Where can I register for the 8ECM?
To register for the 8ECM, please visit https://8ecm.si/register.
Why should I save the registration confirmation link that was sent to my email?
With the registration confirmation link, you will be able to access your registration platform where you can edit and add information about yourself and your accompanying persons and complete your payment.
Additionally, you will be able to upload abstracts and posters for the 8ECM at a later date.
I would like to change and update some data in my registration form. However, I forgot how to access my profile. What should I do?
Each registrant has received a personalized link sent to their email when they first registered for the 8ECM. Try looking up the email in your inbox with a search function by Subject: Registration confirmation, and/or Sender:8ECM.
In case you can still not retrieve your personalized link, send an email to email@example.com.
Why do I have to declare my research interest in the registration form?
By declaring your research interest(s) you will help us choose the right size of lecture halls. Also, if you declare two research interests we will try not to schedule talks that might interest you in parallel. We suggest that you review your answers in the registration form and amend them accordingly.
Can my Institution pay the registration fee for me?
Yes, your institution can pay the registration fee. When completing the registration form, simply follow the registration process through the first stage where you enter your personal information and affiliation, then enter "Submit". With this, you have created your personal platform where you will be able to edit all information regarding your participation at the 8ECM.
In the second stage you will be able to add payment information. Choose the appropriate registration fee and proceed to checkout. There you will have the option to choose who will pay for the current order. Select the option "New Institution or company" and proceed to enter all the information about your institution. A PDF pro forma invoice will be generated (you can print it and/or save it) and you will be able to forward this to your administration office. It will have all the relevant information to enable your institution to make the payment.
After the payment is made, your registration is automatically confirmed, after which you will be notified via email.
Can I pay the registration fee online?
Yes. You can pay online with a credit card. VISA and MasterCard are accepted. You will be redirected to the Bank secure page. Your credit card/bank statement will show that the amount for the registration fee is paid to ABELIUM D.O.O. SI LJUBLJANA
Please visit the 8ECM website https://8ecm.si/for-participants/fees-and-registration for more information on Fees and Registration.
I have registered through the Online form but haven’t paid the registration fee. Does this mean I am registered for the 8ECM?
No. Please be advised that your registration is completed only after the registration fee is paid in full.
This also applies should you need an invitation letter (for visa purposes). Organizers of 8ECM will not issue any invitation letters for participants who have not completed their registration (e.g. paid the registration fee in full).
How can I actively participate at the 8ECM?
There are different ways to participate at the 8ECM. You can contribute with a short talk in a Minisymposium (MS), a general session and with a poster.
Abstracts and posters for general sessions and MS may be submitted through the personal registration platform in January 2020. The organizers of the MS will be responsible for approving abstracts submitted to their sessions.
Where can I apply with a poster?
Details of poster contributions will be announced shortly. You will have an option to participate with a printed poster or, in addition, with a 3-minute video poster presentation. There will be a competition for the best video posters: more information will follow shortly on our website.
How can I participate with a talk at the 8ECM?
You can apply with an abstract for a General session or a Minisymposium (MS). Abstracts and posters for special sessions and MS may be submitted through the personal registration platform in January 2020.
The organizers of the MS will be responsible for approving abstracts submitted to their sessions. The Local Scientific Committee will be responsible for approving talks for the General Session.
Can speakers contribute more than one talk at the 8ECM?
No. Only Plenary, Invited and Public speakers have the possibility to give an additional lecture at the 8ECM (namely within a MS or a special session).
What is a special session?
Each special session is named after one of the following 18 research areas
- Algebraic and Complex Geometry
- Analysis and its Applications
- Combinatorics and Discrete Mathematics
- Differential Geometry and Applications
- Dynamical Systems and Ordinary Differential Equations and Applications
- Logic and Mathematical Aspects of Computer Science
- Mathematical Image and Signal processing
- Mathematical Physics
- Mathematics Education and History of Mathematics
- Mathematics in Science and Technology
- Number Theory
- Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing
- Optimization and Control
- Partial Differential Equations and Applications
- Statistics and Financial Mathematics
Each contribution is assigned either to a minisyimposium or to one of the above 18 special sessions.
How long are the talks in a special session?
All talks in a special session are 20 min talks (including 5 min for questions and possible change of lecture rooms).
How long are the talks in a minisymposium?
There are 40 min, 30 min and 20 min talks. In each case, the last 5 min are for questions and a change of lecture rooms.
Is the MS Chair required to seek publication of MS contributions?
The MS Chair is indeed encouraged to seek publication of their participants' contributions, but this is something that will only be determined in more detail in the following months.
Can I apply with a proposal for an MS with more than 10 speakers?
Actually, larger minisymposia are preferred, so we highly encourage that you apply with more than 10 speakers. Remember, the application for proposals is open until 1 December 2019. For more information visit https://8ecm.si/open-calls/call-for-minisymposia
When applying, at least 10 tentative speakers must be provided in the proposal, but we encourage you to list as many speakers and poster presenters as possible. You can also add additional speakers later after your MS has already been confirmed.
Can speakers contribute more than one talk at the MS?
No, only Plenary, Invited and Public speakers have the possibility to give more than one lecture at the 8ECM.
Is it possible to apply with more than one proposal for the MS?
No. Each potential organizer can submit a maximum of one MS. Upon approval by the Organizing Committee, there is only one MS organizer (MS Chair).
How will the MS be scheduled?
MS will be scheduled in such a way that the start of the lectures is planned before noon, right after the Plenary talks. The sessions will be scheduled for the whole afternoon. In the case of larger minisymposia, sessions will be held on two consecutive days. A more detailed schedule will be formed in the following months.
Is it possible to have all MS talks of equal length?
Yes. An MS can consist of one Keynote talk (40 minutes), with all other presentations being short talks (of 20 minutes) instead of the 5 normal talks and 4 or more short talks, as is announced in the Open call. Additionally, it can contain any number of poster contributions.
Is it possible for our Math Society to have a business meeting during the 8ECM?
Yes, if your Society is a full member of the EMS and you expect at least 30 registered participants, it may hold a meeting during the 8ECM. A room and a timeslot will be assigned to your society. Please address your request to the Organizing Committee as soon as possible but no later than January 1, 2020.