The registration and hotel booking website is now open. All registrations must be done on this website before october 18, it will not be possible to register directly at the conference venue.
IDA aims at being an accessible symposium by keeping the registration fees low. Moreover, it traditionally encourages students to participate in the symposium and therefore offers special students rates.
For questions regarding registration, contact email@example.com.
Note: formal invitation letters to the symposium will be sent only to people whose work has been accepted for presentation at the conference, and only on explicit request.
|Early (before or on 14 Sept)||Late|
|Student rate*||€ 280||€ 400|
|Full rate||€ 440||€ 540|
* To be eligible for the strongly reduced student rate, students (BSc / MSc / PhD) need to bring a proof of being student to IDA and show it at the welcome desk.
The registration fees include :
- all sessions
- coffee breaks
- lunches on Thursday 22th, Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th
- social events: city hall welcome cocktail (Wednesday evening), city tour and cocktail (Thursday evening) and banquet (Friday evening)
Extra tickets for the banquet: €75.
If you register before October 6th, you can book your hotel directly using the registration form.
You will then have the choice between three different hotels in which we have pre-booked a limited number of rooms (these prices include breakfast): Résidence Adagio (91€ single /102€ double) Hôtel Ibis gare (94€, 104€) , Résidhotel (65€, 73€). See the location of these hotels on the IDA map.
You can of course book an hotel on your own by ignoring the accommodation page in the registration website.
Payment and Cancellations
The full payment (registration fees and possibly hotel fees) must be done at registration (on the website) with a payment card. Local taxes (around €1 per day) must be paid directly to the hotel upon arrival.
In case of cancellation, an administrative fee of €15 will be withheld from any refunds. No refunds can be made for cancellations received after October 6th.