Thanks to the JENNIFER2 program*, a very special rate is available to support young scientists’ participation to NDIP20.
*JENNIFER2 (Japan and Europe Network for Neutrino and Intensity Frontier Experimental Research) is funded under the Horizon2020 program of the European Union as a Marie Sklodowska Curie Action of the RISE program and includes among its activities a work package dedicated to photodetectors. JENNIFER2 is committed to promote training and dissemination in the scientific fields in which it is involved, and supports the participation of young students to the NDIP conference, an outstanding European event in photon detection.
Before June 15, 2022
After June 15, 2022
|First 10 Under graduate students (2 max/lab)
|Students (Master level or lower) must prove to be students registered in a University - Late cancellation or no show will cause a charge of € 205 VAT incl.**
|From 11th Under graduate students' rate
|€ 170 VAT incl.***
|€ 205 VAT incl.
|Students (Master level or lower) must prove to be students registered in a University
** The committee will confirm the free rate in person. 2 students max. per laboratory. The first 10 students to register in time will be granted. Undergraduate students pre-registered after an abstract submission will have the priority. Students must attend the entire conference and attend the tutorial sessions. In case of cancellation after May 15, 2022 or no show at the conference, the registration will be due and an invoice will be sent to the lab (€ 205 VAT incl.). Supervisors are encouraged to join the conference and submit abstracts as well. Their participation is under regular fees.
*** Students must attend the entire conference and attend the tutorial sessions. Supervisors are encouraged to join and submit. Their participation is under regular fees.
All payments in Euros – all fees include VAT.
Note that there is no financial support any longer from ISTC for our colleagues from East Europa.