The number of abstracts submitted exceeds the number of slots for oral presentations. As such, an expert panel will select a limited number of abstracts for an oral presentation.
Any abstract we have to decline will be accepted for a poster session.
No, we do not offer student grants. However, to support students, we do offer reduced entrance fees. When you register as a student, the reduced fees will automatically be applied.
When you register, you will receive a confirmation e-mail after. At the bottom of this e-mail you will find a link where you can change your registration. Click this link to visit a page where you can deregister (see image below). After deregistration, please contact the organisation to arrange your refund. Please note that terms and conditions apply to refunds.
Yes, it is possible to pay by bank transfer or invoice. However, if possible by any means, please use the website form with creditcard or Paypal. This is for the both of us by far the easiest option. If these options will not work for you, the only alternative payment method the hosting university offers, is to send you an invoice. This will go in a few steps:
Please send the above information to email@example.com.
This procedure may take a few weeks. Please do contact us should any questions arise. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Occasionally, a payment does not go down well for some reason. In due time, you will receive an e-mail to complete your registration. If not, please do not hesitate to contact Professor Dr. Tromp of the EuCOMC 2017 organisation.
The panels we use to display the posters are A0 portrait size, rest is up to you!
The ticket includes the entrance fee, welcome reception, lunch and (optionally) a canal tour by boat. Billable extras include a social event and a conference dinner. Excluded are e.g. travel fare, hotels, breakfast and dinner. However, several hotels do offer reduced tariffs for EuCOMC participants. Please look at our accommodation page for details.
Registration fees depend on the position you hold. Bachelor students, master students, and PhDs can register as students. Post-docs and anybody working at a public research institute or university counts as members of the academic staff. Anybody else counts as a company representative. Note that only registration fees differ, whereas the cost of social events and conference dinner are equal to all participants.