At least one author must register for the workshop by September 22, 2022. Early bird rates are valid until September 15, 2022. Each paid registration can cover up to two papers. In accordance with IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) policy, any paper not covered by registration will be removed from the Technical Program.
|Membership level||Early bird fee (by Sep. 15)||Regular fee (by Sep. 22)|
|SPS Member (any membership status incl. student member)||USD 280||USD 330|
|IEEE Member (any membership status incl. IEEE student member)||USD 330||USD 380|
|Non-member||USD 380||USD 430|
|Life Member||USD 200||USD 250|
|Low-income Economy Countries*||USD 200||USD 250|
|Membership level||No early bird registration fees||Regular fee|
|SPS Member||USD 100|
|IEEE Member||USD 125|
|Student SPS Member||USD 25|
|Student IEEE Member||USD 40|
|Student Non-member||USD 50|
|Life Member||USD 25|
|Low-income Economy Countries*||USD 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.
We accept payment by credit cards. Registration is handled at CVENT system: https://cvent.me/0Vy7OR. 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 have to provide the credit card details.
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All author registration fees covering a paper are non-refundable.
Non-Presented Paper (No-Show) Policy
Any accepted paper included in the final program is expected to have at least one author or qualified proxy present the paper at the virtual conference. This includes: uploading a pre-recorded video presentation, presenting the paper at the related live session, attending the session Breakroom for answering questions. The session breakroom is a specific Zoom session, which will follow the live session and where the authors and audience will have time for more discussions moderated by the session chair. Session chairs will monitor the activity of these sessions and will be asked to report back on situations of inactivity, which will potentially imply the declaration of a no-show. Should this be the case, the paper will not be published by IEEE on IEEE Xplore® or other public access forums, but will still be distributed to conference attendees as conference proceedings and the copyright of these papers will belong to IEEE, unless reclaimed by submitting a request to IEEE. Conference organizers are required to collect attendance records and a list of any non-presented papers and submit to IEEE Signal Processing Society.
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