Participation Grants are available covering the registration fees for students and members from low-income countries – for details see EUSLFAT Student Grants and IEEE CIS Participation Grants.


Fuzz-IEEE CIS Student and Early Career Mentoring Program

As in 2019 and 2020, Fuzz-IEEE will be hosting the mentoring program to support students and early career academics. All student presenters of accepted papers will automatically be assigned a mentor. If you are a student and would like to opt-out, let us know. Equally, if you are an early career researcher and would like to opt-in, get in touch. The deadline is 7th June. More info can be found here.

The registration system is available here.

For any queries regarding the registration (e.g. VAT number, etc.), please contact

Membership Status Payment by
Early Registration Deadline
Payment after
Early Registration Deadline
IEEE/EUSFLAT Member€180€210
IEEE/EUSFLAT Student Number€50€80
Student Non-Member€75€110
IEEE Life Member€50€80

All fees are in Euros.

*Advance rates are applicable until the early registration deadline which can be seen here.

  • Registration includes:
  • Access to the online conference platform, including live and recorded sessions and electronic conference proceedings. 
  • An accepted paper will be published in the proceedings only if the final camera-ready version is accompanied by the payment of at least one regular registration (IEEE/EUSFLAT Member or Non-Member) for one of the authors.
  • No accepted paper is included in the proceedings without the payment of the required registration fee.
  • No accepted paper is included in the proceedings without being presented at the conference.
  • Each regular registration covers a maximum of two papers. Additional papers incur a charge of €120 per paper.
  • The page limit for each paper is 6 pages. Up to two additional pages will be permitted for an additional charge of €100 per page.
  • IEEE/EUSFLAT Membership number is required to qualify for IEEE/EUSFLAT member rate.
  • Proof of current full-time student status (i.e., a copy of student card or certification from current university) is required to qualify for student rates.
  • The registration deadline can be seen here.

IMPORTANT: Each paper must have a corresponding registered author to be included in the proceedings. Papers that do not have an associated registered author will not be included in the proceedings. The deadline for author registration can be seen here, so be sure to register by that time to ensure that your paper is included in the proceedings. Registering late may mean that your paper may not appear in the proceedings. Please ensure that you complete your registration early. Each full registration covers a maximum of two papers. Presentation of more than two papers will incur a charge of €120 per paper. Each paper requires one full registration (even if all authors of the paper are students, i.e., a student registration does not cover any paper).

All refund/cancellation requests must be received by July 1st 2021. An administrative fee of €50 will be deducted from each refund. Authors who have uploaded their papers are NOT entitled to any refunds. For details please contact

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