- I filled out the form. What happens next?
- Can I present my talk in English?
- Can you organize a one-day workshop for me instead of a one-hour talk?
- In what fields, do you organize seminars?
- Who are the audience of my talk? How general should my talk be?
- Is there a video-projector in the lecture hall?
- Do you pay for my flight to Iran?
We contact you in two days and let you know if we can organize your talk. In some cases, we are unable to arrange a talk for you, i.g. your trip coincides with holidays or exam time in Iran. If we decide to organize your talk, we will confirm your host and ask you to send us the abstract of your talk, your biography and your preferred days for the presentation. After we get these information, we connect you with the local organizer to arrange other details.
If you know how to speak Persian, we suggest that you present your talk in Persian. The audience, many of them undergraduate students, would learn more from your talk, if you present it in Persian. Your presentation slides can be prepared in English though.
Yes, however organizing a workshop requires more arrangements and therefore you should contact us well in advance. We also expect you to have a Ph.D. degree, preferably be a faculty member.
Our expertise is in Engineering, Physical Sciences and Mathematics. However, we have organized seminars in other fields too. If your research area is not in the above fields, contact us directly to see what we can do for you.
It depends. You should check that with the local organizer. However, if we are organizing your talk in a university, your audience will likely include many undergraduate students. Therefore we suggest your talk to be very general. A presentation you have prepared for a conference is not usually suitable for your talk in Iran.
Yes, unless we inform you otherwise.
No, we do not have financial resources to pay for your flight.