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Dossier pdf format - IUNS 21st International Congress of Nutrition
Index
Index ........................................................................................................................................ 2
Welcome Letter ....................................................................................................................... 3
Committees
Executive Committee ...........................................................................................................
4
Organising Committee .........................................................................................................
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Scientific Committee
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International Scientific Committee ........................................................................................
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Tracks ....................................................................................................................................... 8
Technical Secretariat ........................................................................................................... 10
The City - Buenos Aires ....................................................................................................... 11
History .................................................................................................................................... 11
Venue ..................................................................................................................................... 13
Layout of Commercial Exhibition ....................................................................................... 14
Collaboration Possibilities ............................................................................................. 15
Scientific Activities ..............................................................................................................
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Sponsor Area ......................................................................................................................
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Technology Services ............................................................................................................
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Other Collaborations............................................................................................................
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Summary of Collaboration Prices ..........................................................................................
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Registrations ......................................................................................................................... 22
Reservation form .................................................................................................................. 23
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WELCOME LETTER
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
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I feel honored to have the responsibility to chair the IUNS 21
International Congress of Nutrition to be held in Buenos Aires, October
th
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15 – 20 , 2017.
The Sociedad Argentina de Nutrición (SAN) will be in charge of the
Congress management. This renowned society was founded in 1941
by the scientist Prof. Pedro Escudero, pioneer in Latin America.
For ten years the SAN has been working together with Nutrition
Societies of the Southern Cone, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Chile in the field of Nutrition Quality
Education in medical schools, as well as joint activities with other scientific related societies.
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The IUNS 21 International Congress of Nutrition (ICN) is a four yearly meeting that‟s been held since
1946. Its 21st edition will be based in Buenos Aires for the first time in its history.
It is my pleasure to invite you to experience this vibrant multicultural metropolis designated “City of
Design” by UNESCO. Its wide range of cultural scenarios will amaze you.
We are currently designing the scientific activities according to the motto “From Sciences to Nutrition
Security” with the aim of encouraging the exchange of knowledge in order to achieve the improvement of
Nutrition Security.
We intend to focus on every aspect of nutrition issues going through a wide variety of topics which will be
dealt with from different perspectives in order to enrich our attendees‟ points of view.
