Friday, December 12, 2008

Good News- Abstract been accepted 19th IAGG World Congress, 2009 Paris, France

Abstract number : 392
Theme : Behavioural and psychological sciences

Dear Prof. Peter Abas,

On behalf of the Scientific Committee, we are pleased to inform you that your abstract listed above has been accepted for presentation at the 19th IAGG World Congress which will take place in Paris from 5 to09 July 2009.

This notification is only being sent to the presenting authors of each abstract and we kindly ask you to share this information with your co-authors.

Please be reminded that all presenters must register for the conference and pay the registration fee in order to confirm their presentation. Failure to do this could result in withdrawing your presentation from the conference program. In order to benefit from the regular bird registration fee, we kindly invite you to register on-line on the Congress website at 31 January 2009.

A final notification of acceptance with further details on your presentation (either it has been selected as an oral communication or a poster, time, location, preparation guidelines, etc…) will be sent to you by March 2009.

We thank you very much for your collaboration and are looking forward to your presentation.

Yours sincerely,

Prof Bernard Forette Prof Bruno VellasCongress President Scientific Committee Chairman

Should you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact our Organizing Secretariat:

ICEO - International Congress & Event Organizers
Your contact : Elodie Bouvier / Speakers Management
Tel: + 32 (0)2 779 59 59 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 779 59 60E-mail:


Anonymous said...

Congratulations Fr. for the acceptance of your abstract.

Yoku mantad HNC Terawi

Anonymous said...

Go for it, make Borneons proud of you to be in this world conference.

Anonymous said...

Kotohuadan! Tanak Sabahan. You had worked very hard for your achievement. We the KadazanDusun people in Sabah share your achievement.

Anonymous said...

Bravo! You are making the University of Rochester PROUD!
Nothing is impossible, "share your brain to the world."

iagg said...

Great News, I'll be in Paris for this congress!