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How do I get to Buenos Aires city center from Ezeiza airport? 

Taxis: The most comfortable option is to take a private car. There are two types of taxis you can take when landing.  The first is one that there is an official Ezezia Taxi stand just to the left as you exit customs-they speak English at the desk. A taxi from the airport to the Buenos Aires city center costs around $30 to $35. They accept credit cards and pesos if you have them. You prepay at the desk and then a driver/helper takes you out to the car. Tips are of course at your discretion. The second type of taxi is one that you take once you are outside. Both are really good options. In the city, there are plenty of private cars that offer the service at a fixed price.

Tienda León: It’s a private company that offers transfers and shuttle buses to airports. It has a central station in Retiro (downtown). The service can be combined with a car if you want them to pick you up at the hotel. You can pay at the station with cash or credit card. It works 24 hours and has buses every 30 minutes. Here you can see the prices.

Uber: UBER may not be the best choice from the airport to the city center at this time. There is still on-going conflict between Uber and taxi drivers, and you as a passenger may get drawn in.

Warning: There is another option that we would never suggest; it is to book a ride from some guys that offer you a ride when you are walking towards the terminal exit.  Those might be a problem. we have no proof, but I just avoid those.

Where do I get my badge? 

The Registration Desk will be located in the Foyer and hours are:

Monday 20th May: 14.30 - 20.30

Tuesday 21st May: 08.00 - 13.00

Wednesday 22nd May: 08.00 - 16.45

Thursday 23rd May: Closed

How long is the oral presentation?

You can prepare a maximum of 15-minute presentation and the remaining minutes will be used for question and answer. There is no limit to the number of PowerPoints slides as long as you are within the time limits. Typically, the presentations carry 8-10 slides.

What is the dress code?

Conference attire is "smart" casual for all events, including the evening events. We do recommend bringing a sweater or light jacket with you since personal preferences vary regarding room temperature.

What meals will be served at the conference?

There will be morning and afternoon refreshment breaks for full-day sessions, and lunch will be provided for full-day sessions or where expressly indicated.​

May I present a different paper than the one indicated in my submission?

No. Your paper was judged and accepted on the merits of the submission. You cannot substitute something different after your submission has been accepted.

If I cannot attend the conference may I present my paper via Skype?

No. Our policy requires that the paper author must have registered and be present at the conference to give her/his paper. The paper cannot be delivered by another person and it cannot be presented via Skype.

What is the presentation equipment in a meeting room?

Presentation rooms will be equipped with a laptop and projector for PowerPoint presentations. Please bring your presentation on a flash drive (USB drive).

Can I present a paper in a language other than English?

No. All papers must be presented in English.

How is Public Transportation in Buenos Aires?

Relatively very good and safe. Here are links for different transportation options:

Commuter Rail
Long Distance Passenger Services

THINGS TO DO IN BUENOS AIRES (apart from the great sessions!)

Tour Information:

Buenos Aires City Tour with Lunch at Puerto Madero

Half Day Buenos Aires City Bus Tour


Buenos Aires City Walking Tour - Shared


Fiesta Gaucha in Santa Susana


Gaucho Day Trip to Santa Susana Ranch


River and Boca stadiums Tour




All participants must have a valid passport and/or an appropriate travel document to enter Argentina. Some participants may also require a visa. Visas are the responsibility of individual delegates and must be obtained before traveling to Argentina.


If you require a visa, it is strongly recommended that you apply at least three months in advance to ensure you receive your visa in time for travel. To obtain a visa application form, please check with your local Argentine Consulate or Embassy:


People from the following countries DO NOT require a VISA to enter Argentina:


A. Up To 90 (Ninety) Days:

Andorra, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Chile, Cyprus, Denmark, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong (With Passport R.A.E.H.K.), Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea Republic, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Montenegro, Nicaragua, Norway, New Zealand, Netherlands, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Saint Kitts And Nevis, San Marino, Santa Lucia, Saint Vincent And The Grenadines, Serbia, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Suriname; Switzerland, Thailand, Trinidad And Tobago, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United States Of America, Uruguay, Vatican City.


B. Up To 60 (Sixty) Days:



C. Up To 30 (Thirty) Days:

Grenada; Hong Kong (with British Passport B.N.O.); Jamaica; Republic of Kazakhstan and Malaysia.


If your country is not listed here, you require a VISA to enter Argentina.

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