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ISOECOL 2018 - Important dates

  • 15 January 2018 — 15 March 2018: Abstract submission
  • 15 January 2018: online registration opens
  • 7 May 2018: Abstract decisions released
  • 31 May 2018: End of early-bird registration
  • 30 July — 3 August 2018: IsoEcol meeting

Registration Costs (Chilean pesos)

  • Early Bird (before 31 May 2018) regular rate: $225 000
  • Late (after 1 June 2018) regular rate: $300 000
  • Early bird (before 31 May 2018) lower rate : $125 000
  • Late (after 1 June 2018) lower rate: $160 000

Registration will open from 15 January 2018 and will be payable (in Chilean pesos CLP) online with credit card. See for approx. costs in your local currency. Please register here with our partner company 4ID.

We have provided financial support/fellowship for 25 students* to attend the meeting (to cover registration, the confernece dinner and/or help with travel and accommodation).


Lower rate registration fee extends to student*, low-income economy** and unwaged*** delegates.

*Students enrolled on full/part-time degree course (undergraduate, postgraduate) – will need to provide evidence of enrolment on course. Please upload as part of the registration process in PDF format

**Delegates from low- or lower-middle income countries (as defined by the World Bank: see list here).

***Proof of unwaged status required. Please upload in PDF format as part of the registration process.



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IsoEcol 2018 will be held at the Viña del Mar campus of Universidad Andrés Bello. This modern building has first class lecture facilities, is located ca. 1 km from the Pacific Ocean and within walking distance of hotels, restaurants and bars.


We have four exceptional plenary speakers, all of whom are leading mid-career scientists using stable isotopes in different ways to improve our understanding of ecology.

  • Andrew Jackson (Trinity College Dublin)

  • Diane O'Brien (University of Alaska)

  • Pablo Sabat (Universidad de Chile)

  • Tamsin O'Connell (Cambridge University)


    Viña del Mar is located ca. 120 km to the west of Santiago, Chile's capital city. There are regular flights to Santiago Airport (code SCL) from all round the world.

    The trip to Viña del Mar from the airport takes approx. 1.5 hours.

    Viña has a great variety of accommodation available including hostels, b&bs, hotels and AirBnb. See here for climate information.


    IsoEcol 2018 will be the first IsoEcol held in Latin America. Delegates can be assured of a fun time, with plenty of entertainment including a welcome ice-breaker, poster sessions, pub-quiz, a range of organised tours and activities for the Wednesday and a conference dinner/fiesta to remember.