Registration for the DIAMANT Symposium 30 November and 1 December 2017
You can choose between a full arrangement and a customised arrangement. There is full support for DIAMANT members. The price of a full arrangement for non-Diamant members is 100 Euro. Deadline for registration is 19 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 19 November. After that day, we will have to charge the full due amount.
This includes accommodation, meals (2 lunches, 1 dinner, 1 breakfast), coffee breaks, and the conference fee. By default, DIAMANT Ph.D. and Master students will be sharing a double room. In the registration form below it is possible to indicate a preferred roommate.
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.
Payment (non-Diamant members)
You will receive instructions on payment via the confirmation email that will be sent to you after filling out the registration form.
To register please fill out the following form. The fields marked with * are mandatory.
Mathematics cluster DIAMANT
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