Let me mention the pillars of our preliminary programme:
1. Advances in Nutrition Research
2. Nutrition Through Life Course
3. Public Health Nutrition and Environment
4. Nutrition and Management of Diseases
5. Nutrients and Nutritional Assessment
6. Functional Foods and Bioactive Compounds
7. Food Culture Practices and Nutritional Education
8. Agriculture, Food Science and Safety
Our main goal is to offer you a high-level meeting focused on addressing the key aspects of nutrition in a
multicultural environment, from state-of-the-art reviews to cutting edge nutritional science information.
We hope to cover all your needs in 2017 and we are looking forward to giving you the warmest welcome.
See you soon in Buenos Aires!
Dr. Mabel Alicia Brígida Carrera
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President of the IUNS 21 International Congress of Nutrition (ICN)
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Executive Committee
Director:
Dr. Ángel Gil
Chairperson:
Dr. Mabel Carrera
Co-Chairperson:
Dr. J. Alfredo Martínez
Secretary:
B.S. Gabriela Saad
Members:
Dr. Benjamín Caballero
Dr. Carlos A. González Infantino
Dr. Ascensión Marcos
Dr. Reynaldo Martorell
Dr. Lynnette Neufeld
Dr. Olga Ramos
Dr. Zulema Stolarza
Dr. Nora Slobodianik
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Organising Committee
Chairperson:
Dr. Mabel Carrera
Co-Chairperson:
Dr. Carlos A. González-Infantino
Dr. Mónica Katz
Secretary:
B.S. Gabriela Saad
Treasurers:
Dr. Graciela Godoy
Dr. Zulema Stolarza
Members:
Dr. Jorge Alvariñas
Dr. Guillermo Burlando
Dr. César A. Casávola
Dr. Graciela V. Fuente
Dr. Alicia B. García
Dr. María del Carmen Morasso
Dr. Pedro A.Tesone
Dr. María Elena Torresani
Coordinator of the Bioethics Committee:
Dr. Graciela M. Soifer
Members:
B.S. Griselda Moreira
Dr. Adriana Ruffa
Dr. María Elena Torresani
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Scientific Committee
Chairperson:
Dr. Olga Ramos
Co-Chairperson:
Dr. Nora Slobodianik
Members:
Dr. Pablo Arias
Dr. Susana Barbeito
Dr. Ricardo Basile
Dr. Claudio Bernal
Mgter. Sandra Nora Blasi
Dr. Fernando Brites
B.S. Sergio Britos
B.S. Silvia Cadelago
B.S. Marisa Canicoba
Dr. Esteban Carmuega
Dr. José Esteban Costa Gil
Dr. Francisco D´Onofrio
Dr. Daniel H. de Girolami
Dr. Pablo Durán
Dr. Mabel Ferraro
B.S. María Florencia Flax Marcó
Dr. Gustavo Frechtel
Dr. Horacio González
Dr. Claudio D. González
Dr. Silvia Gorban de Lapertosa
Dr. Berta Gorelik
Lic. Paula Guastavino
Dr. Susana Gutt
Dr. Gustavo Rubén Kliger
Dr. Irina Kovalskys
B.S. Marcela Leal
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Dr. Gabriela Levitus
B.S. Pilar Inés Llanos
Dr. Carlos Markmann
Dr. Carmen Mazza
B.S. Maria Leticia Mazzei
Dr. Ana María Menéndez
Dr. Hugo Montemerlo
Dr. Luis Olaya
Dr. Anabel N. Pallaro
Dr. Cecilia Pedernera
Dr. Gabriela Perdigón
Dr. Mario Perman
Dr. Patricia Ronayne
Dr. Clara Rubinstein
Dr. Roque Sant Yacúmo
Dr. Silvio D. Schraier
Dr. Gabriel J. Sequeira
Dr. Susana Socolovsky
B.S. María Inés Somoza
Dr. Marcela Stambullian
Dr. Zulema Stolarza
Ing. Ana María Suárez
Dr. Julio Szuster
Dr. Claudio Szymula
Dr. LilianaTrifone
Eng. Ricardo Weill
Eng. Mariano Winograd
International Scientific Committee
Chairperson:
Dr. J. Alfredo Martínez
Co-Chairperson:
Dr. Ascensión Marcos
Members:
Dr. Linda Adair
Dr. Lindsay Allen
Dr. Eduardo Atalah-Samur
Dr. Manuel E. Baldeón
Dr. Rekia Belahsen
Dr. Heiner Boeing
Dr. Josefina Bressan
Dr. Benjamin Caballero
Dr. Philip C. Calder
Dr. Cristina Campoy-Folgoso
Dr. Ruth Charrondiere
Dr. Myung-Sook Choi
Dr. Verónica Cornejo E.
Dr. Camila Corvalan-Aguilar
Dr. Stefaan de Henauw
Dr. Mercedes De Onís
Dr. Nathalie M. Delzenne
Dr. José Eduardo Dutra de Oliveira
Dr. Michael Fenech
Dr. Lynnette R. Ferguson
Dr. Any Ferreira-Heyn de Saguier
Dr. Rafael Figueredo-Grijalba
Dr. María Nieves García-Casal
Prof. Catherine Geissler
Dr. Ángel Gil
Dr. Paulo Giorelli
Dr. Mirjana Gurinovic
Dr. Pedro Hallan
Dr. Teodora Handjieva-Darlenska
Dr. Manuel Hernández-Triana
Prof. Helmut Heseker
Dr. Frank Hu
Mrs. Esther Infanger
Dr. Hisanori Kato
Dr. Cecily Kelleher
Dr.. Zohar Kerem
Dr. Berthold Koletzko
Dr. Martin Kohlmeier
Dr. Duo Li
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Dr. Xu Lin
Dr. Julie A. Lovegrove
Dr. Ian Macdonald
Dr. Francisco José Mardones-Santander
Dr. Reynaldo Martorell
Dr. Teruo Miyazawa
Dr. Marja Mutanen
Prof. Dr. Godwin D. Ndossi
Prof. Dr. Lynnette Neufeld
Dr. Shane Norris
Dr. Véronique Pallet
Dr. Fátima Pérez De Heredia Benedicte
Dr. Vishwesihwaraiah Prakash
Dr. Michael Pratt
Dr. Andrew M. Prentice
Dr. Rita P. Ramán
Dr. Pingfan Rao
Dr. Durval Rivas-Filho
Dr. Juan Ángel Rivera-Dommarco
Mr. Swapan Kumar Roy
Dr. Harshpal Singh Sachedev
Dr. José Luis Santos-Martín
Dr. Malgorzata Schlegel-Zawadzka
Dr. Mauro Serafini
Dr. Lluis Serra-Majem
Dr. Olga María Silverio Amancio
Dr. Liseti Solano R.
