registration

Registration Type Early bird, until June 17 Late registration, until July 19
IEEE member
$700
$800
Non-member
$800
$900
Student member
$400
$500
Student non-member
$500
$600
Life member
$400
$500
  • Each registration includes attendance to all technical sessions, including tutorials, workshops, panels, welcome reception, coffee breaks, and the banquet during the main conference.
  • An accepted paper (full or auxiliary) will be published in the Proceedings only if the final camera-ready version is accompanied by the payment of at least one Author Registration (same rate as IEEE Member or Non-Member) for one of the authors (even if all authors of the paper are students, i.e., a student registration does not cover any papers) by June 17.
  • No accepted paper is included in the Proceedings without the payment of the required registration fee.
  • Each Author Registration covers a maximum of two papers. Additional papers can be added for a charge of $200 each. A single registrant can cover a maximum of 5 papers total.
  • IEEE reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference, including IEEE Xplore® Digital Library, if the paper is not presented by the author at the conference. Additional details can be found here.

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Cancellation

  • There will be an administrative fee of US$100 for cancelled registrations. You may only cancel your registration before the cancellation deadline of June 30, 2024. 
  • After June 30, 2024, no refunds are possible

IEEE CIS Travel and Participation Grants

IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) is pleased to offer three types of Travel grants to the IEEE CIS members who are interested to present their papers in-person at IEEE CoG 2024:

  • IEEE CIS Conference Travel Grant for Students: This program offers a limited number of grants to assist IEEE CIS Student Members to travel to attend IEEE CIS conferences and present their papers.
  • IEEE CIS Conference Travel Grant for Researchers from Developing Countries: This program offers a limited number of travel grants to assist IEEE CIS Members of any grade higher than Student to travel to attend IEEE CIS conferences and present their papers. 
  • IEEE CIS “Industry Early Career” Travel Grant: This program offers a limited number of travel grants to assist IEEE-CIS Members working in industry, who are within 2 years of their graduation, to travel to attend IEEE CIS conferences and present their papers. 

The grant will be in the form of digital reimbursement of a fixed amount after the in-person participation in the conference as a registered attendee. The approved amount will be typically USD $600 for intra-continental (within Europe) participants, and USD $1,200 for inter-continental (outside Europe) participants.  

For full instructions on how to apply and the application submission link, please visit IEEE CIS Conference Participation and Travel Grants page: https://cis.ieee.org/activities/membership-activities/travel-grants

For any queries regarding the grants, please contact the CIS travel grants subcommittee chair: Dr. Yi Mei (yi.mei@ecs.vuw.ac.nz).

The applications can be submitted after the paper notifications have been sent, up to the deadline of 9 June 2024. The outcomes will be communicated by end of June. 

Remote Participation

  • IEEE CoG 2024 is primarily an in-person conference. However, we recognize that various factors may prevent some authors from attending physically, including travel limitations. Therefore, we will offer the option of remote presentations although we reserve the right to select the modalities that best suit the conference’s needs, depending on the number of remote presentations and schedule constraints.
  • It will be the responsibility of remote presenters to follow the organizers’ instructions regarding the modalities of remote presentation and any assigned time slots.
  • At least one remote author must register for the conference by the payment of one regular registration (IEEE Member or Non-Member) by June 7. After registration, make an official request for remote presentation at ieeecog2024@gmail.com.

Travel Visa

  • If you are not a EU citizen, you may need a visa for entry into Italy.  For additional information regarding visas and/or passports, please visit either Italian Foreign Office or the EU page on Visa for Schengen area.
  • Do not delay in making VISA arrangements for entry into Italy. Such arrangements are the responsibility of attendees and may require some time.
  • Authors will have access to a customized invitation letter upon you paid your registration fee.

Code of Conduct

IEEE CoG 2024 follows IEEE’s nondisrimination policy, which prohibits discrimination, harassment, and bullying against any person for any reason (e.g., age, race, political affiliation), and IEEE’s Code of Ethics, which commits members to the highest ethical and professional conduct. The organization further commits to providing a harassment-free, accessible, and pleasant conference experience where every participant feels welcome and included. Participants can contact any member of the Organization in confidence. They can also make use of IEEE’s Ethics Reporting Line

venue

The venue of the conference will be the building Trifoglio, which is an iconic building of the main campus (Leonardo) of the Politecnico di Milano, designed in the 60s by the Italian designer and architect Gio Ponti and recently renewed.

Address of the venue: Via Edoardo Bonardi, 13, 20133 Milano MI, Italia

accomodation

Hotels

There are several hotels available within walking distance from the university and the participants could also choose to stay more close to the city center, which is easy to reach with public transport. Click below for a map of suggested hotels (please notice that the conference venue is building Trifoglio in Campus Leonardo of Politecnico di Milano). 

Hostels

As an additional option for your accomodation, here is a list of recommended hostels in Milan:

Ostello Bello Nominated the Best Hostel in Italy by Hostelworld. A few blocks away from Duomo, this hostel offers single beds in 8 and 6 person dorms, as well as private double rooms.
Ostello Bello Grande Just 100 meters away from Milan Central Train Station (Milano Centrale), this hostel offers single, double, and triple rooms, and well as single beds in 8 and 6 person dorms, and family rooms.
Madama Hostel & Bistrot It is 5 minutes walk from the Lodi underground station (M3 – Gialla). Piazza Duomo, is only 4 metro stops away, and the congress venue is on the same underground line (38 minutes away).

transportation

Milan has three main airports: Malpensa (MXP), Linate (LIN), and Bergamo Orio al Serio (BGY), offering extensive domestic and international connections. From Malpensa, you can take the Malpensa Express train or a bus to the city, with a travel time of about an hour. Linate is closer to Milan and accessible via the Blue Metro line (M5) and bus no. 73, among other options. Orio al Serio, near Bergamo, also has bus connections to Milan.

 

Milan’s public transportation system includes five metro lines, the Passante Ferroviario (suburban train), and a network of buses and trams managed by ATM.

 
Here is a short transportation guide and a map with main airports and train stations of the city:

things to do

Milan, Italy’s fashion and design capital, is a vibrant metropolis renowned for its blend of historical architecture and modern skyscrapers. The city’s Quadrilatero della Moda, a high-end shopping district, is a paradise for luxury shoppers, featuring iconic brands like Prada, Gucci, and Versace.

 

Beyond fashion, Milan boasts a rich cultural heritage. The stunning Gothic Cathedral, Duomo di Milano, offers breathtaking views from its rooftop terraces. Art lovers can marvel at Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece, The Last Supper, housed in the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie. The historic La Scala Opera House provides world-class performances in a majestic setting.

 

Milan is also a hub for design and innovation, showcased annually at the Salone del Mobile, the largest furniture fair in the world. The city’s modern architecture, including the futuristic skyscrapers in Porta Nuova, complements its traditional landmarks.

 

For those seeking a blend of nature and culture, a trip to Lake Como is highly recommended. Just 40 minutes by train from Milan, Lake Como offers stunning alpine scenery, charming villages, and elegant villas. Visitors can enjoy leisurely boat trips, explore picturesque towns like Bellagio and Varenna, and experience the serene beauty of one of Italy’s most iconic lakes.

 

Feel free to contact us at ieeecog2024@gmail.com if you have further doubts or other needs!

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