Q: Do I have to be a member of IAWE in order to submit my abstract? A: You do not need to be a member of IAWE to submit your abstract, however, you must
be a member and register for the conference in order to present your paper. You can
become a member here, and register for the conference by clicking the relevant links under registration.
Q: What is the deadline for abstracts? A: The Organizing Committee has extended the deadline for submitting abstracts to
January 31, 2023, in response to requests from around the world, however, please submit your abstract
as soon as possible.
Q: Is there is a limit on the number of presentations per presenter? A: The limit is one paper per primary presenter/first author, and one primary presenter/first
author per paper. All authors of a paper must be IAWE members.
Q: Is it acceptable to submit an abstract when most of the contents have been presented
at an earlier conference elsewhere? A: Idealy, we would like all the presentations to be new papers, not presented elsewhere.
However, we do realize that it is fairly common practice, to present a data set with
some overlap of points at successive conferences, with new analysis and interpretation
Q: When will I be informed of the acceptance of my abstract? A: You will be informed about the success of your abstract on a rolling basis, within
a few weeks of submission.
Q: Do I need to register for the conference before I submit my abstract? A:It's not necessary to register for the conference before submitting your abstract.
However, you must be registered in order to present a paper.
Q: When is the registration deadline? A: Although there is no formal deadline for registration (you can even register on-site),
we recommend that you register as early as possible in order to ensure participation,
and to facilitate applying for a US Visa.
Q: Is it possible to register at a discounted rate? A: We are unable to offer discounts except to IAWE members and students.
Q: Are there travel grants for participants? A: The conference has no provision of travel grants. However, participants are encouranged
to explore local resources and other grant making bodies.
Q: I am about to finish my graduate degree. May I register as a student? A: If you are currently a student, you may join IAWE for one year as a student, and
register for the conference as a student, even if your degree is awarded before the
conference takes place. Your student IAWE membership is valid for one year from the
date you join.
Q: Can I present my paper online? A: We are unable to support remote presentations for IAWE 25, apart from the plenary
lecture by David Crystal. All other presentations will be live on site.
Q: Are workshop/poster presentations allowed? A: We do not have a poster session at IAWE 25 Stony Brook. Please submit your abstract
for a formal 20 minute academic paper.
Q: Where can I get information about the program? A: All information concerning the program, etc., will be available on the IAWE 25
Mattoo Center for India StudiesE 5350 Melville LibraryStony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY 11794