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NEW! FORCE2016 Travel Fellowship Funding - Apply Today

Travel Fellowships are available for up to $1,200 for travelers within the US and Canada, and up to $2,000 for international travelers. While applications will be accepted from anyone who wishes to attend the conference and demonstrates a need for support, we especially encourage applications from student/young scholars and those from beyond North America and Europe.


The 2016 conference theme, “Building Bridges, Connecting Knowledge,” will address topics such as visualization of science and scholarship, transparency in research workflows, and the importance of effective communication both within and beyond academia. Join us in Portland if you are passionate about transforming research processes and communications. We guarantee dynamic thinking and discussion, whether on the podium or over coffee. You’ll leave with new ideas and new connections. Check out the line up of Keynote Speakers and topics on the website.  

SUBMIT TO HOST: Pre-conference Workshops and Meetings

Sunday, 17 April 2016, is available for groups who want to meet in conjunction with the FORCE2016 conference, whether for workshops, informal or formal collaborations, or business meetings. Meetings should be related to the goals and mission of FORCE11. If you are interested in hosting a meeting at the FORCE2016 venue, please submit this form.

SUBMIT ABSTRACTS: Posters, Demos, Sessions

Submit abstracts for any of the following sessions (Demo, Poster, and/or Sessions) at this form here.  


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