Registration for the DIAMANT/EIDMA symposium 29 and 30 May 2008
You can choose between a full arrangement and a customised arrangement.
There is partial support for DIAMANT members and limited support
for EIDMA members. Deadline for early registration is Friday 2 May. Ultimate deadline for registration is Monday 19 May;
after this date no further registrations will be processed.
The prices below include accommodation, meals (2 lunches, 1 diner, 1
breakfast), coffee breaks, and the conference fee. We encourage early
|Prices full arrangement
|| registration before or on 2 May 2008
|| registration between 2 and 19 May 2008
| for DIAMANT or EIDMA Ph.D. or Master's students
|| 60** euro
|| 120** euro
| for other DIAMANT members
|| 120/150* euro
| for other EIDMA members
|| 170/200* euro
| for others
|| 200/230* euro
*:the low fee is based on a double room, the high fee on a single room.
**:Master's and Ph.D. students will always
be partitioned into
pairs that share a room. DIAMANT and EIDMA students pay a special low
price if they register before 2 May.
If you do not want a full arrangement, then please indicate on the form below
exactly which mornings/afternoons you will attend, and which meals and
accommodation you need; we will let you know the fee.
Upon registration you will receive a confirmation e-mail with details on how to pay by bank transfer. However, due to holiday leave, no confirmation mails will be sent between 28 april and 9 may
To register please fill out the following form. The fields marked with *
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