Registration fee
 
The Registration fees include: meeting attendance, poster session, lunches, coffee breaks, access to the proceedings, free satellite events. Registration to satellite events is required for organizative reasons. Connection to Wi-Fi is guaranteed by Eduroam service. For people who do not have Eduroam credentials, it is possible to require personalized credentials by compiling the registration form.

BITS2018 rates:

Students (people not having a position as employee in the academy or in research institutes: undergraduates, Ph.D. students, post-doc positions)
Payment BEFORE May 20, 2018: Euro 150 (full), Euro 120 (reduced) 
Payment AFTER May 20, 2018: Euro 180 (full), Euro 150 (reduced) 
Payment at conference desk: Euro 230 (full), Euro 200 (reduced) 

Academic/no profit
Payment BEFORE May 20, 2018: Euro 230 (full), Euro 200 (reduced) 
Payment AFTER May 20, 2018: Euro 280 (full), Euro 250 (reduced) 
Payment at conference desk: Euro 330 (full), Euro 300 (reduced) 

Industry
Payment BEFORE May 20, 2018: Euro 280 (full), Euro 250 (reduced) 
Payment AFTER May 20, 2018: Euro 330 (full), Euro 300 (reduced) 
Payment at conference desk: Euro 380 (full), Euro 350 (reduced) 
 
PhD students from the University of Turin 
Payment: Euro 80

BITS members with regular membership status (annual fee paid) are entitled for the application of reduced registration fee. All members are warmly invited to renew their memberships BEFORE registering to the conference through the proper Intranet BITS Annual Rate item.

The additional fee for participation to social activities (guided tour in a museum and social dinner) is Euro 35 for all if payed BEFORE May 20. AFTER May 20, the fee is Euro 55. The places are limited!

The BITS2018 registrationopens May 1, 2018

IMPORTANT: BITS is recognized as non-profit organization so it is exempt from electronic invoicing to P.A. (click here for details). If your administration requires a DURC to proceed with the registration to BITS2018 meeting, please download this document assessing why BITS cannot provide a DURC.