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Phone: (905) 628 - 9554
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Technology Driving Innovation
May 2-5, 2004
Please read the following information on registration fees before
proceeding to register for the conference.
You must include, a full registration fee of $475 if you are an IEEE
members or $600 if you are not an IEEE member (please see below about becoming
an IEEE member), with the first paper you
submit for this conference. Extra charges, for each additional paper and
extra pages on all papers submitted, are listed below.
Authors must also refer to the Author's Guide web page for an explanation
of paper length, extra papers, and extra pages.
NOTE: Friday, March 5, 2004 is the extended deadline for
and copyright form submission and author registration payment.
Students who are attending the conference as non-authors, or as
co-authors of a paper where another co-author has paid the full
registration fee, may pay the low "student" registration fee or
the even lower "student member" registration fee if they are IEEE
student members at the time of registration.
Otherwise student authors must pay the higher "IEEE members" or "General
Public" registration fees, depending on whether they are IEEE members or
not. Student authors are not exempt from the extra charges for
additional papers and extra pages as listed below.
Some IEEE Student members are also eligible for a subsidy on their
registration fees through generous contributions provided by a number of
IEEE Canadian Sections. Please refer to the Student Funding web page
for additional details.
If you are a student but not an IEEE member,
Each registration fee, except for Partners, includes the following
meals: The welcoming reception, 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, the banquet and
all coffee breaks. Additional tickets for the lunches and the banquet
can be ordered either from our registration web site or from the
registration desk during the conference.
Any attendee or partner with special dietary restrictions etc. is invited to
indicate these needs to the organizing committee - please forward your
requirements to this email
Please refer to the Partners web page for a full explanation of the
various partners programs available and how to register for these
additional programs. Each Partners registration fee includes the
following meals: Welcoming Reception, 3 breakfasts and the Banquet.
|Until Apr 5
|After Apr 5
All figures are in Canadian Dollars and the Goods and Services Tax (GST) is
Included in these figures.
GST Registration Number: 89192 0704 RT0001
Note: extra page fee is per page/per paper
* student rate only applies to full-time students in
ECE programs in Canadian Universities and Colleges
Conference attendees are responsible for making their own Hotel Reservarions and
air and ground transportation arrangements. These links are provided to help you
make those arrangements.
All attendees must register for this conference using the on-line service
provided by the Conference Registration Company (Microspec) using their
secure registration web site. You will need to provide
your name, e-mail address, mailing address, and credit card (Am-Ex, Visa,
or MasterCard) number and expiry date.
To qualify for the IEEE member discounts you must
provide your IEEE membership number and your name as it appears on your IEEE
membership card. Additionally, students must provide their IEEE student
Join IEEE On-line
If you are not currently an IEEE member, why not join before you register and
take advantage of the lower registration rate for IEEE members.
The current cost to join IEEE as a student member is only US $32 until
February 29, 2004 and US $16 afterwards (for a half-year membership).
The current cost to join IEEE as a member (not a student member) is only
US $136 until February 29, 2004 and US $68 afterwards (for a half-year membership).
You can apply on-line for IEEE membership using their secure web
site and a credit card.
Above costs include GST. In provinces where HST applies, the costs are
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