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  • Call for Session Proposals: 15 February 2023
  • Session Proposal Deadline: 30 April 2023
  • Decision on which symposia will be featured in conference: 14 May 2023
  • Call for Abstracts: 1 August 2023
  • Last day for early-bird payments: 14 October 2023
  • Last day to register a request for on-campus housing: 30 October 2023
  • Abstract Submission Deadline: 31 October 2023
  • Last day for new registrations and payments: 30 November 2023
  • Full Conference Programme Announced: 1 December 2023
  • In-person registration starts: Afternoon of 15 December 2023
  • Third AsiaEvo Conference, Singapore: 16–18 December 2023
  • Optional post-conference excursion day: 19 December 2023


Lecture Halls

  • Talks: All talks will use four main lecture theaters (LT26, LT27, LT28, and LT29) in the Science Campus at NUS (27 Science Drive 1, Singapore 117541). Lecture halls projectors can show slides from a Windows computer at the podium or a speaker’s notebook via an HDMI connection. Lecture halls have camera systems that can be used with Zoom for remote presenters.
  • Posters: The posters will be displayed in the foyer directly outside these lecture theaters, which is a short distance from an eating area with coffee and tea stalls.

Posters should not exceed A1 in size (59.4 x 84.1 cm or 23.4 x 33.1 inches) in portrait orientation. Each poster presenter is allocated one side of one panel.

  • The nearest subway station from the venue is Kent Ridge MRT.
  • Wifi is available on campus using eduroam. Log in using your username as advised by your home institution, typically in the form of “username@domainname” (e.g. john@ox.ac.uk). Additionally, we plan to offer conference-specific wifi access (to be announced). Your device should support IEEE 802.11 a/g/n standards and configured with WPA2-Enterprise authentication and AES data encryption. The legacy WPA/TKIP configuration is not supported.


  • The lecture theaters are located a short distance from the NUS Science Canteen, which offers lots of options for lunch.
  • Since the NUS Science Canteen is closed on weekends, the conference will provide lunches on Saturday and Sunday to registered attendees. Additionally, the conference will provide breakfast on all three days and dinner on the third day.
  • The Conference Dinner will be held in the RC4 Dining Hall
  • The University Town, where some conference participants will be residing, has food courts that provide breakfast, lunch, and dinner. However, these services will be closed on 16 December for a scheduled power outage, so on that day conference participants should seek dinner elsewhere (e.g. Kent Ridge MRT, West Coast Plaza, the shops at the end of Clementi Road, Clementi Mall, etc.)
  • Singapore is famous for its foodie culture. Attendees are encouraged to explore the various food offerings, such as the MICHELIN Guide hawker stalls or the nightlife at Clarke Quay.


  • The campus dormitories are located at University Town, National University of Singapore. University Town features food outlets and residential units. Travel between University Town and the Science Campus can be done by foot or by taking the D2 Buses.
  • Residential services in UTown are generally less expensive than hotels, and includes both single rooms and shared apartments that can accommodate up to six guests. Guests who opt for off-campus hotel accommodation can reach UTown via public buses, taxis, or by way of two MRT stations (Kent Ridge MRT and Dover MRT).
  • More information on housing here.

The central building at UTown with Starbuck on the ground floor:

LT27, as seen from Lower Kent Ridge Road:

An example lecture hall interior:

Map Showing the Location of LT27:


Map Showing LT26, LT27, LT28, LT29 and Foyer:


  • International flights available through Singapore Changi Airport
  • Travel options from Changi Airport:
    • Taxi service (~35 minutes, S$35)
    • MRT Green Line to Buena Vista, Orange Line to Kent Ridge Station, bus D2 (~70 minutes, S$3)
  • Public bus and train services now accept contactless credit cards, cell phones, and watches (e.g. ApplePay with Apple Watch)
    • Swipe a contactless card as you enter the MRT and swipe again on exit
    • Enter a public bus from the front door and swipe your contactless card there
    • Exit a public bus from the rear or middle doors, and swipe before you exit so that you are only charged for the distance travelled