March 21, 2021 at 7:00AM
- March 26, 2021 at 1:00PM
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We’re excited to announce that the MIT SCALE Latin America Conference will be held virtually in 2021. Now, you can join from anywhere in the world to review over 100 presentations from top academics from across Latin America and the Caribbean and participate in three keynote virtual plenary sessions. Register here (at Eventbrite).

The MIT Latin American SCALE Network is an alliance of leading-edge research, education, and outreach organizations dedicated to the development and dissemination of innovative supply chain and logistics research in Latin America. The network helps companies, governments, and organizations to compete in an increasingly complex business environment and engage academia, students, and partners to collaborate on projects that have an in-depth economic, societal, and environmental impact. 

As part of the mission of the SCALE Latin America Network, we invite you to participate in the 2020-2021 MIT SCALE Latin America Conference to be hosted remotely on March 21-26, 2021. Organized by the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics (CTL) in collaboration with the Center for Latin-American Logistics Innovation (CLI). The main goal of the conference is to provide a forum for sharing high-impact educational and research in logistics and supply chain management relevant to Latin America. 

For more detailed information on SCALE LatAm, please visit the official conference webpage.

Tickets:

Before 22 Feb 2021

  • Earlybird Student registration fee: US$50*
  • Earlybird Regular fee: US$100* 

After 22 Feb 2021 - Standard registration fee: $150*

* To accommodate registration ease and accessibility, ticketing fees will be added.Fee schedule: $54.67 ($50+$4.67), $107.72 ($100+$7.72), $160.76 ($150+$10.76). 

Due to United States global export regulations all registrations will be screened to ensure registrants comply with these regulations. See the complete statement below for more information.


Purchase your tickets now.

 

International restrictions

United States export control regulations prohibit U.S. entities, such as MIT, from offering services to users in specific sanctioned regions. In order to comply with these regulations, MIT CTL does not allow users in certain countries or regions to access our courses, including certain degree program content. These countries or regions may include Iran, Sudan, Crimea, Cuba, Syria, North Korea, and are subject to change depending on U.S. export control regulations. More information about the sanctions programs administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control ("OFAC") of the US Department of the Treasury is available at https://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/sanctions/pages/default.aspx.  

Additionally, VOIP/Zoom may be unavailable in certain regions, including the UAE. Depending on your exact location, you may encounter a payment purchase block when attempting to register for a course.

We value our global community of students and regret the need to impose any restriction on access to our courses. You will be notified by MIT CTL staff should your registration be restricted.