The official IPC6 address
IPC6 secretarial office, Palaeontological Research and Education Centre,
Research Group and Laboratory Building, Mahasarakham University, 41/20 Street number 2202, Khamriang, Kantharawichai, Mahasarakham 44150 THAILAND
Tel/Fax: (+66) 043-754-373
Option 1 : Online
Option 2 : Filled-in Form and Submit via E-Mail
Route3: Satun Geopark. Fossiliferous Cambrian to Devonian. Includes Tarutao Island (includes IGCP700; IGCP668 and IGCP735).
Route4: Phuket and Phi Phi islands. Glacimarine Gondwana Permian sediments to post-glacial carbonates (includes IGCP700).
Route6: Ban Tha Chang and Fossil Wood Museum, Nakhon Ratchasima (Khorat). Neogene vertebrates and plants.
Route7: Phetchabun (proposed geopark) Carboniferous to Permian fossiliferous tropical limestones of the Indochina Terrane (includes IGCP700) and Neogene fish.
Route8: Khorat Group Mesozoic vertebrates.
Refund policy IPC6
Due to uncertainties in international travel related to the Covid pandemic, a partial refund policy is in place to allow participants to take advantage of early registration rates with the option to cancel.
For all refunds, a fee of 50% will be deducted from the amount initially paid, corresponding to the international bank transfer fee and administrative fee. Refunds can be issued in the following cases:
- If the meeting is cancelled or postponed in cases of force majeure (including Covid19), registered participants have the choice to keep their registration for the new meeting (in case of postponement) or to be refunded.
- If participants cancel their participation, registration fees will only be refunded if the notice of cancellation is received before 31st March 2022. After 31st March 2022, no refund will be possible even if you do not attend the congress.
The registration fees will not be canceled and refunds will not be issued if the registrant is unable to attend due to travel delays or due to visa application rejection or any other extraordinary circumstances beyond the control of IPC6.
Student and delegate support
The congress organisers are actively seeking sponsors for student support but in the mean-time students should approach their institutions for financial support.
An accompanying program will be organized as visits to local archaeological and cultural sites such as the Khon Kaen National Museum. Khon Kaen is close to the important archaeological site of Phimai Historical Park – a well maintained Khmer Angkorian temple complex built in the 11th to 12th Century CE. Visits will also be arranged to see silk production and traditional Thai arts and crafts.