|Delegates and Visitors|| Early Registration
(before September 4th)
|FULL – Associated IEEE or SBMO Society Member||R$ 850.00||R$ 1000.00|
|FULL – Non Member||R$ 1090.00||R$ 1200.00|
|IEEE or SBMO Student Member/Emeritus||R$ 300.00||R$ 300.00|
|Student Non Member||R$ 360.00||R$ 360.00|
|One day attendance||R$ 400.00||R$ 490.00|
|Special Undergraduate-group discount*|
As a reference, R$ 1.00 corresponds approximately to US$ 0.247 and € 0.22, experiencing daily fluctuations. Please consult your credit card administration.
To have the paper published in the conference proceedings and in the IEEE Xplore, at least one of the authors of each paper must have a FULLregistration and the paper must be presented by one of the authors.
Residents in Brazil must pay with banking billet. Non-residents in Brazil must pay with credit card through a paypal account.
Payments via “Nota de Empenho” will be accepted for effective debt settlement until October 16th 2015. For further information, please contact the Finance Chair of IMOC 2015, Prof. Dr. Bruno Oliveira, via e-mail (email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org) or mobile (+55 81 98807 6513 / +55 87 99902 3689).
Full conference registration for associated societies members and non-members includes admission to the Technical Sessions, Conference Proceedings, Coffee Breaks, welcome drinks and Conference Dinner. Associated societies members should provide the society member identification at the registration desk.
Student/emeritus registration are entitle to the same privileges as regular registrants, except the Conference Dinner. Graduate and undergraduate students are required to present valid student identification, when they pick up their registration materials. Post-docs are not considered student. To qualify for emeritus status, members must be fully retired.
* The IMOC 2015 is offering the Special Discounts for undergraduate-student groups composed by 10 or more students:
- R$ 150,00 (until November, 2nd)
- R$ 180,00 (after November, 2nd)
Such participants are entitle to the same privileges as the normal student registrants.
The registration for the Short Courses is part of the conference registration procedure for delegates. Registrants can attend two short courses for free. The courses are limited entry due to the ‘room capacity’.