Proposing an IONS conference
The main idea of IONS is to build a community of like-minded students working in the same research areas, to provide an opportunity to meet each other to share experience and enjoy time spent together. Organizing an IONS conference helps you to develop professionally and broaden your networking. Contact International Coordination Committee if you are interested in hosting an IONS conference at your university.
All new organizers receives support from the international coordinator and previous organizers thought personal contact and via “IONS Manual” guide book, updating by every generation of organizers and containing their experience. You are not learning from your own mistakes and own experience starting from nothing; you are learning from tremendous database of advises and suggestions concerning organizing your IONS conference from many experienced students.
Traditionally, during the IONS conference students have a discussion regarding a place of the next conference. In order to organize a conference, students need to participate in at least one IONS conference to meet people, to advertise an idea of hosting a conference at their university among other participants and to present it at the discussion.
Easy steps prior getting approval to host an IONS conference
• Evaluate your recourses: number of people in the organization committee, university support
• Submit IONS Host Application From
• Contact IONS coordinator
• Present your IONS host proposal at IONS conference
IONS Conference Host Application Form
Please complete the following information regarding your chapter and anticipated program and send it be email to Zulya Tomova
1. Name of Student Chapter(s) proposing the event:
2. Name of the hosting university, place
3. Conference Coordinator:
• Phone Number
• Email Address
4. Dates of proposed IONS conference:
5. Proposed location of the IONS conference
6. How many students will be involved in the conference comittee?
7. Will you receive any support from the university?
8. Please enter additional questions or comments here: