The colloquium PROGRAM is already available (FILE UPDATED in August 13, 2017).

DOWNLOAD THE FILE BY CLICKING HERE.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION – Please, read carefully

a) Concerning the program:

  1. The order of authors in the sessions is alphabetical. The attendees are free to compromise and decide the presentation order.
  2. Paper presenters (professors, researchers) will have a maximum of 15 minutes for their presentations. Respect of this rule will enable 10 additional minutes to answer questions from the public. Session coordinators are advised to be extremely rigorous when controlling the presentations’ duration to warrant equity. Session coordinatiors also must have in mind that all presenters must finish sessions 5 minutes prior to the deadline to ensure that the following session presenters have enough time to prepare their presentations so as to keep punctuality.
  3. Junior presenters (PhD candidates) will have a maximum of 10 minutes for their presentations. Respect of this rule will enable 5 additional minutes to answer questions from the public. Session coordinators are advised to be extremely rigorous when controlling the presentations’ duration to warrant equity. Session coordinatiors also must have in mind that all presenters must finish sessions 5 minutes prior to the deadline to ensure that the following session presenters have enough time to prepare their presentations so as to keep punctuality.
  4. There will be no translation for English speakers.

b) Concerning Proceedings:

Instead of proceedings, the organizers decided to publish a book with the papers, that will be distributed to the attendees.

c) Colloquium rules:

  1. All participants (including co-authors) must register and become Communalis’ members. Please, check information available under the menu “Communalis’Registration”.
  2. People interested in participating at the conference, with right to certificates, must follow the requirements. Please, check information available in the menu “Communalis’ Registration”.
  3. Public primary, secondary and UERJ instructors, as well as lecturers and students interested in the colloquium, can participate conditional to pre-registering and being accepted on a first come, first served basis.

c) Concerning entry in Brazil:
Brazil adopts a reciprocity policy towards what other countries require from its citizens. Canadians must request a visa in the Brazilian consulate, and authorities usually ask for an acceptance letter and address in Brazil.