- May I resubmit another version of my accepted paper after notification?
As off this year, you may update yourself the title and the abstract as well as send an updated PDF version of your paper until 11 April 2011 in order to incorporate suggestions from the reviewers. To upload your revised paper, click on the following link: http://www.euram2011.org/login
The Conference Team intends to publish all accepted papers on the conference website. The Scientific Committee and the Organisers believe that this inclusion is an important step in research dissemination and is a common procedure in high level scientific conferences. However, if you are opposed to this inclusion, you can indicate it under the following link (LUISA TO PROVIDE) no later than 11 April 2011. In this case, please bring 20 copies of your paper to the conference for distribution to delegates of your session.
2. When will I know if my submission is accepted?
You will be notified about the status of your submission after March 21st. If your notification is still pending by April 8th, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Will I receive the reviewers’ comments for my submission?
All submitters will receive the reviewers’ comments in their notification email that will be sent after March 21th. If your notification is still outstanding by April 8th, please send an email to email@example.com
4. Do I need to revise my paper based on the reviewers' comments?
The reviewers’ comments on your paper aim at improving your work as authors. They might help you in revising the actual version of the paper for a publication submission or, at least, in preparing your presentation for the EURAM conference.
Please contact your Track Chair if you require further information in order to prepare your presentation.
1. Is it possible to present my accepted paper on the day and time of my choice?
Our first priority is to elaborate sessions with 4 to 5 papers for each session that cover similar topics. We will try to satisfy your request (please, write an-email also to your track-chair), but we will only be able to confirm the time and day of your presentation after the Authors’ registration deadline (April 11th 2011) and your own registration to the Conference. The session programme will indeed contain papers that at least one author is registered for the conference.
We recommend that you make arrangements for the entire duration of the conference from 14:30 June 1st to 13:30 June 4th, 2011.
2. What audiovisual equipment will be provided?
Each meeting room is equipped with an LCD projector and screen. Should this not be the case, track chairs need to bring their own computer. The conference organizing team will contact those chairs in due course.
Some larger meeting rooms will have a microphone.
3. I am having trouble putting together my oral presentation. Can you please help?
Please follow the Guidelines for Preparing an Oral Presentation which will be posted on the website in due course.
4. Should I bring copies of my paper to the meeting?
We recommend that you take the emails or business cards of all the interested participants and email or mail the paper to them after the annual meeting.
5. How many people can I expect to attend the session that I am presenting in?
This is very difficult to say. Attendance varies from session to session. There is no way to control which session people want to go to. Session attendance depends on many factors such as the time of the session, the location of the session, the topic of interest, and other concurrent sessions.
6. Will there be internet access in the meeting room?
Yes. An open and free wireless connection is available at Estonian Business School as well at Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia conference centre. You will not need a personal password to go on the internet during your stay.
7. What do I need to do for the presentation?
We suggest you to prepare both some slides (and save them on a memory stick) and a speech no longer than 15/20 minutes. Your Track Chair will decide the session’s time.
1. What does my registration cover?
The registration fee covers:
- Admission to all academic sessions
- EURAM Membership fee for the calendar year 2012, i.e. starting on January 1st 2012. (Payment of this fee is required for attendance at the EURAM Conference)
- Handout materials and information package
- Tea / coffee breaks throughout the conference
- Conference lunches
- Welcome reception. Social events included in the conference program (the Gala Dinner is not included))
To view more details about registration fees, please go to http://www.euram2011.org/r/default.asp?iId=EJIMHI
2. As an author, co-author, chair or Track Chair, do I need to pay the registration fees to attend the conference?
All participants in EURAM conferences pay the full registration fees, including Board Members, Executive Committee Members and the President of the Academy himself!
3. Can an accompanying person attend the conference?
An accompanying person cannot participate in the academic programme. S/he may attend the events that are paid for upon registration (i.e. welcome reception and/or gala dinner). S/he will receive a badge that is different from the full participants’ badge.
4. How can I pay my registration fees?
Please check your details thoroughly and if you need the invoice/receipt to be sent to another address or your VAT number mentioned, please fill out the special box that appears just after the payment details.
Should you need an invoice with any of the data modified for your finance department, we shall send one after the conference, maximum 30 days after its completion.
5. Does EURAM have a VAT number?
EURAM is subject to VAT. When you register, you will receive two receipts:
- one for your membership of 2012 where 21% VAT will be included (Belgian VAT). The EURAM VAT Number is BE 0864.204.177.
