Take a look at the practical and useful information below and you’ll find the answer to some of the most frequently asked questions before you pack your case.
- Do I have to register if I have been accepted as an author?
At least one of the authors must register in the full registration mode (general or independent artist) as a requirement for their contribution to be finally included in the proceedings. The rest of the authors can choose between the following options:
– Full registration, which gives full access to ISEA2022 Barcelona.
– Day pass, to attend only the day of the presentation.
– Do not register and, therefore, do not participate in ISEA2022 Barcelona. Non-registration does not imply in any case that your name will be removed from the proceedings or catalogue.
- Are there any discounts for students or independent artists?
Yes, for both. You can check the prices in the following link: https://isea2022.isea-international.org/registration/
Important: If you are a student, you must provide evidence of enrollment.
- Is there a deadline to be included in the program?
May 16 will be the last day to register with the option of being included in the program. All the authors that register from May 17 on will not be included in the program.
- Is ISEA2022 Barcelona a hybrid event?
No, ISEA2022 Barcelona is an on-site Symposium. After these years of pandemic, and after more than 10 years away from Europe, our desire is to reunite the community of artists, scientists, technologists and theorists to share their research along with their latest prototypes, technological developments or artistic works linked to science and technology.
- Can I present online?
There will be online sessions (not streamed on-site) during ISEA2022 Barcelona with the presentations of the authors that can not attend. In order to be included in the proceedings, at least one of the authors must register in the full registration mode.
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