Programme-at-a-Glance and Itinerary Builder
The entire IAS 2011 programme is available online through the Programme-at-a-Glance
(PAG). Links to abstracts, slide sets with audio, rapporteur reports and e-posters will be added as they are available.
The PAG features topic-focused roadmaps and allows delegates to build and print a personalized itinerary. Abstract Database
Abstracts are available through the Programme-at-a-Glance
. View by day, session type or track, or search by abstract number, presenter or keyword(s). Embargo Policy All
conference abstracts are released to delegates under a strict embargo policy. A detailed breakdown of the embargo variations for different types of abstracts is available here
. Rapporteur Reports
An international team of rapporteurs has prepared summaries of all sessions. Community leaders are also sharing their perspectives. Session reports and daily summaries in each track are available here
The Daily Bulletin
News and information from each day of the conference is available through the Daily Bulletin.
Previous editions of the daily bulletin are available here
Tell Us Your Story
IAS 2011 delegates share their personal experiences
of the conference in Rome.
If you are interested in sharing your experience of IAS 2011, please contact Lindsey Rodger on
IAS 2011 Evaluation Report
Download the IAS 2011 Evaluation Report
IAS 2011 Conference Report
The IAS 2011 Conference Summary Report is now available, click here
to donwload it.
IAS 2011 Carbon Offset
Read about the projects
supported by the donations from IAS 2011 conference delegates to offset their flight carbon emission
General Information Guide
The General Information Guide has useful and practical information and is available here
IAS 2011 Engagement Tours
The Community Advisory Group invites delegates to register for an Engagement Tour, offering the opportunity to see first-hand the work of some innovative Rome-based organizations. More information here
During the conference, free, high-resolution photos for use by the media and others (with appropriate credit) are available here
Rome IAS 2011 related websites
These websites are available in Italian only.