Registration and Information Desk
The ISPS registration and information desk will be situated in the foyer of Harpa, which is located at:
Registration will open at 11:00 on Wednesday, 30 August, and the information desk will open each day of the conference from 08:30.
Your delegate pack should contain the following:
Conference program and abstracts booklet
Access to conference sites, performances, social events, and meal venues will be by delegate badge only. For security purposes, it is recommended that you wear your badge at all times while at Harpa.
On the evening of 30 August, you are invited to attend a performance of 'No Tomorrow' (from Sacrifice) by the Iceland Dance Company.
The performance will be preceded by Countercurrent Live, a discussion of 'No Tomorrow' with artist Ragnar Kjartansson and choreographer Margrét Bjarnadóttir led by Professor Roger Kneebone (Imperial College London).
Meals and refreshments
Refreshments (tea/coffee) and lunch will be available as indicated in the scheduled program.
The conference dinner will be held from 20:00 on Friday, 01 September, at
For detailed maps and public transport schedules during your stay in Reykjavík, see www.visitreykjavik.is.
The time allocated for spoken papers is 20 minutes, with a further 5 minutes for questions and 5 minutes for changeovers. Due to the busy conference schedule, it is important that sessions keep to time; therefore, session Chairs have been instructed to cut short any papers that overrun their allotted time. Speakers should ensure that their equipment needs are met before the start of the session. Conference rooms will be open 30 minutes before each session, and an assistant will be available to offer help as required.
Posters will be displayed on Thursday, 31 August, and Friday, 01 September. Each poster has been allocated an area with A0-portrait dimensions (W 841 x H 1189 mm). Posters should be mounted on their assigned day during the morning break period at 10:00. Assistants will be on hand to provide push pins for attaching posters to the boards. The period from 10:30-11:30 on both days has been specifically set aside for delegates to view posters. No other sessions will take place at this time, and presenters are required to be by their posters to answer questions. Posters will also be available for viewing during the lunch break on their assigned day.