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1 – What is the Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom?
Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom (SRUK/CERU) is an independent and non-profit organisation without any political affiliation. It was created to promote communication within the community of Spanish Researchers working in the United Kingdom. This association also aims to help closing the gap between Scientists and the general public from British and Spanish societies. For further information, visit our web page www.sruk.org.uk or follow us in Facebook and Twitter.
2 – How do I become a SRUK/CERU member?
Membership of SRUK/CERU is open to everyone who wishes to join it. Click here for more information.
3 – How can I register for the symposium?
4 – How much does it cost to participate?
This year, a small fee will be charged to register for the symposium. Unfortunately, in previous years, there has been a high number of registered attendees that did not show up, causing food waste and preventing potential members from attending (those that were not able to register) as the event was fully booked.
Members, out of Glasgow – £10
Members, Glasgow – £20
Non-members – £30
*Full refund is available until the 1st May 2018
*If you have any financial difficulty to pay for the fee, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be a Symposium dinner, to which you will need to register separately.
Please, check out the Symposium Dinner section.
5 – What is included in the registration?
The registration allows attendance to the Opening Ceremony on Friday 1st June 2018, and the two-day symposium (2nd and 3rd June 2018).
Saturday and Sunday lunches are also included.
The Symposium dinner (Saturday 2nd June 2018) is not included, and you will need to purchase it separately.
6 – Are there travel grants for the VI SRUK/CERU symposium attendants?
Depending on the funds available, the organization may cover part of the travel expenses. Members who had been selected for the activities at the Science Zone and live outside Glasgow will be prioritized. Please, check the Microgrants section of our web for more information in due course.
7 – Where is the Symposium being held?
The symposium will be held in Glasgow. For more information about the venue, please click here.
8 – I will go by car, where can I go?
|Lilybank Gardens||2h||3.2||10 min walking|
|Kelvingrove art gallery||2h||1||11 min walking||Only for visitors|
|Ashton road||2h||0.6||12 in walking|
|Kelvingrove Car Park||0-4h||1|
|Riverside Car Park||0-4h||1|
|Bunhouse Car Park||0-4h||1||17 min walking|
* Information taken from here.
9 – Is there a recommended hotel nearby the Symposium?
Yes. For more information visit here.
10 – Do I need to book my hotel room and make my own travel arrangements?
Yes. You will have to do your own arrangements.
11 – What does it happen after I submit my abstract?
When abstracts are submitted, a confirmation email will be sent to the participant. Once the scientific committee has chosen the abstracts for poster presentation, we will reach out to applicants to let them know about the outcome.
12 – Who are the members of the scientific committee?
The Scientific committee is formed by senior members from SRUK/CERU, and is elected every year. You can see all the information here.
13 – When and where will the abstract resolution be announced?
We hope to announce the selected abstracts no later than 15 days after submission deadline.
14 – Certificate of attendance
We will be sending on-line certificate of attendance immediately after the celebration of the symposium. Email us to email@example.com to claim yours.