Dr. Noel Solomons
Dr. Shawn Somorset
Dr. Ricardo Uauy
Dr. Emorn Udomkesmalee
Dr. Roxana Valdés-Ramos
Dr. Helio Vannucchi
Dr. Salimata Wade
Dr. Mark Wahlqvist
Dr. Julia Wärnberg
Dr. Susanne Westenbrink
Dr. Christine M. Williams
Dr. Xiaoguang Yang
Dr. Nelly Mercedes Zavaleta-Pimentel
Tracks
1. Advances in Nutrition Research
1.1 Nutrigenetics, Nutrigenomics and Personalized Nutrition
1.2 Epigenetics and Early Programming
1.3 New Advances in Experimental Nutrition
1.4 Biomarkers in Nutrition
1.5 New Experimental Approaches in Clinical Nutrition
2. Nutrition Through Life Course
2.1 Nutrition in Pregnancy and Lactation
2.2 Nutrition in Infancy and Childhood
2.3 Nutrition and Adolescence
2.4 Prevention of Nutrition Behavioural Disorder
2.5 Nutrition in the Elderly
3. Public Health Nutrition and Environment
3.1 Epidemiology
3.2 Healthy Lifestyles Promotion
3.3 Physical Activity
3.4 Nutrition Policies & Nutrition Security
3.5 Guidelines
3.6 Environmental Sustainability
4. Nutrition and Management of Diseases
4.1 Obesity, Diabetes and Related Disorders
4.2 Cardiovascular Diseases
4.3 Cancer
4.4 Malnutrition
4.5 Other Inflammatory and Immune Diseases
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5. Nutrients and Nutritional Assessment
5.1 Body Composition
5.2 Growth and Development
5.3 Macronutrients
5.4 Micronutrients
5.5 International Data Base Food Composition
5.6 Nutritional Assessment Methods
6. Functional Foods and Bioactive Compounds
6.1 Prebiotics, Probiotics and Symbiotics
6.2 Bioactive Ingredients
6.3 Determination and Analytical Methods. Bioactive Compounds.
6.4 New Foods and New Ingredients
6.5 Communication of Food Functionalities
7. Food Culture Practices and Nutritional Education
7.1 Joining Cultures through the Mediterranean Diet
7.2 Nutrition Transition and Challenges in Latin America
7.3 Nutrition, Health and Wellness in Asia, Africa and Oceania
7.4 Improving Indigenous and Cultural Foods
7.5 Changing Dietary Patterns in Northern and Western Countries
8. Agriculture, Food Science and Safety
8.1 Agrodiversity and Econutrition
8.2 Food Composition and Labeling
8.3 Nutrition and Wellness. Food Safety.
8.4 Nutrition and Environmental Sustainability
8.5 Nutritional Claims
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Technical Secretariat
Calle. Arenales 843. Piso 2 departamento 7
RETIRO – 1061 CABA
Tel: + 34 902 430 960
Fax: + 34 902 430 959
E-mails:
[email protected]
[email protected]
Web:
www.iuns-icn2017.com
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The City - Buenos Aires
History
The City of Buenos Aires was founded twice. It was first founded in 1536, when the Spanish colonizer
Pedro de Mendoza established the first settlement. He named it „Ciudad del Espíritu Santo y Puerto
Santa María del Buen Ayre‟ (City of the Holy Spirit and Port Saint Mary of the Good Air). The second and
final foundation was made by Juan de Garay in 1580, who named the city 'Ciudad de Trinidad' (City of
Trinity).
During the second half of the nineteenth century, the port was the point of arrival for the big immigration
wave promoted by the Argentine State to populate the nation. Spanish, Italians, Syrian-Lebanese, Poles
and Russians engraved on Buenos
Aires that cultural eclecticism which
distinguishes it.
Throughout the twentieth century,
successive internal migration from
Latin America and the Orient made
Buenos Aires a cosmopolitan city,
where people from different cultures
and religions live together.
