REGISTRATION OPTIONS

Early registration: 29 November 2023 – 20 February 2024
Regular registration: 21 February – 14 May 2024
Late registration: from 15 May 2024

REGISTRATION

The registration area is located in the Foyer A at the entrance of the venue. Please pick up your name badge in the registration area within the opening hours. To avoid queuing on Tuesday, we recommend that you pick up your name badge on Monday afternoon.

Monday, 24 June: 14:00 – 18:00

Tuesday, 25 June: 8:00 – 19:30

Wednesday, 26 June: 7:30 – 19:00

Thursday, 27 June: 08:00 – 19:00

Friday, 28 June: 08:00 – 19:00

Saturday, 29 June: 08:00 – 14:00

SPEAKERS & INVITED PARTICIPANTS

All speakers will be automatically registered following the acceptance of their assignments. They will then receive a registration confirmation with a personalised additional booking link to book any extra items. Invited participants will receive an invitation to register with specific instructions. Speakers and invited participants should not register and pay as ordinary participants.

DELEGATE WARNING:

CAUTION: Be aware of fraudulent individuals and companies that claim to offer registration for FENS Forum and hotel accommodation in Vienna through fraudulent websites and/or by contacting you directly via email. These fraudulent agencies will look similar to the official organiser but are not. The only official agency handling registration and accommodation for FENS Forum is K.I.T. Group GmbH located in Berlin, Germany. The Registration to the Forum and accommodation is possible only via the Forum website. The registration page is https://fensforum.org/registration-information/ and hotel page is https://fensforum.org/hotel-information/.

Any formal correspondence from the FENS Forum will be sent either from email addresses ending in @fens.org or @kit-group.org.

 

Please note that in order to register for the FENS Forum 2024 it is necessary to create a new account on the Forum website.

REGISTRATION CATEGORY

choose your plan

Member

Non-Member

Student Member

Student Non-Member

Corporate

Low Income and Lower-middle-incomes economies (All registration categories)

Member - Low Attendance Countries from FENS Forum 2022

Non Member - Low Attendance Countries from FENS Forum 2022 

EARLY FEE

UNTIL 20 FEBRUARY 2024

$10

per month

375

€535

€190

€275

€660

€160

€300

€430

REGULAR FEE 

FROM 21 FEBRUARY - 14 MAY 2024

$30

per month

€480

€620

€250

€320

€740

€250

€380

€500

LATE FEE

FROM 15 MAY 2024

$59

per month

€515

€680

€290

€360

€800

€270

€410

€540

* All prices are net. 20% VAT will be charged extra

  • Participation in all the Forum sessions (except for Technical workshops)
  • Participation in the sessions of the FENS Forum Open Theatre
  • Eligibility to submit a poster and present it in a dedicated poster session
  • Access to the exhibition and sponsored sessions
  • Participation in the poster sessions and poster discussions
  • Opening ceremony
  • Participation in the Forum Networking Events and Special Interests Events
  • Certificate of attendance
  • Access to the Mini Conferences (limited access based on facilities)

The following categories for participants apply:

Member: 

  1. Paid members of one of the FENS member societies and individual FENS members with full membership validation
  2. Active 2024 members of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) may also benefit from the same registration fees as FENS members. Proof of membership must be uploaded during registration. This can either be your membership ID card or proof of payment/transaction receipt.
  3. Partner society members: Members of the Japan Neuroscience Society, who are not based in a country with a national member society of FENS, may benefit from reduced registration rates for the Forum 2024. Proof of membership must be uploaded during registration (membership card).

Disclaimer – Please note that participants based in a European country with a FENS national society, cannot register as a SfN or partner society member and benefit from the discounted member rates.

For further information and a list of the member societies of FENS, please click here.

Non-member: Participants from academic or non-profit organisations that are not a member of FENS member societies, an individual FENS membership, SfN membership or partner society membership.

Low-income & Lower-middle-income economies: Participants from ‘low-income‘ or ‘lower-middle income‘ countries (as per World Bank categories) can also benefit from reduced registration fees, which are automatically generated according to your country of residence.

Low Attendance Countries: Participants from European countries who had less than 60 participants at the FENS Forum 2022, benefit from reduced registration fees. The reduced registration fees are automatically generated according to the country of residence entered during the registration process.

