The AIB 2017 meeting will be held at the JW Marriott Marquis in Dubai, United Arab Emirates on July 2-5, 2017.
The Qatar Situation and AIB Conference
On June 5, UAE and several other Middle Eastern countries have severed all air, land and sea links with Qatar. If your flight to AIB 2017 was with Qatar Airways, or if you were flying through Qatar (most likely Doha) with another airline, your flight has probably been grounded. If you are a Qatari citizen, you may be unable to enter UAE. The situation is currently very fluid and is likely to change significantly in the next few days. Please monitor the news outlets and the Qatar Airways travel alerts page for updates. Please check with your travel agent or your airline to make sure your flights are not interrupted.
=> Community Engagement @ Dubai
We are pleased to offer three unique opportunities on July 2nd for our participants to gain first-hand experience in Dubai. Please visit the Community Engagement page for more information and to sign up.
=> AIB 2017 Schedule of Sessions
The final detailed program is now available. Chairs and participants can also now download copies of the manuscripts being presented at their session (login required).
=> Participant Instructions
Instructions and Tips for Chairs, Presenters, and Panelists are now available.
=> Research Methods Clinics
The Research Methods SIG is once again offering Research Methods Clinics at AIB 2017 Dubai. Space is limited, so please sign up now.
=> Placement Center
The Placement Center is now open for institutions and members on the job market.
=> Sightseeing Tours
You can now plan for and reserve your place in the various sightseeing tours in and around Dubai. Please visit the Limitless Events site for information about the available tours. The booking form is available to download on the right column of the page. We will soon also announce our Community Engagement site visits that will take place on July 2.
About the 2017 Logo
The AIB 2017 Dubai logo was developed through a student competition. The winning design belongs to Mouza AlHamrani, a student of Zayed University.