Climate
The City of Buenos Aires has a mild climate all year round. With an average annual temperature of 18 °C
(64 °F) and just a very few days of intense heat or cold, Buenos Aires can be visited at any time of year.
The coldest month is July. Although frosts are rare, it is recommendable to go out with a wool coat, a
jacket or overcoat and scarf. In winter the cold is moderate during the day, but at night the temperature
drops considerably. In summer the heat is humid. Mornings are warm, while around midday and early
afternoon temperatures rise significantly. At night, the heat decreases slightly, so fresh and light clothing
is used and there is no need for coats.
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The wettest seasons are spring
and autumn (March to June and
September
to
December).There
are mild or brief showers that do
not affect the various activities
available and you can walk down
the street with an umbrella or
raincoat.
On sunny days of autumn and spring, mornings are cool, around noon the thermometer rises to a nice
temperature and drops again at night.
Gastronomy
The gastronomy of the City of Buenos Aires is the result of ongoing encounters between different
products and ethnicities. Here is where the countryside and the city merged, the longstanding settler and
the recent immigrant, the European and the Native American. These culinary fusions are taking place
since colonial times and gave the Food of this city its very own characteristics.
This is why dishes such as stew,
roast,
pizza,
pasta
and
the
Hispanic rice meals, coexist with
the Arabian kebbe, los Milanese,
Vienna
sausages,
French
patisserie and the recent Asian
dishes. This amalgamation has
been forming a vital and dynamic
cuisine, which is still forging its identity.
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Venue
SHERATON Buenos Aires HOTEL & CONVENTION CENTER
San Martín 1225/1275
Buenos Aires,
Buenos Aires 1104
Argentina
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Layout of Commercial Exhibition
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Collaboration Possibilities
SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES
 NON-INDUSTRY SYMPOSIUM
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Governmental and non-governmental organizations, public institutions, scientific
societies and International Projects.
 Room type “A”: capacity 600 – 800 persons
5.000 USD+VAT
 Room type “B”: capacity 500 – 600 persons
3.000 USD+VAT
 Room type “C”: capacity 200 – 400 persons
1.500 USD+VAT
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Private foundations, institutes and related institutions
 Room type “A”: capacity 600 – 800 persons
 Room type “B”: capacity 500 – 600 persons
 Room type “C”: capacity 200 – 400 persons
12.000 USD+VAT
8.000 USD+VAT
6.000 USD+VAT
Collaboration details:
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Duration: 120 minutes.
The collaborator can suggest another structure, whether or not these suggestions
are appropriate can be discussed with the organizers.
Display in collaborators area, free of charge.
Rent of room, audiovisuals and conference hostesses.
Not included in the price:

Speakers/chairperson registration fees, accommodation and travel
expenses.
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Potential translation into Spanish.
Each activity shall usually count with 1 or 2 chairs and 3-4 speakers
 INDUSTRY SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM
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Room type “A”: capacity 600 – 800 persons
Room type “B”: capacity 500 – 600 persons
Room type “C”: capacity 200 – 400 persons
16.500 USD+VAT
11.500 USD+VAT
9.000 USD+VAT
Collaboration details:
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Duration: 120 minutes.
The collaborator can suggest another structure, whether or not these suggestions
are appropriate can be discussed with the organizers.
Display in collaborators area, free of charge.
Rent of room, audiovisuals and conference hostesses.
Not included in the price:

Speakers/chairperson registration fees, accommodation and travel
expenses.
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Potential translation into Spanish.
Each activity shall usually count with 1 or 2 chairs and 3-4 speakers
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 SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM (Sunday 15 October)
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Governmental and non-governmental organizations, public institutions, scientific societies
and International Projects.
Half Day
Full Day
 Room type “A”: capacity 600 – 800 persons
4.100 USD+VAT
6.500 USD+VAT
 Room type “B”: capacity 500 – 600 persons
3.000 USD+VAT
4.500 USD+VAT
 Room type “C”: capacity 200 – 400 persons
2.000 USD+VAT
3.500 USD+VAT
Collaboration details:
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Duration: Half day 4 hours and Full day 8 hours.
The collaborator can suggest another structure, whether or not these suggestions
are appropriate can be discussed with the organizers.
Rent of room, audiovisuals and conference hostesses.
Not included in the price:

Speakers/chairperson registration fees, accommodation and travel
expenses.

Potential translation into Spanish.
