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May 28, at 24:00 GMT. These are the new date and time for submitting papers for the TICAL2019 Conference and the 3rd Latin American e-Science Meeting. The extension of the deadline (originally May 20), will enable more researchers and academics to send their proposals and participate in the event, which will take place between September 2 and 4, 2019, at the Cancún International Convention Center (CancunICC), in Cancún, Mexico. Registrations are already open, with discounts for those who register until August 9.

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What does TICAL look for in its call for papers? And what factors will be taken into account when evaluating papers? To answer these and other questions, the Program Committee of the TICAL2019 Conference and the 3rd Latin American e-Science Meeting will held, on Monday, May 13, at 4:00 pm (Chile time, GMT -4) the Virtual Information Day on the calls of the two events , which will take place between September 2 and 4 in Cancun, Mexico.

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The TICAL2019 Conference and the 3rd Latin American e-Science Meeting announced this Monday, April 29, the first two international speaker who will share their experiences with the Latin American ICT community. They are the Dutch Klaas Wierenga, Chief Community Support Officer at GÉANT​, and the Canadian Jim Ghadbane, President and CEO of the Canadian academic network CANARIE.