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Abstract submission: 10 January 2023
Registration deadline for in-person participants:   15 January 2023
Deadline for payment of the registration fee (only in-person participants)  26 January 2023 
Registration deadline for on-line participants: 31 January 2023

There will be a registration fee of 150 Euros for in-person participants (80 Euros for students).

We have a limited budget to support (early career) participants without funding, please contact for more information.

There is no registration fee for remote participants.

The registration fee is payable through the ESO shop via credit card.

Please note that we CANNOT accept payments during the workshop.

For cancellations please contact, the registration fee will be automatically refunded in full if cancelled before the start of the conference.

The fields marked with '*' are mandatory and need to be filled in!

By filling out this form, you register to attend the ESO conference Peer Review Under Review (PRUR), from 6 to 10 February 2023. For ESO to organise the conference, a set of personal data is required from each participant. Your personal data shall be processed only for the purposes of the conference organisation and shall not be used for any other purpose. In particular, ESO does not sell or make available in other ways personal data for commercial purposes. Your data shall be kept as long as necessary for the conference organisation and shall be deleted afterwards.

The following data is collected for statistical purposes and shall be processed in an anonymised way.

 Your home institute or affiliation*

 If you have multiple affiliations, choose the one most relevant to PRUR.

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I wish to present an online poster

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Breakout sessions: Please indicate whether you woud be interested in one or more of the following topics

1. Should reviewers receive compensation for their services or should it be considered as part of our duties to the community?

2. What private data can we collect and use? Do limitations in this direction pose restrictions to the review process?

3. What do we expect as an outcome of a review process? Is the expert review ideal? Are there advantages of diverse reviewers or outside-field reviewers?

4. What is the goal of Peer-review? 

5. There are numerous biases affecting the review process: regional, language, gender,... Can we mitigate their effect in the review process?

6. Important aspect of peer review is feedback from the reviewers to the applicants. How useful is this feedback? Can it be improved?

7. What is the effect of the discussion phase during peer-view within the panel? Does in-person or online discussion make a difference?

8. What are the effects of double-blind peer review and how is it perceived in the community?

9. Something else?

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The conference dinner cost is to be supported by the participant. More details regarding the dinner venue will be given in due time.

 I agree that ESO processes the above data for the purpose of organising the workshop.

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Note: For childcare support and assistance, please contact the local organisers.