- one for the conference registration itself where 20% VAT will be included (Estonian VAT). The EURAM VAT Number in Estonia is EE101429946.
6. Do I receive a confirmation of my registration?
Once the credit card has successfully been processed, an electronic receipt in PDF format is automatically sent to the delegate. This process can take will take a few minutes. Please be sure the contact e-mail listed is up-to-date and correct.
7. How do I cancel my registration for the EURAM Conference? Will I receive a refund?
To communicate your cancellation, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Cancellations made by 15 May 2011: reimbursement of 50% of the conference fee
Cancellations made after 15 May 2011: NO reimbursement
8. I would like to participate in the conference for a day only, is there a special rate?
The conference fees published on the website are the ones that we offer to all delegates.
EURAM does not offer a daily rate. We advise all authors, presenters, chairs and co-chairs to register for the conference by 11 April 2011 which is the deadline for the most attractive fee.
9. How can I obtain a letter of invitation for my visa procedure?
If you need an invitation letter to obtain an entry visa to Estonia, please send your request to email@example.com mentioning the word “Visa” in the subject.
To find out if you need a visa, clikc on the link http://www.vm.ee/?q=en/node/53
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1. As a doctoral student, will the registration fee be lower?
As a doctoral student, you can attend the Conference only for 320 Euro.
If you want attend the Doctoral Colloquium & Full Conference, the registration fee is 460Euro.
Fees quoted above include VAT:
To obtain more information, please have a look at the webpage where registration fees are published: http://www.euram2011.org/r/default.asp?iId=EJIMHI
2. What documents do I need to submit to prove my status?
When you register as a PhD student, you will be asked to upload a document which proves your status. In the registration process, you will need to upload a document once you are on "Step 2" of the registration process. The conference team shall approve it within 5 working days. You will then be invited to pay your registration on-line.
3. Can I attend the doctoral colloquium?
Doctoral Students who attend the Doctoral Colloquium have submitted their paper in January 2011 and have gone through a double-blind selection process. If you have not submitted your documents to the event and you have not received an acceptance letter, you cannot attend the doctoral colloquium.
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1. As a presenter, does the EURAM pay for any of my hotel or travel expenses?
2. How can I reserve a hotel room for the conference?
Participants may either book hotel accommodation on-line. Look section Travel & Accommodation/Hotel Information & Booking http://www.euram2011.org/r/default.asp?iId=ELELEL or book any other hotel in Tallinn of their choice.
3. How can I book a reservation for the Gala Dinner?
You select the optional registration for the Gala Dinner on the registration form.
Please use the on-line registration form on http://www.eiasm.org/euram2011/
4. Does the Conference registration rate include the price of the hotel room?
No. Registration fees and hotel rates are separate.
5. What are the advantages of staying at hotels recommended by the local organizing secretariat?
- Take advantage of registering for the conference and reserving a room directly from the EURAM website.
- Hotels provide EURAM with a block booking of rooms at the lowest possible rates to accommodate the expected number of attendees
- No, penalties apply if reservations are cancelled 3 days prior to the event
- You may rely on chosen a conference hotel for quality and safety.
- You will find networking easier and more enjoyable because those hotels have a large percentage of rooms dedicated to EURAM participants.
6. How do I cancel my reservation for the hotel? Will I receive a refund?
Cancellations must be provided in writing to the hotel directly. And you are liable to the following penalties that will be charged on the credit card given to secure the reservation:
In case of no-show first night penalty applies
7. Does the EURAM provide any transportation services to and from the airports/station?
EURAM does not provide transportation services to and from the airports/station.
To obtain more information about travelling to Tallinn by air or train and within the city, please visit: http://www.euram2011.org/r/default.asp?iId=EJKDII
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1. How can I obtain a certificate of attendance? What about other certificates for my co-authors, as a discussant, reviewer, discussant or chair?
At EURAM, we deliver additional certificates for reviewers ONLY, as their names are not printed in the programme. For all other roles, author, co-author, session chair, track chair, discussant, etc., which are printed in the programme, EURAM does not provide additional certificates.
For information about certificates, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Will there be conference proceedings?
No! The papers will be published on a website accessible to registered participants only. Abstracts, indeed, will be published in the e-book of abstracts and you will receive it when you register on-site together with your conference bag and badge.
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