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Accepted Authors

Accepted Authors

See questions that apply to those authors who are going to register, have an accepted submission and will upload a camera-ready paper.

What is the “member” fee?

EAI members can benefit from reduced fees for all EAI events. EAI membership is free – find out more and sign up here

My paper has been accepted for the conference, how much do I need to pay in order for it to be included in the proceedings?

You or one of the co-authors of the paper needs to register at the full fee in order for the paper to be included in the proceedings.

Who needs to register in order for the paper to be published?

Full registration of one of the authors covers the publication. Please note that one registration only allows one person to attend the conference. If additional authors or co-authors wish to attend, they need to register. If a co-author is a full time student, they can benefit from the reduced student fee.

I am a student, should I pay full rate or student rate?

If you are a full time student and you are not registering any submissions, you may benefit from the reduced student rate.

What is the difference between full and student registrations?

The student rate is intended for full time students and it includes the technical program sessions and all meals during the course of the conference. Publication and the official conference gala dinner/banquet are not included in the student fee.

Can my registration be transferred to my co-author?

Yes, in case you are unable to attend, a co-author can attend instead. Kindly inform the Conference Manager of this change in a timely manner. In case you also require information to be amended on the invoice, please refer to the section titled ‘Inovices’.

The system states the following: “No submissions were found associated with the author specified in the registrant email”. What should I do?
  • If you are not an accepted author, tick the second option, titled ‘I am a non-author/ I do not wish to register any submissions‘.
  • If your submission was already registered by one of your co-authors, tick the second option, titled ‘I am a non-author/ I do not wish to register any submissions‘.
  • If you want to register a submission, check the email address where you received the notification email informing you about the acceptance of your paper(s). To enable the camera-ready upload, you need to register using the same email address that was used in your initial submission.
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