collect your pack before the start of your session. Please ensure you leave time to collect your pack as you must collect your pack before attending any element of the ICBS.
Amongst various gadgets and souvenirs, your pack contains 3 extremely important objects: your name badge, one FFP2 mask (mandatory on public transport), maps & plans of the locations.
Name Badges: your ICBS name badge is your pass to the ICBS and must be worn at all times. For security reasons, delegates who are not wearing their name badges may be refused admission to ICBS sessions. PLEASE NOTICE that you will need your name badge to access all the venues: every time you enter a compound your name badge will be checked.
Student status applies to anyone who is a BA, Master or PhD student at the time of their registration for the Congress.
Any Congress participant who is accompanying a speaker. Once they have registered, accompanying persons can take part in the Congress as members of the audience and guests during institutional events. The enrolment fee does not cover any supplementary cultural activities for which additional payments are required. In the coming months a list of optional “fringe” activities will be made available.
HYBRID FORMAT FAQ
For organisational reasons, the choice made is irrevocable.
The call for papers ended on April 15 2021 for free communications, posters, thematic sessions of free communications, and on May 15 2021 for round tables. Therefore, it is not possible to submit new proposals.
We do not foresee any publication of the abstracts as a printed volume. The abstracts will be published as an open-access e-book.
It will be possible to upload abstracts up to April 30, 2022. You will receive a link to access the webpage. Kindly note that abstracts for Round Tables, Thematic Sessions, Free Communications, and Posters must be approximately 600 characters long. Each participant must upload his or her abstract in its final version: the abstracts will then be proofread and revised for consistency, if necessary, by the editors of the Proceedings. No further interventions, final approval and correction of drafts by the authors are foreseen. The abstract must provide a clear and separate summary of the paper to be presented at the Congress. It must not contain any footnotes or bibliographical references. The abstract must provide a succinct presentation of the contents, aim, and methodology of the paper, along with any other information useful to define its focus.
To upload the abstract you need to complete the registration form by clicking on https://byzcongress2022.org/registration/. After the registration and payment, you will receive an email from <firstname.lastname@example.org> with the link and the log-in information (username and password) required to upload your abstract.
Yes. To upload the abstract you need to complete the registration form by clicking on https://byzcongress2022.org/
We kindly invite you to check the email box for the address you’ve entered in the Congress registration form: you should have received an email with the required log-in information from <email@example.com>. Make sure the email did not end up in your spam box.
In this email you will find all the data required to access the web page https://ecfpeerflow.unive.it and to upload your abstract.
If you’re sure you have not received this email, then let us know by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
PROGRAMME INFO FAQ
The general programme is available online, the details of the sessions will be updated in itinere.
15 minutes maximum.
The Congress will be held at the San Giobbe Campus of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, which is located near Venice “Santa Lucia” railway station. We recommend finding accommodation in Venice (the town centre, ideally near the railway station) or in Mestre (on the mainland). On one day (Thursday 25 August 2022) the Congress will be taking place in Padua. Please contact email@example.com for further enquiry.
Not necessarily. Padua is roughly 30 minutes away from Venice by train. The Congress will be taking place in Padua only on one day (Thursday 25 August 2022), so it will be possible to commute there. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further enquiry.