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IMPORTANT NOTE: As of September 1st, the conference fees do not include the private visit of Le Mont Saint-Michel abbey and the gala dinner anymore. Social event tickets for accompanying persons are not sold anymore either.

 

At least one author of each accepted paper must be registered for the conference to ensure that the paper is included in the conference program and the proceedings.
Student registration can cover only up to one paper.
Regular registration can cover up to three papers.
The deadline for author registration is July 15th, 2010. Papers that do not have an associated registered author by this date will not be included in the proceedings.

REGISTRATION FEES (VAT 19,6% included)

Conference fees include: admission to the sessions, electronic proceedings published par Springer-Verlag, coffee breaks, the welcome reception on Monday, September 27th, the private visit of Le Mont Saint-Michel abbey and the gala dinner on Wednesday, September 29th.

Conference fees do not include lunches.

 

FEESUntil July 15thFrom July 16th
Standard400€550€
Student*300€450€


* Student Registration requires a written letter on university letterhead, with the statement that the registered person is a full-time Ph.D. student at the time of the conference, to be signed by the university professor who is acting as the student's advisor. This letter should be sent to the LVA 2010 Secretariat (lva2010 AT inria DOT fr), with a scanned PDF email attachment.
 

Social event for accompanying person(s):

Private visit of the Mont-St-Michal abbey abd gala dinner.       75€       

 

HOW TO REGISTER

You can use either:


CANCELLATION POLICY

Only written cancellation will be taken into account. At least, one author per paper should remain registered.
Please note that a cancellation fee / administrative charge of 100 € will be retained for any cancellation received before September 7, 2010. No refund will be processed after this date
 

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