IMPORTANT: Attendance at the Conference requires the presentation of a scientific article.
 
All the participants have to send their registration to the following email:

  

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It is necessary to send two pdf files:

 

 

      • Copy of the Bank Transfer to the Fundación Eduardo Torroja

 

 

Fees (ONLY FOR AUTHORS)

 

Early registration fee (until September 8 th) …………………………………………… 210 euros (ONLY FOR AUTHORS)
 
 
Organizing and Scientific Committee …………………………………………….....………… 250 euros (ONLY FOR AUTHORS)
 
Regular fee ……………………………………………………………………………………...……….. 290 euros (ONLY FOR AUTHORS)
 
 
The Conference fee includes besides the attendance to the technical sessions and keynote lectures:
  • The Conference bag
  • The Conference proceeding book
  • The catalogue book of Eduardo Torroja Museum
  • Coffee and lunch breaks
  • Guided visits to the Zarzuela Racecourse and Eduardo Torroja Museum
  • The Conference lunch clausure at the Zarzuela Racecourse
 
The payment has to be done by transfer bank to Fundación Eduardo Torroja

 

Banco Caminos. Madrid

Name: FUNDACION EDUARDO TORROJA
IBAN No.: ES98 0234 0001 029013823740
ACCOUNT No.: 9013823740
SWIFT No.: CCOCESMMXXX

 

 
Note: It´s important that the “International Conference 2018” appears in the concept of the bank transfer

     

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