Registration

Please note that the effective date of your Conference registration is the date we receive your payment and not the receipt of the registration. Once the full payment reaches the technical support staff, a letter of confirmation will be sent to your email address. 

Letters of invitation: the technical support staff will be pleased to send a letter of invitation to individual scientists. If you require a letter of invitation, please contact us. Invitations of this kind are intended to assist potential delegates to raise their travel funds or obtain visas. They do not imply any commitment or responsibility on behalf of the Conference to provide financial support such as travel/health insurance. Delegates requesting a letter of invitation for visa entry must be registered and pay in advance.

You will receive a personalized badge when collecting your registration documents. During the Conference, this badge must be clearly visible at all times and will grant you access to the Scientific Sessions and Poster area. 

Terms of payment: The total amount should be paid in EURO (payments in other currencies will not be accepted) by one of the two following procedures: Payment by credit card: Only Visa or Eurocard/Mastercard will be accepted. If you would like to pay by bank transfer, please contact us.  Bank fees will be charged to the participant.

Cancellation policy: Cancellations received before September 30, 2024 are subject to an administrative charge of €50. No refunds will be awarded on cancellations received after that date. Refund requests should be submitted to the technical support staff (please contact us)

Category Registration fee
Early career* High Income Country (HIC**) 150€
Early career* Upper/Lower Middle or Low Income Country  (ULMIC**) 50€
Not early career 180€

*Early Career is broken up into the following 3 phases. Researchers of any nationality are eligible for all categories. Researchers are encouraged to self-identify the category to which they are best suited; year ranges provided are simply for estimates. Eligibility for any category can be extended for reasons such as parental leave, illness, national service, financial hardship, natural disasters, or asylum.

**HMIC/ULMIC: A distinction will be made between high income countries and low-middle (inclusive of upper middle income) countries as indicated using guidelines form the World Bank Group.

1) Early Career Researcher: Student Phase

  • Students in any year working towards the completion of a PhD or relevant terminal degree (includes MS students).
  • Research activities rely on the mentorship and direction of professors, doctoral research advisors, thesis committee members, etc.
  • Focused on completing their degree and identifying post-graduation work opportunities.

2) Early Career Researcher: Starting Phase

  • Approximately 0 – 5 years of work experience since completion of PhD or relevant terminal degree.
  • Job titles may include post-doctoral researchers, new assistant professors, new fellows and research personnel, etc.
  • Research activities may be conducted independently and/or rely on scientific direction of mentors or supervisors.
  • Focused on establishing a scientific track record, and on transitioning from a traineeship role to an independent role.

3) Early Career Researcher: Synthesis Phase

  • Approximately 6 – 10 years of work experience since completion of PhD or relevant terminal degree.
  • Job titles may include assistant professors, new associate professors, established fellows and research personnel, etc.
  • Research activities may be conducted independently or collaboratively. Scientific direction of mentors and supervisors is minimal.
  • Focused on transition to a mid-career research role, an entry leadership role, or establishing another type of long-term independent scientific role.