Making presentation only (poster or oral). You need to submit the abstract of your paper to us before submission deadline. The conference committee will perform a brief review. Then you'll be granted the chance to present your paper if it passes the review.
Normal participants: 380 USD
Student participants: 350 USD
Committee participants: 320 USD
Group registration: please mail email@example.com
One day visit: 100 USD
After you received the formal notification letter, you can follow
steps below to finish registration.
* Download Registration form here
* Fill the form and make payment.
* Send form to mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
* The conference secretary will feed you back with registration confirmation
* For another payment methods (bank transfer or pay pal account), please mail email@example.com
* Admission to all sessions
* 15 minutes (Including Q&A) for presentation
* Certificate, Name tag, Conference bag, Souvenir
* Lunches, coffee breaks and Dinner
* Conference Schedule/Abstracts
Any questions, please mail firstname.lastname@example.org
If a registrant is unable to attend an event for any reason, they may substitute, by arrangement with the registrar, someone else of Co-authors or from the same institute/organization. Written requests for cancellations must be sent to Conference Secretary.
|Time||How much will be charged|
|Three months before the conference||30 USD will be charged|
|Two months before the conference||30% of payment will be charged|
|One months before the conference||50% of payment will be charged|
|Less than one month before the conference||NO REFUND|
* Personal Reason
In the event that the conference cannot be attended due to "personal reasons", the conference committees will not bear any responsibility, refund or pay any compensation. Such as travel difficulties, visa issues, health issues, financial issues, etc.
* Force Majeure
If the conference is prevented or affected due to "force majeure" circumstances, the conference committees will not bear any responsibility, refund or pay any compensation.
Situations that constitute "force majeure" include any event that we cannot foresee or avoid, even if we take all appropriate precautions. Such situations include fire, flood, explosion, storm or other weather damage, break-in, criminal damage, riot or civil disturbance, industrial behavior, natural or nuclear disaster, fire, adverse weather conditions, war or threat of war, actual or threat of terror Activities, epidemics and all similar situations beyond our control.