Each activity shall usually count with 1 or 2 chairs and 3-4 speakers
SPONSOR AREA
 STAND
Stand space of 6sqm (3x2m): 9.000 USD+VAT
Collaboration details:
 Price for 3x2m space for stand.
 The spaces of stands will be given on first come first served basis.
 Assembly of stand is not included.
 DISPLAY IN SPONSOR AREA
Cost: 4.000 USD+VAT
Collaboration details:
Display (2.00m high x 0.90m wide poster) with image of company or product, which will be
displayed in the sponsor area during the whole event.
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TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
 iEvents APPLICATION
Cost: 15.000 USD+VAT
Compatible with
What is it?
It is an application downloaded directly from the Apple Store and through Android allowing the
delegate to interact in real time with the organization of the congress, receiving in digital format all
the necessary information which in turn allows the management of one‟s own agenda, or to
contact directly with sponsors, etc.
How does iEvents work?
After having received confirmation of registration to the Congress, the user can download the
application for smartphones and directly access their information entering the user information
and password provided by the technical secretariat.
Before the Congress begins the user can update and prepare their own personal agenda with the
scientific activities of their choice.
What if my terminal is not compatible?
For delegates whose terminal is not compatible with either Apple or Android, a Bluetooth server
will be activated at the venue so Congress information can be received. All that is needed is to
approach one of the Touch screen totems located in the Technical Secretariat and allow the
interaction with your device.
In case you do not want to use mobile devices, situated throughout the venue there will be Touch
screen totems available for consulting the applications.

ROOM ACCESS CONTROL (ARCH PUBLICITY) AND ACCREDITATION
CARDS
Cost: Please contact technical secretariat.
Collaboration details:
Room access control is a multimedia platform based on management software, control arches
and a central server that detects the passage of people
Cost: Please contact technical secretariat.
Features:
 How does this work? Each participant is given an accreditation with their details and the arch
captures the card signal, extracts the information and passes the data to a processing
subsystem.
 What is its purpose? This system allows full control over the attendance to the room so this
serves as justification for obtaining credits for the delegate‟s professional career.
 How can I make them profitable? The system can be covered with vinyl advertising, where the
company‟s logo will be very visible to all attendees when entering and leaving the scientific
activities.
 Advertising can be installed in the entrance arches to the halls and various events.
 Possibility of contracting singularly or even all the arches.
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
POSTER EXHIBITION AREA
Cost: 20.000 USD+VAT
Collaboration details:
 Sponsorship of the website for the database of the posters presented at the Congress for
consultation and reprinting needs.
 Software for the creation of posters from home for those who wish to send abstracts available 24
h a day, 365 days a year, for presentation and consultation.
 10 computers + projector + screen + printer in the Posters Area for tele-matic consultations,
printing posters and their defence.
 At least 20 digital display totems for the poster display and their defence.
 TOUCH SCREEN TOTEM
Cost: 3.400 USD+VAT
Collaboration details:
Its size is 1.92 m x 1.08 m with a touch screen of 65" which can include:
 Sponsor‟s advertising.
 Inclusion of sponsor‟s logo on each screen or on a fixed banner.
 Scientific programme information.
 Social programme information.
 Conference Venue map.
 Exhibition floor layout with the sponsors‟ logos.
 Technical Secretariat information points.
 Send text messages with information of the Congress and sponsor‟s logo.
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INTERACTIVE FLOOR
Cost: Please contact technical secretariat.
Collaboration details:
It projects dynamic visual content. It allows us to, for example:
 Project in a pedestrian area, using a background of the congress and a dynamic effect of water
and various sponsor logos moving.
 Projects words or phrases.
 Projection of the sponsor‟s logo using various visual effects.
 We accept other compositions.
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
VIDEO WALL
Cost: Please contact technical secretariat.
Collaboration details:
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It consists of a system of ultra-fine, and latest generation monitors, lined together creating one
large screen. It uses an electronic signal transmitted by all the monitors, this system replaces the
traditional head table banner, and its visual impact is one of its greatest features.
This system can display the congress name, or title of the table as well as the names of those
who interact in the conferences, tables, symposia, etc., with the background image of the
Conference and images of the sponsoring company. Likewise, the name of the speaker who is
intervening automatically appears.
The publicity of the sponsor will be included at the start of the daily activity and during the coffeebreaks and pauses. It is possible to personalize the image chosen by the sponsor.
