Registration for the DIAMANT/EIDMA Symposium 26 and 27 November 2009

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 Sunday 1 November. Ultimate deadline for registration is Wednesday 11 November; after this date no further registrations will be processed. Cancelling your registration after submitting the form below costs 50 euro administration cost if you do it before 11 November. After that day, we will have to charge the full due amount.

Full arrangement

The prices below include accommodation, meals (2 lunches, 1 diner, 1 breakfast), coffee breaks, and the conference fee.

Prices full arrangement registration before or on 1 November 2009
registration between 1 and 11 November 2009
for DIAMANT or EIDMA Ph.D. or Master's students 50** euro 100** euro
for other DIAMANT members 80/100* euro 110/130* euro
for other EIDMA members 100/120* euro 130/150* euro
for others 120/140* euro 150/170* 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 1 November.

Customised arrangement

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. Your registration is only definitive after we receive your payment.

Registration form

To register please fill out the following form. The fields marked with * are optional.
First name:
Last name:
*Gender: male female
Street+number (or PO box):
Postal code:
E-mail address:
Telephone number:
Do you want to propose a talk? (Only for Ph.D. students or on invitation.) yes no
Title and abstract:
*Home page:
DIAMANT member: yes no
If so, from the research group of:
EIDMA member: yes no
Which arrangement: full customised
Preferred type of room: single double shared with:
  (We will match those who leave the name field empty, and we strive to accommodate all students in double rooms.)
Dietary wishes
Further comments:
(If you choose the customised arrangement, then please specify when exactly you will arrive and leave and which meals you will have at Het Bosgoed; see the paragraph about the customised arrangement above.)

When you press the `submit' button below, your registration will be sent to the organisers immediately. So please verify carefully the data that you entered above before submitting. Should you encounter any registration problems, then please contact Rianne van Lieshout.

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