|Full Conference Registration||Advanced: Before May 31||Regular & Onsite: After May 31|
|IEEE Student Members, IEEE Life Members, & Retirees||$350.00|
Other Registration Options
|Advanced, Regular, & Onsite|
Before May 31
|Regular & Onsite:
After May 31
Additional Items for Purchase
|Banquet ticket - not included in registration||$100.00|
|Monday Lunch Ticket - not included in registration||$20.00|
|Tuesday Lunch Ticket - not included in registration||$20.00|
|Thursday Lunch Ticket - not included in registration||$20.00|
|Additional reception ticket - 1 included in registration||$70.00|
What is included in the Registration Fee:
Access to all technical session, coffee breaks, Welcome Reception, and Wednesday lunch.
The Conference Dinner, Monday Lunch, Tuesday Lunch, and Thursday Lunch must be purchased as optional items during the registration process if you are interested in these events. These are NOT included in the registration fee. Lunches have been subsidized heavily by the conference.
An accepted abstract will be published in the abstract booklet only if registration payment is received and processed by May 31, 2019. In the case no appropriate registration has been received and correctly processed to cover an abstract's publication, the conference organizers will contact the authors before the abstract is removed from the proceedings.
*To qualify for member rates, the membership number must be provided in the registration form.
*The deadline to request a refund is June 30, 2019.
*Please be sure to make your hotel reservations early to ensure availability.
Student Welcome Reception
Date: Sunday, July 14th
Location: EPFL BC Cafétéria
On Sunday 14th July, join us from 7pm to 9pm for a free drink and food at the rooftop terrace of EPFL’s BC Cafétéria and get to know your peers in the international ferroelectrics community! This informal event will be an excellent way to network with fellow participants after a hard day of learning at the conference Tutorials. No registration is required. We look forward to welcoming you to Lausanne and enjoying the mountain view together!
Date: Monday, July 15th
Location: SwissTech Convention Center
Speed Networking Pitch
Date: Tuesday, July 16th
Location: Swiss Tech Convention Center, Room 2BC
The Speed Networking Pitch event, on Tuesday 16th July from 6.00pm to 8.00pm, will be an opportunity for students to present themselves to future employers and the research community. Search for a graduate position or your newest team member, and expand your professional network! Two individual juries of either leading academic or industry representatives will selected their winner. Bring a single slide and show everyone your most interesting results in 60 seconds!
The first hour of this networking event will be composed of student pitches of 60 seconds in length (maximum of 40 student participants) followed by an informal networking session, with finger food and snacks provided. The prizes of the Student Speed Pitch competition will be awarded at the Conference Dinner on Thursday 18th.
Get your slides ready and register before Sunday 30th June.
Date: Thursday, July 18th
Location: SwissTech Convention Center
The Gala Dinner event, on Thursday, July 18th from 7:00pm to 9:00pm will be accompanied by traditional Swiss Alphorn players and will serve as a fantastic networking opportunity on the penultimate day of the conference.
Registration Problems & Further Information
Do you have any special needs, disabilities, and/or dietary restrictions that we may address to make your participation more enjoyable? Please contact the Conference Manager so we can add this information to your registration record.
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