VIDEO STREAMING
Cost: Please contact technical secretariat.
Collaboration details:
Video streaming is the live broadcasting of a scientific session over the Internet. We produce the
video in HD, acquiring the highest quality on the presentation texts and high compatibility with all
devices.
 How does it work?
With our live production system we capture pictures of the speaker and the presentation and Upload
it to internet with a video streaming flux. We provide a compatible player for all browsers and mobile
devices.
 Why is it useful?
This system allows people to view the scientific session all over the world through internet.
 Advantages
o Higher impact of the event on the network.
o Video streaming is live.
o Allows users unable to attend to view the scientific content.
o HD reproduction of the event.
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Other Collaborations
Additional possibilities of promoting your company and your products are offered through sponsoring of
different options related to the Congress. We are sure that you will be able to find an item on the list to fit
your specific company‟s interest and budget. Of course we also welcome your own suggestions.
Social Events
1. Welcome Reception: 43.500 USD+VAT
All Delegates and Exhibitors are invited to this party. Sponsor will receive full recognition on this event.
2. Gala Dinner: 50.000 USD+VAT
Gala Dinner is open to all participants (i.e. delegates, accompanying persons, and exhibitors) at a
minimal cost subsidized by Sponsor. Payment and reservation is required. Sponsor will receive full
recognition on this event.
3. Catering at the venue:
All Delegates are entitled to this. Sponsor Logos will be placed in all coffee break stations.
Lunch boxes (per day): 40.000 USD+VAT
Products and Services
5. Congress Bags: 50.000 USD+VAT
Exclusive sponsorship of the Congress bags. Your name will be displayed discreetly on each bag. You
are entitled to include one piece of promotional literature in the Congress bag (costs are including
manufacturing).
6. Internet Corner:
The sponsor name will be displayed on the screens and on promotion boards in the Internet Corner,
located in the exhibition area.
Main internet corner: 30.000 USD+VAT
Other internet corner: 20.000 USD+VAT
7. Pen-Drive For Abstracts: 30.000USD+VAT
The abstracts of the Congress will be published on Pen-Drive.
8. Speaker’s Preparation Room: 17.000 USD+VAT
The sponsor name will be displayed in the presentation preview room.
9. Notepads and Pens: 10.000 USD+VAT
The sponsor name and logo will be printed on the notepads and pens, to be included in the Congress bag
(costs are including manufacturing).
10. Conference Program Board: 7.000USD+VAT
A specially designed program board which will list the full conference program will be placed in a common
public area. The sponsor's name will be printed on this as well.
11. Insert in the congress bag (each insert): 5.000 USD+VAT
12. Sponsored Booklet: 3.000 USD+VAT
13. Sponsorship of Congress Website: Please contact technical secretariat.
14. Inclusion of Banner in Website: Please contact technical secretariat.
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15. Your own suggestion to support IUNS 21 ICN 2017 will be welcome, please send your proposal to
the Technical Secretariat
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Summary of Collaboration Prices
SPONSORSHIP POSSIBILITIES
NON-INDUSTRY SYMPOSIUM
Governmental and non-governmental
organizations
NON-INDUSTRY SYMPOSIUM
Private foundations, institutes and related
institutions
INDUSTRY SPONSORED
SYMPOSIUM
SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM HALF
DAY (Sunday 15th October)
Governmental and non-governmental
organizations
SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM FULL
DAY (Sunday 15th October)
Governmental and non-governmental
organizations
STAND
DISPLAY IN SPONSOR AREA
iEVENTS
ROOM ACCESS CONTROL
POSTER EXHIBITION AREA
TOUCH SCREEN TOTEM
INTERACTIVE FLOOR
VIDEO WALL
VIDEO STREAMING
WELCOME RECEPTION
GALA DINNER
CATERING AT THE VENUE
CONGRESS BAGS
INTERNET CORNER
PRICES
Room type “A” - Room type “B” - Room
type “C”
5.000 USD - 3.000 USD - 1.500 USD
Room type “A” - Room type “B” - Room
type “C”
12.000 USD - 8.000 USD - 6.000 USD
Room type “A” - Room type “B” - Room
type “C”
16.500 USD - 11.500 USD - 9.000 USD
Room type “A” - Room type “B” - Room
type “C”
4.100 USD - 3.000 USD - 2.000 USD
Room type “A” - Room type “B” - Room
type “C”
6.500 USD - 4.500 USD - 3.500 USD
Lunch boxes
Main internet corner
Other internet corner
PEN-DRIVE FOR ABSTRACTS
SPEAKER´S PREPARATION ROOM
NOTEPADS AND PENS
CONFERENCE PROGRAM BOARD
INSERT IN CONGRESS BAG (each insert)
SPONSORED BOOKLET
SPONSORSHIP OF CONGRESS WEBSITE
INCLUSION OF BANNER IN WEBSITE
9.000 USD
4.000 USD
15.000 USD
Please contact technical secretariat.
