People interested in being considered for the Juan Ramón Cuadrado Young Researcher’s Prize should indicate it explicitly when they submit their papers.
The deadline for the paper submission is September, 22.
All unpublished papers written by researchers of an age under 33 years (on the dates of the congress) may be eligible for the Prize. It should be noticed that the co-authors of the paper must also meet the age requirement mentioned before in order to consider the paper for the prize.
The Organization begs the interested participants to send a signed letter of intent before September 22 stating explicitly the unpublished status of the paper and the age of each and every one of its co-authors.
Papers considered for the Prize must be presented within one of the ordinary sessions of the XLVI Reunión de Estudios Regionales.
The jury that will award the Prize will be the Scientific Committee of the XLVI Reunión de Estudios Regionales. Jury decisions cannot be contested. The jury may decide not to award any Prize. Co-authors of the awarded paper will receive an accreditation and a gift. The Prize will be granted during the XLVI Reunión de Estudios Regionales, and it will be announced during the Gala Dinner.