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IPVE 2016

IPVE 2016

13th International Plant Virus Epidemiology Symposium

Registration is open from 16 November 2015 to 30 April 2016
  • If you wish to register without submitting an abstract, click on "Register to the symposium" at the bottom of this page
  • If you have already submitted an abstract and have an account, click on Login to speed up your registration
  • While registering, please select only one package per participant. If you want to register another participant from the same lab, click on "Register another person" at the bottom of the registration page. You can register up to 6 persons per registration form. If you want separate invoices, make separate registrations
  • If you want to register an accompagnying person, make a separate registration.
Registration fees (including VAT)


until 30 April 2016

Regular                      480 €
Student (send a scan of your current student card to 400 €
Accompanying person 180 €

Regular and student registration fees include: Accompanying person registration fee includes:

Delegate bag with symposium material including book of abstracts

Attendance to all scientific sessions

Coffee/tea breaks

Lunches (6-10 June 2016)


Welcome reception (6 June 2016)

Visit (INRA Plant Pathology Unit or Les Baux de Provence) and wine tasting (8 June 2016)

Visit of the Popes’ Palace and gala dinner (9 June 2016)

Welcome reception (6 June 2016)

Visit of Les Baux de Provence and wine tasting (8 June 2016)

Visit of the Popes’ Palace and gala dinner (9 June 2016)

Mode of payment
  • Credit cards : CB, Visa, Master Card (online payment through secure link)
  • Bank transfer in Euros to:
Account holder Bank
Domaine St Paul – Site Agroparc
84914 Avignon Cedex 9, FRANCE
Trésor Public
 DDFIP Vaucluse- Service Dépôts de Fonds
 CS 90043-Cité Administrative
 84098 Avignon cedex 9, FRANCE

for transfers within France (RIB):  

Code banque Code guichet N° Compte Clé Domiciliation
10071 84000 00001002444 47 TPAVIGNON

for international transfers (IBAN + BIC):

International Bank Account Number (IBAN) Bank Identifier Code (BIC)
FR76 1007 1840 0000 0010 0244 447 TRPUFRP1

To ensure that the payment is credited to your registration, please make sure that "IPVE 2016" and the name of the participant are indicated on the bank transfer information

  • Bank cheque in Euros (labelled to the order of "Agent Comptable de l'INRA")
  • Order form (INRA staff and and employees of institutions)
Please send the cheque or the order form, together with a copy of your registration summary, to the address indicated below
INRA – Unité de Pathologie végétale
Secrétariat IPVE 2016
67, allée des chênes
CS 60094
F-84143 Montfavet Cedex, FRANCE


Registration closed on Saturday 30 April 2016