Registration for the 4th Science with the GTC Meeting should be done via the On-line Registration Form. Once registered, you can log in into your personal account to add/modify your talk or poster abstracts, as well as all your personal data (until the deadline).
The fee (250 Euros; Students: 150 Euros) should be paid by credit card –only VISA or MASTER card are accepted– and will be charged the day after the deadline (No checks are accepted). For credit card payment, please print the Credit Card Payment Form pdf (or WS Word); fill in all applicable fields with CAPITAL LETTERS, and submit it ONLY by fax to the LOC (Fax: +34 922 605 298). Please note that after October 15th the fee will increase to 350€ (200€ for students)
Bank transfer: Please note that the bank transfer has to be free of charge for the receiver.
QUOTE YOUR NAME and the reference: GTC2011 with your bank transfer.
Account Holder's Name: Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC)
Bank name: Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria
Bank address: C/ Obispo Rey Redondo, 25
Bank account number: 0182 0772 48 0201 564101
Bank: 0182; Branch: 0772; Sorting code: 48; Account number: 0201564101
IBAN: ES50 0182 0772 48 0201 564101 BIC: BBVAESMMXXX
Please, send a scanned copy of your bank transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Registration Fee covers: coffee breaks, conference material, abstract booklet, proceedings volume, and those social events organized by the LOC (welcome cocktail and conference dinner).
The receipt for your registration fee and a copy of the amount charged to your credit card will be attached to the badge that you will get at the Registration Desk, upon arrival.
For accompanying persons attending to the dinner, we do ask for a fee of 40.00 Euro (children, 10 Euro). Please indicate the number of the accompanying person(s) in the Credit Card Payment Form. For other requests, please contact the LOC (email@example.com).
No visa is required for citizens from the European Union countries.
Spain has agreements for visa exception with many countries, such as: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, Guatemala, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, San Marino, Switzerland, Uruguay, USA, Venezuela. Citizens from those countries do not need a visa to enter and stay in Spain for up to 90 days.
Citizens from all other countries do need a tourist visa to enter Spain. This kind of visa provides coverage for attending scientific conferences, seminars, or meetings. In order to request a tourist visa, you have to contact the Spanish Embassy/Consulate <http://www.embassiesabroad.com/embassies-of/Spain> nearest to your city. This must be done several months before the conference is set to take place, since visa applications can take quite some time.
Letter of invitation
We will provide a letter of invitation for those participants who request one. If you need such a letter, please send us an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the following information:
1. Full name, passport number and country of issue.
2. Full mailing address and a fax number.
3. Names and passport numbers of your accompanying persons, if any.
Please, be sure to provide your name and the names of your accompanying persons exactly as written in the passports.