Registrations are open
Registrations will be done online through www.easyconferences.org. Participants may pay instantly using their credit card (VISA/MASTERCARD), or they may choose to pay through the bank. A one-stop-shop software is used for the whole registration process, www.easyconferences.org. The whole process is very easy to use, secure, and can be completed in a few minutes.
Please note that the software provides participants with the possibility to complete the registration process in steps/periodically; participants may register for the conference and return later to book further services (subject to availability). The system will accept unlimited changes/updates up to the closing of the online registration process before the start of the conference.
- Create an "easyconferences" account through www.easyconferences.org
- Activate your account by clicking on the activation link sent into your email account
- Log into www.easyconferences.org/aiai2019/register and create your registration order form
- Settle securely your order through the online credit card payment method
|Early registration by|
24th of March, 2019
|Late registration from|
25th of March, 2019
|IFIP Member||€ 470.00||€ 520.00|
|Non-IFIP Member||€ 520.00||€ 570.00|
|Student **||€ 360.00||€ 410.00|
|Student IFIP Member **||€ 320.00||€ 370.00|
|Additional Paper Fee *||€ 380 per paper|
** According to the conference policy, at least one NON-student registration for each accepted paper should be made in time (by the 24th of March 2019) for inclusion of the paper in the SPRINGER proceedings.
This means that a student will pay the reduced registration fee if at least a full registration is paid for his/her paper).
Registration fees include: access to the conference sessions, conference material, conference proceedings, daily coffee breaks, Welcome Reception and Gala Dinner
Over-length Fee: 80 Euros per page. Full papers are allocated 12 pages (so the 13th page is the first over-length page), while short papers are allocated 8 pages (so the 9th page is the first over-length page).