Student: Only pre-doctoral students are eligible to profit from the reduced registration fee and must upload a letter proving their status (i.e. a signed statement from their Department Head or supervisor). Postdoctoral fellows, hospital residents, interns and laboratory technicians do not qualify for the student rate.

Corporate: Participants from a corporate, for profit company or organisation.

Not yet a FENS member? Connect to the membership page to learn more about FENS membership.

If you are a member of one of the neuroscience Societies constituting FENS, do not forget to login as a member using your FENS Member ID and password when you register for the FENS Forum 2024. You can check your scientific profile and affiliation in the member registry via the FENS website. If you forgot your login credentials you may retrieve these here.

Note that your membership status will be checked with the relevant society.​

Please note that your registration will be valid only on receipt of your payment.

Payment is required at the time of registration and is due in EUR, using one of the following methods:

  1. Credit Card

Visa, AMEX or MasterCard are accepted. Credit cards are debited in EUR.

  1. Bank Transfer

Account Holder: K.I.T. Group GmbH
Bank: Commerzbank Berlin, Kurfürstendamm 237, 10719 Berlin, Germany
SWIFT-CODE: DRESDEFF100
IBAN: DE66 1008 0000 0514 0018 04

Reference: Participant name, Participant number, FENS Forum 2024

Please note that ALL transfer costs must be prepaid by the transmitter.

Cheques will not be accepted.

Attendees can cancel their registration at any time, to the following conditions:

  1. 50 % refund of the paid registration fee up to 20 February 2024, no refunds after this date.
  2. After 20 February 2024, cancellation of registration is possible only in case a submitted abstract is rejected. If the abstract is rejected and upon notification of the participant, the paid registration fee will be refunded minus the 30 EUR handling fee. The abstract submission fee will not be refundedIf the first author of an abstract cancels the registration, the abstract will not be included in the scientific programme.
  3. Additional items such as the technical workshops, water bottles, Jump the Fens, carbon emission offsetting and childcare are non-refundable.
  4. Travel grant applicants can find the application and conditions within the abstract submission form (click here for more information).

 

Abstract withdrawal only

 

Code of Conduct at FENS Forums

Delegates are required to accept the FENS Forum 2024 Code of Conduct in order to register for the FENS Forum 2024.

For complete terms and conditions related to registration, please click here.

By choosing to offset your trip to Vienna when registering to the FENS Forum 2024, you will support the following projects:

Clean wind energy in Chile

The municipality of Ovalle is located about three hundred kilometres north of the capital Santiago de Chile, in the Chilean region of Coquimbo. Here, two wind farms called “El Pacifico” and “La Cebada” with a total of 57 wind turbines and an installed capacity of 109.6 MW supply electricity from renewable energy sources. The wind turbines began operating in July 2014 and now generate an average of 290 GWh of clean electricity per year, which is fed into the central electricity grid.

Impacts:

  • By replacing the use of fossil fuels, these farms help save almost 200000 tonnes of CO2 each year.
  • By expanding the renewable energy, the wind farms contribute to the energy transition in Chile.
  • By creating long-term jobs, these installations foster sustainable development in the region. Moreover, the area can also be used for additional activities, such as agriculture.

Link to the project page here.

Climate project and tree planting

This project works in combination with other initiatives to promote tree planting in Austria. For every tonne of CO2 saved thanks to a linked climate project, such as the above-mentioned “Clean wind energy in Chile”, one tree is planted in Austria. This way, we promote the conversion of structurally poor forests and monocultures into more resilient mixed woodlands that can better adapt to changing climate conditions.

Link to the project page here.

MEDIA REGISTRATION

FENS encourages members of the media to report on the FENS Forum 2024 and is offering free registration for media representatives from accredited organisations for editorial coverage.

All the information regarding media registration can be found in the FENS Forum 2024 media policy.

Any questions about media registration or requests for information and proposals for media activities from third parties, such as industry and member societies, should be directed to the FENS communication office at: communications@fens.org.

Any questions from journalists regarding the media programme and the press office at the FENS Forum 2024 should be directed to the FENS communication team and the FENS Forum 2024 press officers at: communications@fens.org and info@ricemasonnoble.eu.

REGISTRATION SECRETARIAT​

E-mail: fensforum_registration@kit-group.org