23rd Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering
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“Evolution of Theory:
Bringing Theory and
Technology into
Application”

May 2-5, 2010
Telus Convention Center
& Marriot Hotel
Calgary, Alberta,
Canada

CCECE 2010 Author's Registration Information

Note: Registration is now online here.

There are three types of registration:

  • Author
  • Student / Life Member / Other (IEEE Member / Non-Member)

Please read the below information thoroughly.

Author's Registration Information

The first paper submitted for this conference must be registered at the full registration rate: i.e.: early rate (before March 26, 2010) as this - or applicable rate as per registration table below
  • $575 (CAN) if you are an IEEE member
  • $700 (CAN) if you are not an IEEE member
This type of registration is classified as an Author Registration. See "Author and Student Registration Packages" below to see what is included in the Author's Registration Package.

Extra charges for each additional paper, and extra pages on all papers submitted are listed in the Registration Fee table shown below. Authors must refer to the Author's Guide web page for an explanation of paper length, extra papers, and extra pages.

Student's and Life Member and Other (IEEE Member / Non-Member) Registration Information

If you are submitting a paper, as the paper's Author, then you must register as per the Authors Registration Information noted above. However, if you are a co-author, and the paper's author has registered at the full authors' rate, then you may register at the student's (or Life Member or IEEE Member / Non-Member) registration rate, as shown in the Registration Fee Table. Other Student (or Life Member or IEEE Member / Non-Member) attendees may register under the Student's/Life Member/IEEE Member/Non-Member's registration rate, shown below in the Registration Fee table. Note that Students, Life Members, IEEE Members / Non-Members and Authors receive the same registration package (see below).

Author, Student, Life Member and IEEE Member/Non-Member Registration Packages:
  • Access to all plenary talks, oral and special sessions
  • All nutrition breaks (breakfast, breaks, lunches)
  • The welcoming reception and awards night banquet
  • Registration package with the conference proceedings in electronic format


To become an IEEE member and be eligible to pay the member rate, click here.

Registration Fees Table

Date IEEE Members Non IEEE Members Each Additional Paper Each Extra Page ** Awards Night Banquet
Author/Regular Student Life Author/Regular Student
Until Mar. 5, 2010* $575 $325 $225 $700 $350 $325 $50/$75 $100
Until Apr. 2, 2010 $600 $350 $250 $725 $375 NA NA $100
After Apr. 2, 2010 $650 $400 $300 $775 $425 NA NA $100

All fees are in Canadian Dollars, and
do not include the Goods and Services Tax (GST).
GST Registration Number is: 87250 8510

  • * March 5, 2010 is the last day for Authors to register and upload their papers.
  • ** Extra page fee is per page/per paper (for the first two additional and next two additional pages, 4 additional pages in total) respectively.

Cancellation Policy

Registrations may be cancelled up to, and including March 5, 2010. No refunds will be issued thereafter. Each cancellation is subject to a $100 non-refundable administration fee. Authors who cancel their registrations will have their papers withdrawn.

Important Traveler's Information

Passport restrictions apply for air travel to and from the United States and Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, and the Caribbean. Travelers will be required to have a passport to enter or re-enter the United States with all air travel (this includes when you are in transit).

Visa Information

Registrants travelling from outside Canada must have appropriate travel documents; delegates travelling from some countries may require a visa, for more information contact your local embassy or visit http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/visa.asp.

Occasionally registered delegates may require a letter to support their visa for travel to Canada; this may be requested by contacting .




For more information, please contact .






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