TURING CENTENARY CONFERENCE
CiE 2012 - How the World Computes

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Registration

Registration

The Registration for CiE 2012 is now open here. In order to register, you will need to create an account with the online store of the University of Cambridge. The registration fee is due immediately, payment proceeds via credit/debit card. There is an early bird discount for registrations prior to May 24th, and online registration will no longer be possible after June 8th.

Registration categories

Fee earlyFee lateDescription
Standard registration£180£240Choose this category if no other applies.
Student registration£90£120You may choose this category if you are a (PhD) student or equivalent. Those registering as students will not receive the printed LNCS proceedings, but are not disadvantaged otherwise.

Registration for DCM

The registration process for the DCM workshop is integrated with the CiE registration. If you wish to attend both, please register normally (e.g. standard or student registration) for CiE and tick the box DCM registration at the bottom of the Programme page. If you only wish to attend DCM, but not CiE, use the option DCM registration only at the beginning. In any case, registration for DCM is £50 before May 24th and £60 after.

Additional options

The excursion to Bletchley Park (£20), the banquet in King's College (£45) and student rooms at Anglia Ruskin (£45 per night, some nights are already fully booked) can all be chosen as additional options at the Programme stage of the registration process. Note that these options are not available to those registering only for DCM. All of these only allow a limited number of participants, and may become unavailable when booked out.

Accompanying persons

Participants of CiE are welcome to bring persons (e.g. spouses) traveling with them to the excursion or the banquet. In order to do so, please register your guest using the Accompanying person category. You can select either the excursion, the dinner or both in a later step. When registering an accompanying person, you will be asked to provide the name of the respective CiE participant. As spaces are limited, please be aware that we will accept no more than two accompanying persons per participant.

Association for Computability in Europe (ACiE)

All participants of CiE 2012, unless they object, become members of the Association for Computability in Europe (ACiE). Membership is currently free, and includes access to the associations online journal "Computability". You can choose to reject the membership in the Questionnaire stage of the registration process.
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