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Spatial Accuracy 2016

Spatial Accuracy 2016

     Standard     €350.00 + VAT @ 20% = €420.00
    Students     €300.00 + VAT @ 20% = €360.00
    Full-day Workshops Standard     €60.00 + VAT @ 20% = €72.00
    Full-day Workshops Student     €30.00 + VAT @ 20% = €36.00
    Half-day Workshops Standard     €30.00+ VAT @ 20% = €36.00
    Half-day Workshops Student     €15.00 + VAT @ 20% = €18.00
    Gala Dinner     €50 + VAT @ 20% = €60.00
    1-day option     €150.00 + VAT @ 20% = €180.00
    Accompanying person option     €100.00 + VAT @ 20% = €120.00
The registration fee includes
  • Access to conference sessions
  • Full conference materials including a program booklet, access to the abstracts,
  • Montpellier transportation tickets
  • Welcome coffees, mid-session refreshments, as scheduled in the conference programme and lunch on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
  • Field trips and visits on thursday afternoon
  • Transportation to Gala Dinner
  • Workshop materials for Workshops registration
Mode of payment

Credit Card

Bank Transfer in Euros

Order form 

  • CB
  • Visa
  • Master Card

Online payment through secure link

For transfers within France (RIB)

Account holder   
 2 place Pierre Viala
 34060 Montpellier cedex01, France 
 Bank name
 DRFIP de l’Hérault
 334 all Henry 2 de Montmorency
 34954 Montpellier cedex 02

 Code Bank 10071
 Code Guichet 34000
 N°Cpte 00001003515 Clé 31
 Domiciliation TPMONTPELLIER

For international transfers

IBAN : International Bank Account Number
FR76  1007  1340  0000  0010  0351  531
BIC : Bank Identifier Code

To ensure that the payment is credited
to your registration, please make sure
that "Spatial Accuracy2016",
and the name of the participant are indicated
on the bank transfer information

Inra staff and employees of institutions

Obligatory for Inra  payment 

Please send:
  • The order form
  • Copy of your registration summary

To the address indicated below :

UMR Lisah Spatial Accuracy 2016
2 place Pierre Viala
34060 Montpellier cx2

Late registration until 21st June 2016

* : due to limited classroom capacities, workshop participant to the full spatial accuracy symposium will be prioritorized.

Cancellation information

100 % refund possible before 20 June 2016. No refund after that date.

Contact :

Registration closed on Saturday 23 July 2016