Registration

The International Congress of Infant Studies will take place June 30 – July 3, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.  Join us for three and half days of science, networking and time spent in historical and exciting Philadelphia!  Come for the conference, stay for the July 4th celebrations.

Statement of Community

The International Congress of Infant Studies (ICIS) provides a context for the dissemination of research methods and findings on psychological development during infancy and early childhood and supports open intellectual discussion about theory, research, and practice. The Congress is committed to serving the needs of all ICIS members, inclusive of career stage, theoretical orientation, methodological practice, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, physical appearance, ethnicity/race or country of origin, religion, and political views. ICIS expects all attendees at our meetings and events to treat each other with mutual respect.

What’s Included

Registration includes:

  • Access to three full days of conference sessions, including the 40th Anniversary Symposium on Saturday June 30th
  • Daily Coffee Breaks
  • 40th Anniversary Reception on Saturday June 30th, 2018
  • Presidential Reception on Sunday July 1st, 2018
  • Dedicated Poster Sessions, Multiple parallel sessions, and three outstanding keynotes
  • Complimentary WIFI in the congress meeting rooms
  • An online program and abstract book along with a conference app
  • The opportunity to network and liaise with research colleagues and leading PIs

Registration Procedure

Step 1: Membership

ICIS Members benefit from reduced registration fees.  If you are not currently an ICIS member, you can join or renew prior to registering for the meeting.  Please note registering for the meeting at the member rate will save you more than the cost of the membership.

Step 2: Register

Please note, registration rates are in US dollars.  There may be additional fees incurred by individual credit card companies as the processing bank merchant for ICIS is located in Canada.

Early Bird (Ends March 28, 2018)

Regular Member: $330
Regular Non-Member: $490
Early Career Member: $230
Early Career Non-Member: $350
Student Member: $130
Student Non-Member: $210
*Developing Nation Member: $130
*Developing Nation Non-Member: $210

Regular (Ends May 29, 2018)

Regular Member: $360
Regular Non-Member: $520
Early Career Member: $260
Early Career Non-Member: $380
Student Member: $160
Student Non-Member: $250
*Developing Nation Member: $160
*Developing Nation Non-Member: $250

Late/Onsite

Regular Member: $390
Regular Non-Member: $550
Early Career Member: $290
Early Career Non-Member: $410
Student Member: $190
Student Non-Member: $280
*Developing Nation Member: $190
*Developing Nation Non-Member: $280
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Please note that Early Career level is defined as anyone within five (5) years of their terminal degree.

*If you are residing in a country identified on the World Bank list of developing nations (Low Income, Low-Middle Income, or Upper-Middle Income, please contact us for the discounted registration code.  You will require this code to register at a reduced rate.  Please note that you must be currently residing in the identified country in order to qualify for the membership reduction.

Cancellation Policy: All cancellations must be received in writing.  The amount paid less a $75 processing fee will be refunded for cancellations post-marked, faxed, or emailed prior to June 4, 2018.  Following this date, no refunds will be issued.

Transfer Policy: There will be a charge of $75 to transfer a registration to another person.  Transfer requests must be made by June 4, 2018.  Following this date, no transfer will be issued.

The International Congress of Infant Studies reserves the right to modify the conference program.  The conference organizers are not responsible for any non-refundable expenses participants incur for their travel and accommodations associated with this event.

Step 3: Book Accommodation

Book your accommodation in Philly early as it’s a busy week leading up to the 4th of July celebrations.

Please visit the Destination page

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