Registration

 

Registration fees


Early Bird
(until 12 March '18)
 Regular
 Until 1 June '18
 Late
 (from 2 June '18 and on-site)
ISHAM Members EUR 425   EUR 525   EUR 625
Non - members EUR 495   EUR 595   EUR 655
YISHAM members /Students*  EUR 225   EUR 295   EUR 345
Day-registration
EUR 300   EUR 300   EUR 300
Convener / speakers EUR 295   EUR 295   EUR 295
Emerging Economy Rate** EUR 195   EUR 225   EUR 250

What is included in the registration fee?

Fees for all congress participants include:   

  • Admission to all scientific sessions
  • Admission to the industrial exhibition
  • 3 times lunches
  • All coffee breaks
  • Final Programme/abstracts
  • Welcome Ceremony & Welcome Reception
  • Public transport within the city of Amsterdam

* The registration fee for Young ISHAM members included the Young ISHAM evening on Monday 2 July, 2018. Students are asked to provide a proof of status (student card) to the Congress Secretariat by email to isham2018@congresscare.com.
** Emerging Economy Rate is applied to individuals (no group registrations) from low-income and lower-middle-income economies according to the HINARI list (Group A and Group B). Please see detailed information here. Hinari Core Offer includes two groups of countries, areas, or territories (Group A and Group B). Both groups can register for this special rate. 

Public transport: 5-day pass

All registered delegates will receive a transportation pass when they pick up their namebadge.
The five-day transportation ticket provides you with unlimited travel on all GVB trams, buses, and metros, both day and night. The ticket becomes valid the first time you check in. 

Congress dinner Tuesday 3 July 

The Congress dinner on Tuesday 3 July will be held at KIT Royal Tropical Institute
Participation to the conference dinner costs € 95,-- and has to be specified at registration.

In 1926, after eleven years of building, the monumental building of KIT | Meetings & Events was completed. It is situated at Oosterpark and designed in neo-renaissance style by father and son Johannes Jacobus and Marie Adrianus van Nieukerken, upon instruction from the Colonial Institute that was founded in 1910 by private individuals and authorities. This is one of the first collaborations between private individuals and the public sector. From here, research was conducted in the area of trade, anthropology and health care in the former Dutch colonies.The entire building was richly decorates with symbolic elements that refer to the various cultures of the world and the colonial history of the Netherlands. More than ten artists worked endlessly on sculptures, woodcarving and wrought iron to portray the trade, industry, foreign affairs, founders of the institute and the work done by it. The Marble Hall is the centre piece; the reception hall with its amazing twelve types of marble.   

Further information, please see www.kit.nl

Registration & payment

Registration is possible via this website. Payment can be done online by: creditard (American Express, Mastercard, Visa) or SEPA direct debit. 

Group registrations

Group registration is available for groups of 5 participants or more. Please register your group via the button above.

 Group registrations: Terms & Conditions

Cancellation

Cancellations and refund requests must be submitted in writing to the congress secretariat. Cancellations made before 1 May 2018 will be refunded less 30% to cover administration costs. After this date no refunds will be given. All refunds will be made after the congress.