The registration fees and options for CBMS 2014 are shown below. All prices are in USD. Delegates must register for the conference through the online registration form (available soon). Please note that authors of accepted papers must register by March 27th to be included in the Conference Proceedings. Early registration fees will be applicable until April 7, 2014.
|IEEE Member Fee||$600|
|Student IEEE Member Fee||$360|
|Student Non-Member Fee||$600|
|Second Paper / Author||$360|
|IEEE Life Member Fee||$360|
|IEEE Member Fee||$500|
|Student IEEE Member Fee||$300|
|Student Non-Member Fee||$500|
|Second Paper / Author Fee||$300|
|IEEE Life Member Fee||$300|
The fees for regular participants cover symposium proceedings and the participation in all symposium sessions, symposium materials, coffee breaks, luncheons, and welcome kit.
At least one author of each accepted paper must pay a full or student registration fee by March 27th for that paper to appear in the proceedings. If the author has more than one paper, full or student registration fee has to be paid for each paper, but if the paper is to be presented by the same author, the author can register the additional paper at a reduced fee.
Second author registration can be selected only if a full or student registration has been paid by another author for the corresponding paper. The student rate applies to full-time students only. Student participants are requested to enclose a declaration of their status signed by their institution.
The social event will include a reception on the first day, the symposium dinner and a cruise on a private yacht. An additional fee during registration is required to participate in the dinner cruise. If you only plan to attend and are not submitting a paper, pre-registration is still strongly encouraged.
Letter of Invitation
If you require a letter of invitation for travel purposes, please contact us at email@example.com and request this as soon as possible. For legal reasons, please ensure that we receive this either from a verifiable academic or corporate email address, or on your organization’s letterhead.