Registration is handled at the conference management system (ConfTool). Registered users of ConfTool can use their existing accounts for registration and payment. New registering attendees must create a ConfTool account first in order to proceed with the registration.

At least one author must register for the workshop by August 22, 2021. Early bird rates are valid until August 6, 2021. Each paid registration can cover up to three papers. In accordance with IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) policy, any paper not covered by registration will be removed from the Technical Program.

Registration fees

Author fees (in-person and virtual)

Membership level Early bird fee (by Aug 6) Regular fee (by Aug 22)
SPS Member (any membership status incl. student member) 450€ 500€
IEEE Member (any membership status incl. IEEE student member) 520€ 570€
Non-member 650€ 700€
Life Member 200€ 200€
Low-income Economy Countries* 200€ 200€

Non-authors in-person

Membership level Early bird fee (by Aug 6) Regular fee (by Sept 20) Late registration fee (by Sept 30)
SPS Member 400€ 450€ 390€
IEEE Member 470€ 520€ 460€
Non-member 600€ 650€ 590€
Student SPS Member 150€ 150€ 90€
Student IEEE Member 200€ 200€ 140€
Student Non-member 250€ 250€ 190€
Life Member 200€ 200€ 140€
Low-income Economy Countries* 200€ 200€ 140€

Non-authors virtual

Membership level No early bird registration fees Regular fee
SPS Member 100€
IEEE Member 125€
Non-member 150€
Student SPS Member 25€
Student IEEE Member 40€
Student Non-member 50€
Life Member 25€
Low-income Economy Countries* 0€

*Registration fee for attendees from low-income economies. Low-income Economy Countries are defined by the World Bank. You can find the list of Low-income Countries here.

Registration fees provide access to all technical sessions held on site and virtually. In-person participants get access to both the Scandic Rosendahl conference center and the virtual platform, as well as to the two social events by registering by September 20, 2021. Virtual participants get access to the virtual platform. In-person registration closes on Thursday, 30 September 2021. Virtual registration is possible throughout the event.

Update on September 20, 2021: the Gala Dinner organised on Thursday 7 October 2021 is now full. Due to the corona restrictions, the cruiser cannot be filled to its full capacity. Therefore, all non-author in-person registrations after September 20, 2021, will exclude access to the Gala Dinner. The late registration fees have been adjusted accordingly. The non-author in person registration with the late registration fee gives you access to both the Scandic Rosendahl conference center and the virtual platform as well as to the welcome dinner organized at Scandic Rosendahl on Wednesday, 6 October, 2021.

Attendee of Remote Presence Afternoon & MAGICS Kick-off

Registration type Fee
In-person single-day pass 35€
Virtual single-day pass 25€

Participants with single-day pass get access to the Remote Presence Afternoon on Wednesday, 6 October 2021, 13:30 – 16:30, which includes the keynote, the panel on Remote Presence and the MAGICS Kick-off demo event, organized as a part of the IEEE MMSP 2021 technical program.

The registration is now closed


We accept payment by credit cards. Please, proceed to the registration page, where you need to select the type of registration, provide address and agree with the terms and conditions. At the final step you will be taken to the card operator Netaxept, where you have to provide the credit card details.

We kindly ask participants from Tampere University to contact our Finance Chair, Sari Peltonen, directly via email ([email protected]) about the registration payment.

The registration fees will be collected by the organizer, Tampere University:
Name: Tampere University Foundation sr (Tampereen korkeakoulusaatio sr)
Business ID (Y-tunnus): 2844561-8
VAT: FI28445618
Postal address: c/o Tampere University FI-33014 TAMPERE UNIVERSITY, Finland
Street address: c/o Tampereen Yliopisto Kalevantie 4, 33100 TAMPERE, Finland

Payment by wire transfer

Payment by wire transfer is discouraged. However, if you cannot use credit card as a payment method, please proceed to the registration page and register for the conference by selecting the type of registration, providing your invoicing address and agreeing with the terms and conditions. Select ‘credit card’ as the payment method. When asked to provide card details to Netaxept, do not proceed further. You will get a registration invoice which you can use for your wire transfer.

Data to be used in the transfer:
Beneficent: Tampere university foundation sr
VAT: FI28445618
Address: Tampere University, 33014 Tampereen yliopisto
Bank name: Danske Bank Plc
Bank address: Hiililaiturinkuja 2, 00075 Danske Bank
IBAN: FI81 8919 9710 0008 56
Message must be: 31227000962 / your name

For further inquiries:

Refund policy

All author registration fees covering a paper are non-refundable. ‘Non-authors in-person’ registration fees are refundable minus the credit card transfer fees charged by the card operator.

Visa to Visit Finland

Visa invitation letters can be issued for registered participants. Participants have to request the letter through their ConfTool account (go to ‘Edit User Details’, scroll to ‘Visa Invitation Letter Request’, select ‘Yes’, and provide a passport number). After the registration payment has been processed, we will send you the letter via email. You can find the instructions for applying visa to Finland here.

Non-Presented Paper (No-Show) Policy

Accepted papers must be presented (in person or virtually) at the conference by one of the authors, or, if none of the authors are able to attend, by a qualified proxy, approved at least two weeks in advance of the conference dates by the TPC co-chairs. In case a paper is not presented at the workshop, it shall be deemed a “no-show.” No-show papers will not appear on IEEE Xplore following the IEEE No-Show Policy. Exceptions to this policy will be made by the MMSP 2021 Technical Program Chairs only if there is evidence that the no-show occurred because of unanticipated events beyond the control of the authors, and that every option available to the authors to present the paper was exhausted.

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