Registration Zurich 2018

 Registration for IPEG Meeting 2018 in Zurich from 21st to 25th November

 

 

Click here for download of the registration file (right click and download, opening in a browser with left click will not work properly for some browsers).

 

Please send your registration via e-mail to "conference@ipeg-society.org"
After registration, you will receive a confirmation and an invoice via e-mail. 

 

The fees for registration for the IPEG Meeting 2018 in Zurich are as follows:

 

Students:                                                         275€ (early bird until July 31st: 230€)

 

IPEG-Members:                                                385€ (early bird until July 31st: 340€)

 

Normal Ticket for Non-Members:                        480€ (early bird until July 31st: 430€)

 

 

Conference Dinner: 

 

per person:                                                       60 €

 

 

EEG-Workshop:

 

Students:                                                           50 €

 

Non-IPEG Members                                             80 €

 

IPEG-Members:                                                  free

 

 MAIL THE REGISTRATION FORM TO: "conference@ipeg-society.org"

In case of early bird registration, we will apply the "early bird rate" although otherwise stated in the registration form.

 

 

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