20.000 USD
3.400 USD
Please contact technical secretariat
Please contact technical secretariat
Please contact technical secretariat
43.500 USD
50.000 USD
40.000 USD
50.000 USD
30.000 USD
20.000 USD
30.000 USD
17.000 USD
10.000 USD
7.000 USD
5.000 USD
34.000 USD
Please contact technical secretariat
Please contact technical secretariat
VAT not included
Note: the Organising Committee is open to suggestions should you be interested in any other collaboration not
included on this dossier.
Important note: these prices are subject to changes that will be notified in due course.
Take advantage of these prices by placing your booking in advance
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Registrations
GROUPS
EARLY BIRD
st
(Until 31 May 2017)
REGULAR
st
LATE and ON-SITE
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(From 1 June
(From September 1
st
th
to 31 August 2017) to October 15 2017 )
Delegates
700 USD
850 USD
950 USD
Middle and low income countries*
500 USD
550 USD
600 USD
Industry Delegates & Professionals
900 USD
1.050 USD
1.150 USD
Major Degree, MS and PhD
Students**
350 USD
400 USD
550 USD
Accompanying Persons***
300 USD
VAT included
*The delegates from Middle and Low Income countries will be able to apply for a scholarship.
These scholarships will be subject to a selection process.
**To be able to register as a student, you must present a proof/certificate of fulltime enrolment at a
recognized university or college at the time of the registration.
***This registration fee includes the access to the Congress Venue, Trade Exhibition, lunches boxes and
welcome reception.
It does not include the congress bag neither the attendance to the Scientific Sessions.
Registration fee includes:
 Attendance to the scientific sessions
 Congress Bag with documentation
 Lunch boxes
 Admission to the Trade Exhibition
 Abstracts information
Optional: Gala dinner
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Reservation form
(Send completed form to the Secretariat)
INVOICE DATA
BUSINESS NAME........................................................................COMPANY TAX CODE…............………..
ADDRESS......................................................................................................................................................
CITY................................................................ POST CODE.......................TLF NO.....................................
E-MAIL...........................................................................................................................................................
***It is important that you send via e-mail the corporate logo that you want to have on the Conference
publications.
Formats: .tiff, .psd or .eps, of 300ppp quality
CONTACT PERSON FOR AGREEMENT FOLLOW-UP:
........................................................................................................................................................................
BUSINESS NAME FOR PUBLICATION PURPOSES:
.......................................................................................................................................................................
*** Please, write it as it should appear (upper and lower case letters, accents, etc.)
This business name will be used for publications, both in the programme as well as on the front of the stand/s,
except for when it is a particular design.
We accept the Exhibition conditions, and hereby request collaboration with:
1st STAND(S) OPTION: Nº..............................................................................TOTAL M2...........................
2ND STAND(S) OPTION: Nº............................................................................TOTAL M2...........................
SYMPOSIUM................................................................................................................................................
SESSION......................................................................................................................................................
OTHER.........................................................................................................................................................
At the price of
.................................+ VAT , for which we will make a 50% payment through:
- Bank transfer to: FASE20, S.L.
Business Name: FASE20, S.L. (España)
BANCO SANTANDER
CUENTA: 0049 5738 3424 1618 7871
IBAN: ES36 0049 5738 3424 1618 7871
BIC: BSCHESMM
Business Name: FASE 20 Argentina SRL
BANCO SANTANDER RIO ARGENTINA
CBU 00720382220000000045140
Cuenta Corriente 451/4
Suc. 382. Juana Manso
We will indicate, in each case, the countervalue in USD, taking as reference the selling exchange rate of the Banco
de la Nación Argentina the day of the transfer or the day the deposit is effective.
(A copy of the bank transfer receipt is required).
Signature and Stamp
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