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Brunel University

Brunel University

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

 

Full participation and student registration includes access to exhibition hall, scientific sessions, coffee breaks, lunches and the conference dinner.
Exhibition registration includes a full registration ticket and app. 4m² space.

Accompanying persons may register for the conference dinner.

Early bird (before 1 July extended to 10 July 2011)
after
Full Fees (3 days)
350
400
Full Fees (1 day)
£175
£200
Students*
250
300
Conference Dinner for Accompanying
Guests
£50

£50

Exhibitors
£300
£400

* A student certificate is required

Cancellation Policy:
If you must cancel, the registration fees less a 50 administrative charge will be refunded upon receipt of a written request by 1 August 2011.

For details how to register and who to approach, please contact:
Beatriz Lopez
School of Engineering and Design
Brunel University
Uxbridge UB8 3PH
Tel: ++44(0)1895 267120
Fax: ++44(0)1895 256392
Email: beatriz.lopez@brunel.ac.uk

Visa information for non-EU/EEA nationals who will be coming to the conference:

Many visitors to Greece will not need to obtain a visa for visits to Greece of up to 90 days. This includes citizens of all other European Union countries, Canada, Australia, Japan, and the United States.
Looking for information on the Visa Waiver Program for Greeks travelling to the United States? VWP/ESTA Instructions
These days, as security arrangements change rapidly, visa requirements can also change. Please verify your needs directly with the local Greek consulate in your nation of origin. If you're flying directly to Greece, your airline may also be able to tell you if a visa is required, but it is best to verify visa requirements for Greece with the Greek embassy or consulate in your country. This list from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Greece gives additional information, but please be aware that no website, however official, may be perfectly up to date. Double-check directly if you have any doubts.

A reception at the Aristotelis I room of Makedonia Place Hotel on the evening of the 21st August 2011. Further details will follow.

 
         
         
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