Frequently Asked Questions
Due to Saudi visa requirements, we can accept out-of-Kingdom attendees only in highly exceptional cases. In-Kingdom attendees are highly encouraged to register. However, they will have to cover their own costs and travel arrangements.
You can register or unregister:(1) Filling in the form on our website under the tab “Registration” or(2) by sending an email to email@example.com or (3) in person, before a session starts.
KAUST Research Conference: Artificial Intelligence in Medicine will take place in King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), in the Engineering Science Hall (Building 9) Level 2, Lecture Hall 2.
Presenting at the conference is by invitation only, except for a limited number of Ph.D. students whose poster session applications are accepted.
Deadline for internal submissions is on January 31, 2019. This is open to all KAUST students with research relevant to the conference title (Artificial Intelligence in Medicine). Submit your poster online filling in the form on our website under the tab "Poster".
- Poster should be sent in PDF format, portrait layout and A0 size (841mm x 1189mm or 33.11" x 46.81").- Authors are expected to be by their posters during the poster session to answer questions from judges and attendees.- Participants are responsible for removing and collecting their poster after the conference. Unclaimed posters will be discarded.
Yes, KAUST Library is open 24 hours and offers workstations and a quiet space for work and study. Wi-Fi is also accessible everywhere on the KAUST campus.
February at KAUST will be warm and likely pleasantly breezy. Smart casual attire is required at the conference. Women do not have to wear an abaya but should be dressed in conservative clothing (neck, arms and legs covered with loosely fitted clothing).
Many recreation options are available at KAUST. To find out more, visit this link: https://www.kaust.edu.sa/en/live-work/recreation-and-marine-services