Registration

FEES AND DEADLINES

Abstract submission 20th February 2022
Closing date for early registration will be 20th December 2021 and late registration 1st February 2022

Early registration (20th December 2021) : Students (Phd student, Master) 150 euros /Non students 250 euros

Late registration (1st February 2022) Students (Phd student, Master) 200 euros / Non students 300 euros

Conference Fee includes
Monday 9 May: Arrival. Registration. Accommodation
Tuesday 10 May: Opening. Presentations. Welcome dinner
Wednesday 11 May: Presentations
Thursday 12 May: Field trip* in the areas of the Mouse-tailed Dormouse
Friday 13 May: Presentations. Closing. Farewell dinner

Registration fees have to be paid by bank transfer
Payments should be made to the account number of The Habitat Foundation, clearly mentioning “ Registration IDC2022” and the name of the participant.
All bank charges are for the participant.

Bank account of The Habitat Foundation The Netherlands

Triodosbank, Zeist, Nederland
Bank address: PO Box 55, 3700 AB Zeist, The Netherlands
BIC / SWIFT: TRIONL2U
IBAN: NL20 TRIO 0198 3429 50


For specific question regarding the payment please contact The Habitat Foundation at:
info@thehabitatfoundation.org

Thursday field trip info:
trip will involve a walk of about 5 km in a hilly landscape and on walking paths that can be rough and muddy. If you have difficulties to do this, please indicate this in the registration form (under mid-conference excursion) so we can see if we can arrange transport. The detailed programme will be sent additionally.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION AND REGISTRATION FORM

The deadline for abstract submission is 20th February 2022.
A publishing company https://pensoft.net will support the abstract submission process by using their platform ARPHA.
The abstract should be up to a maximum of 250 words (without title and authors) + 5 keywords.
The abstract submission link will be opened in the beginning of 2022 and we will send it in a separate email to all of you.

TRAVEL GRANT

A big thank you to Detlev Seibert and Ninette Zullei-Seibert for sponsoring the travel grants.
The money will go to young people taking their first steps to present their work on an international platform.
If possible, not only scientific people but also non scientists like volunteers and other interested people - with or without giving presentations at the conference.
The main selection work will remain on the members of the Scientific Committee. The donators will have the final decision.
The travel grant request is included in the registration form.