Call for Papers
15 Sep 2010
Abstract Submission
15 Nov 2010
Abstract Notification
01 Dec 2010
Full Paper Submission
01 Feb 2011
Final Notification
15 Mar 2011
Early Regist. Deadline
11 Apr 2011
25-27 May 2011

Conference Fees & Accomodation
Type of
Early bird
Up to 11 Apr 2011
After 11 Apr 2011
Authors 3400 HRK
(~ 458 €)
4150 HRK
(~ 559 €)
Participants 4900 HRK
(~ 659 €)
5650 HRK
(~ 760 €)
IEEE Members 3400 HRK
(~ 458 €)
4150 HRK
(~ 559 €)
IEEE Student Members 2900 HRK
(~ 390 €)
3400 HRK
(~ 458 €)
Additional Paper 1000 HRK
(~ 135 €)
1000 HRK
(~ 135 €)
Accompanying Person 900 HRK
(~ 121 €)
1200 HRK
(~ 162 €)

Credit card payments will be processed in Croatian Kunas (HRK). On 1 March 2011 the exchange rate was 1 € = 7,42 HRK. Information on exchange rates can be found here. A graph related to the last 30 days can be found here.

The accompanying person fee includes welcome reception, cultural visits and gala dinner.

The conference venue was Regent Esplanade Zagreb - Zagreb's most prestigious hotel - originally constructed in 1925 to accommodate passengers of the world-renowned Orient Express train.

Especially favourable room rates had been arranged for registered participants of the Conference (significantly lower than the best web rate). Favourable prices for hotel reservations were guaranteed until 25 April 2011. Per day rates were:

Room type Single Double
Superior Room 115 € 130 €
Deluxe Room 140 € 155 €
Regent Deluxe Suite 270 €

Reservations should be made via the Regent reservation system:

During the reservation procedure, please provide the promotional code "EEM11".
Favourable prices were guaranteed for reservations until Monday, 25 April 2011.

For more information or help with the reservation system, feel free to send your inquires to the hotel directly using the following address: .

Optional Tour
In cooperation with the Flamigo Tours travel agency, a full day tour will be organized to the national park Plitvice Lakes (Plitvička jezera). Details of the tour can be found in the Tour Brochure. To join the tour, please refer to the Tour Brochure or ask at the Registration desk of the Conference at your earliest possible convenience.

The Tour is not included in the conference fee. Payments are handled directly by the travel agency.

For more information, visit the web site of the National Park. You may also want to search for images on the web (i.e. Google Images) using the term "Plitvice" and "Plitvicka jezera". We are sure that will be more than enough to spark your interest!

On-line Registration

The on-line system for registrations of participants is now open!

ConfTool is used for the registration of conference participants. If you are already a registered user (as an author, reviewer or committee member) please use your existing username and password, otherwise please create a new account to register for the conference.

To start the registration process, select "Register as Participant" on the main manu and follow these steps:

Step 1
Enter your personal info (If you are an IEEE member, be sure to enter your IEEE member number).

Step 2
Check the "Conference registration" checkbox.
If you are registering as an author, also check the "Authors" checkbox and enter your paper's conference ID. If you want to register an additional paper(s) select the number of additional papers and enter the respective ID(s)

Step 3
Enter data that you would like to appear on the Invoice.
Choose your payment option in "Payment Details" section. Payment by Credit card is preferred.

Step 4
Read carefully "Confirmation of Registration Terms" field and check the "Confirm" checkbox.
To end the registration process click "Register Now".

Important notices:

1) If you chose to pay by a credit card, you will immediately have access to your pro-form invoice. When the credit card is processed the pro-form invoice will be replaced with an actual invoice.

2)If you chose to pay via wire-transfer, an invoice with payment details and instructions will be emailed to you shortly.

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