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Registration

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Registration to the 6th ORCA Meeting is free for COST ORCA members according to the COST vademecum rules.

For non-members of the COST Action, a registration fee will be applicable as follows:

 

Registration Fee

Until 10th March 2014

After 10th March 2014

Academic registration

100 euros

200 euros

Student registration

50 euros

100 euros

Industry affiliated registration

200 euros

300 euros

 

Conference registration fee (except for accompanying persons) includes:

  • Admission to all scientific sessions
  • Conference badge
  • One copy of the 6th ORCA Meeting
  • Coffee breaks (also for accompanying persons)
  • Excursion (also for accompanying persons)

For registration of COST members an e-mail must be sent to the Organizing Committee

Michelangelo Gruttadauria: michelangelo.gruttadauria@unipa.it       

or

Francesco Giacalone: francesco.giacalone@unipa.it

including:

  • Name,
  • e-mail, and Institution.
  • If appropriate: type and title of the contribution (invited lecture, short communication, poster presentation).

For registration of non-COST members an e-mail must be sent to the Organizing Committee including:

  • Name,
  • e-mail, and Institution.
  • If appropriate: type (flash or poster presentation) and title of the contribution,
  • copy of the bank transfer

bank (CREDEM) account IBAN IT87 C030 3204 6010 1000 0006 867, BIC code: BACRIT22PAL, Account holder name: "Comitato Organizzatore ORCA Meeting" (address: Piazza Papa Giovanni Paolo II 25 Palermo, Italy), indicating: name, family name, and the concept (ORCA Meeting) of the corresponding registration fee

Excursion: on Friday, May 9th in the afternoon a visit to the “Chiaramonte-Steri” palace will take place. Started in the early fourteenth century, was the great mansion of Manfredi Chiaramonte, Count of Modica. Since the beginning of the fifteenth century to 1517 was the residence of the Spanish viceroys and, from 1600 to 1782, it hosted the court of the Inquisition with annexed jail.

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left: Chiaramonte-Steri Palace  - right: Prison of the Inquisition