|Category||SBC, ACM or AIS||Until April 13th, 2016||Between Apr 14th and 30th, 2016||After May 1st, 2016|
|Professional||Non-Member||R$ 390||R$ 440||R$ 490|
|Professional||Member||R$ 330||R$ 380||R$ 430|
|Graduate Student||Non-Member||R$ 200||R$ 250||R$ 300|
|Graduate Student||Member||R$ 160||R$ 210||R$ 260|
|Undergraduate Student||Non-Member||R$ 90||R$ 110||R$ 130|
|Undergraduate Student||Member||R$ 70||R$ 90||R$ 110|
Registrants will receive a registration kit and will be allowed to attend keynote speeches, panels, technical sessions, EISI, WTDSI and WICSI workshops and the GranDSI-BR seminar. There is an additional fee per short course.
Members of SBC, AIS ou ACM must have paid the 2016 membership fees to be entitled to the reduced fares for society members. Proof of membership will be requested at the registration desk.
One registration is required for each accepted paper. Authors with more than one paper need a different registration for each paper.
Papers accepted in the main track, EISI and GraDSI-BR will be published in the proceedings only if at least one author is registered as ‘Professional’.
WTDSI papers require that at least one author be registered as ‘Graduate Student’ or in a higher category.
WICSI papers require that at least one author be registered as ‘Undergraduate Student’ or in a higher category.
Students, including society members, must present a proof of enrollment at the registration desk. Documents must be valid during the symposium dates. Documents without a issuing/expiration date will not be accepted.
Additional Fee for Short Course
|Category||SBC, ACM or AIS||Until April 13th, 2016||Between April 14th and 30th, 2016||After May 1st, 2016|
|Professional||Non-Member||R$ 80||R$ 90||R$ 100|
|Professional||Member||R$ 70||R$ 80||R$ 90|
|Graduate Student||Non-Member||R$ 60||R$ 70||R$ 80|
|Graduate Student||Member||R$ 50||R$ 60||R$ 70|
|Undergraduate Student||Non-Member||R$ 40||R$ 50||R$ 60|
|Undergraduate Student||Member||R$ 30||R$ 40||R$ 50|
Registration in the main event is required to register in short courses.