The official language of the Conference are Farsi and English. Simultaneous translation from Farsi to English will be provided for foreign participants on the opening and closing sessions.
Islamic Republic of Iran is issuing electronic visa and visa on arrival at the selected airports for the citizens of many countries. For more information and check the eligibility please check the IMOFA website.
Based on mutual agreement within the framework of international rules and regulations, citizens of some countries are exempt from applying for a visa to enter Iran. They include the citizens of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Georgia, Armenia, Venezuela, Egypt and Malaysia. Citizens of these countries are required to fill in the relevant form at entry points upon arrival in Iran.
To be safe, the organizing committee will make necessary arrangements for getting reference visa numbers from the Iranian ministry of foreign affairs for those participants who need travel visa to Iran.
Letter of Invitation
ICSCI organizers will only issue a Letter of Invitation to the following verified conference participants:
- Conference Speakers
- Conference Attendees
All conference attendees who seek a Letter of Invitation must first register for the conference before a Letter of Invitation will be issued. Letters of Invitation will be emailed as a PDF document.
All requests for a Letter of Invitation must be emailed to email@example.com.
No exceptions to this policy will be made.
Iran has Mediterranean climate characterized by long, hot, dry summers and short, cool winters. The climate is influenced by Iran's location between the subtropical aridity of the Arabian Desert areas and the subtropical humidity of the eastern Mediterranean area. In the northwest, winters are cold with heavy snowfall and subfreezing temperatures during December and January. Spring and fall are relatively mild, while summers are dry and hot. January is the coldest month, with temperatures from 5°C to 10°C, and June is the hottest month at 20°C to 30°C or more.
In most of the areas, summers are warm to hot with virtually continuous sunshine, but high humidity on the Northern and southern coastal areas of the Caspian Sea and Persian Gulf, respectively. About 70 percent of the average rainfall in the country falls between November and March; June through August are often rainless. Rainfall varies from season to season and from year to year. A small area along the Caspian coast has a very different climate, here rainfall is heaviest from late summer to mid winter but falls in general throughout the year.
You can check the actual weather condition in Iran on the website www.weather.com
Vaccinations are not required to enter the Iran. An individual travel and health insurance is recommended.
The organizers can accept no liability for personal injuries or for loss or damage to property belonging to the meeting participants, either during or as a result of the event. Participants are advised to take out proper travel and health insurance before departing from their home country.
Iran uses a 220 volt 50Hz system, wall sockets have the European standard and plugs are two-prong grounded (type F) and ungrounded (type C).
Iran is located in Asia in the Middle East region – Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) plus 03:30 hour. From March 20 to 22 September is summer time, i.e. GMT + 04:30 hours.
Currency and Exchange Rates
The official currency of the Islamic Republic of Iran is the Iranian Rial (IRR= ).
Iranians commonly express amounts of money and prices of goods in "Tomans." For this purpose, one "Toman" equals 10 Rials. Despite this usage, amounts of money and prices of goods are virtually always written in Rials.
International credit cards are not accepted for payment in most hotels, restaurants and shops.
Exchange offices are easily available throughout the city and at the International Airport.
You can find the official exchange rates on the website of the Bank Melli Iran.