Registration

Registration Fees

Early Registration Rates Late Registration Rates
ICEUBI2019 Until November 8, 2019 Until November 15, 2019
Delegate €250 €300
SC member €200 €250
Student €75 €125
Accompanying Person €150 €200
Visitor/Learner €25 (or €10 per day) €35 (or €13 per day)

In the case of NO ASSISTANCE, the amount paid will not be refunded.

Separate payment for Lanches (€10) and Gala Dinner(€40) will be provided.

Important: All transactions will be charged with registration Taxes and VAT.

Participant Rate

 Delegate Participants and SC. Members entitled to:

  • Attendance to the scientific presentations
  • Presentation of one paper during the conference. (Each additional paper requires an extra payment of 50 €)
  • Certificates of attendance and work presentation
  • Documentation (CD/Pen-Drive)
  • Coffee breaks, buffet lunches, and gala dinner

Student Rate

 Students participants are entitled to:

  • Attendance to the scientific presentations
  • Presentation of one paper during the conference (Each additional paper requires an extra payment of 50 €)
  • Certificates of attendance and work presentation
  • Documentation (CD/Pen-Drive)
  • Coffee breaks and buffet lunches

It’s necessary to present proof of the student category.

Accompanying Person Rate

Registered Accompanying Persons are entitled to:

  • Attendance to the scientific presentations
  • Coffee breaks, buffet lunches, and gala dinner

 

 

Be part of the ICEUBI 2019 experience!

The registration allows authors to submit full papers. It is mandatory for all authors to provide in the submission platform the following information in the English language:

  • Title of paper
  • Abstract
  • Keywords

NOTE

The Organizing Committee is studying hypotheses to propose the publication of papers in a book, book chapter or international journal. The authors who wish to be considered for that purpose should submit their paper in English accordingly. Link: COPYRIGHT – DIREITOS DE PUBLICAÇÃO – DERECHOS DE PUBLICACIÓN

 

 

Remember that the payment must be made through the registration platform:

Payment Conditions

Payment

Please follow the Link (soon):

  • Deadline for early registration is November 1, 2019. It is necessary to register and pay the registration fee before that date to apply for a reduced fee (the photocopy of the bank transfer/purchase order must also be sent to iceubi2019@ubi.pt in case of selecting bank transfer as the payment option). After that, registration fees will be increased as published.
  • Deadline for late registration is November 15, 2019. It is necessary to register and pay the registration fee before this date to be part of the ICEUBI2019 proceeding book.
  • Registrations will be accepted only exceptionally after 15 November. Late Registration fees will always be applied to those registrants. Registration fees must be paid on the first day of the conference by bank transfer or in cash. But in this case, it will not be possible to ensure the paper published on the ICEUB2019 book of proceedings.
  • Students are required to send a copy of their student card to apply for the Student registration fee. It must be sent to the Conference Secretariat by email: iceubi2019@ubi.pt
  • Invoices of payments will be handed over during the conference (or sent by email)  after the conference for all participants unless they are required before. If a proforma invoice is required, please contact the Conference Secretariat at iceubi2019@ubi.pt

Disclaimer

  • The Congress organization reserves the right to change the venue or date of the Congress if exceptional circumstances demand. IF ICEUBI2019 venue or date are changed, the Congress organization will not be responsible for covering airfare, hotel or any other costs incurred by the registrants.
  • There will be no refund in the case of the scientific program and/or social program being partially delayed or canceled because of events outside the reasonable control of the Congress such as:

(a) acts of nature – natural disasters or any other weather conditions that could prevent the conference from taking place

(b) fire, explosion or power failure

(c) an outbreak of hostilities, riot, civil disturbance or acts of terrorism

(d) default or delay of or change in arrangements made by suppliers, third party providers or subcontractors

(e) no-shows (the Congress will do its utmost effort to ensure the accuracy of the final scientific program although it will not be liable for the no-shows)

(f) any cause or circumstances whatsoever beyond the reasonable control of the conference.

  • The Congress does not take out insurance to cover participants (or accept responsibility) against accidents, injury or loss suffered while attending events or other risks.
  • The copyright of all material presented in the conference or included in the Congress publications rests with the presenter(s), and the Congress may not be held responsible for any copyright infringements.
  • Note: The registration fee does not include accommodation and publication fees for all journals. Publishing papers in journals (that are not free of charge) will be charged separately from a Congress fee by a reduced publication fee after receiving the affirmative review results.
  • The author has to bear all the money transfer charges from their side.

ICEUBI2019 Code of Conduct

The open exchange of ideas, the freedom of thought and expression, and respectful scientific debate are central to the goals of this Congress; this requires a community and an environment that recognizes and respects the inherent worth of every person.

Who? All participants – attendees, organizers, reviewers, speakers, sponsors, and volunteers at our Congress, workshops, and Congress-sponsored social events – are required to agree with this code of conduct both during the event and on official communication channels, including social media. Organizers will enforce this code and expect cooperation from all participants to help ensure a safe and productive environment for everybody.

Scope? The Congress commits itself to providing an experience for all participants that is free from harassment, bullying, discrimination, and retaliation. This includes offensive comments related to gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), politics, technology choices, or any other personal characteristics. Bullying, intimidation, personal attacks, harassment, sustained disruption of talks or other events, and inappropriate behaviour of any kind that interferes with another participant’s full participation at Congress meeting sites will not be tolerated. This includes sexual harassment, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, inappropriate physical contact, unwelcome sexual attention, public vulgar exchanges, and diminutive characterizations, which are all unwelcome in this community. This Code of Conduct applies to the actual meeting sites and Congress venues where activities are being conducted. ICEUBI2019 is not responsible for non-sponsored activity or behaviour that may occur at non-sponsored locations such as hotels, restaurants, or locations not otherwise a sanctioned space for ICEUBI2019 sponsored events.

Sponsors are equally subject to this Code of Conduct. Sponsors should not use images, activities, or other materials that are of a sexual, racial, or otherwise offensive nature. Booth staff (including volunteers) should not use sexualized clothing/uniforms/costumes, or otherwise create a sexualized environment. This code applies both to official sponsors as well as any organization that uses the Congress name as branding as part of its activities at or around the Congress.

Outcomes? Participants asked by any member of the community to stop any such behaviour are expected to comply immediately. If a participant engages in such behaviour, the Congress organizers may take any action they deem appropriate, including: a formal or informal warning to the offender, expulsion from the Congress with no refund, barring from participation in future Congress or their organization, reporting the incident to the offender’s local institution or funding agencies, or reporting the incident to local law enforcement. A response of “just joking” will not be accepted; behaviour can be harassing without an intent to offend. If action is taken, an appeals process will be made available.

Reporting Guidelines

ICEUBI2019 knows that it is painfully common for internet communication to start at or devolve into obvious and flagrant abuse. We also recognize that sometimes people may have a bad day or be unaware of some of the guidelines in this Code of Conduct. Please keep this in mind when deciding on how to respond to a breach of this Code. For clearly intentional breaches, report those to the ICEUBI2019 Code of Conduct Committee via iceubi2019@ubi.pt. For possibly unintentional breaches, you may reply to the person and point out this code of conduct (either in public or in private, whatever is most appropriate). If you would prefer not to do that, please feel free ask a member of the Code of Conduct Committee, in confidence. The ICEUBI2019 Code of Conduct Committee consists of: Jorge Silva (ICEUBI2019 Chair, jmrs@ubi.pt), Rosário Calado (ICEUBI2019 Vice-Chair, rc@ubi.pt), and Nuno Garcia (FEUBI Vice-President, nmgs@ubi.pt).