ICCAS 2003 registration can be made by using the on-line registration (USD-based or Korean Won-based ) or completing the separate registration form (English or Korean ) and sending it by mail or fax to the following address:
||ICCAS 2003 Secretariat
Korea Science & Technology B/D Rm. 406,
625-4 Yeoksam-Dong Kangnam-Gu, Seoul 135-703 Korea
Phone: +82-2-508-5801, Fax: +82-2-555-4746
Registration fees may be paid in advance by credit card, bank draft or bank transfer. At the Conference site, cash will also be accepted.
At least one of the authors must make an advance registration by August 15, 2003 in order for their paper to be included in the final program of the conference.
Conference registration includes a CD-ROM proceeding (all accepted
papers), a digest book, two lunch coupons and a banquet ticket
(not included for student registration).
Students are defined as full-time students, enrolled for degrees
or diplomas with a university or another similar institution.
Student status must be certified by the student's institution
Registration fees will be refunded with a cancellation fee of
$20 (or 20,000 won) if written notification is received before
August 15, 2003. After this date, no refund will be made (no refunds
will be given for non-attendance).
International : On-line registration (registration
Domestic : On-line registration (registration
| Paper Submission Guideline
- Final version of your paper in the PDF format must be submitted
by August 15, 2003 through the conference website. Your paper
should be prepared based on the ICCAS 2003 style file which can
be found at the “Style File of Full Paper” of “Author’s Kit.”
The page limit for each paper is six pages, but a maximum of 2
additional pages will be permitted at an extra page charge of
US$30 per page.
- A digest of your paper must be submitted together with your
paper by August 15, 2003.
The plenary speeches will have 50 minutes for presentation and
discussion. The Invited speeches will 40 minutes for presentation
and discussion.The regular oral presentation will have 20 minutes
for presentation and discussion (15 minutes for presentation and
5 minutes for discussion).
For poster sessions, each author is provided with a bulletin
board on which a summary of the paper can be displayed. The speaker
must stay near the bulletin board during the session to answer
the questions of attendees. In order to ensure a high quality
presentations, all poster materials must be in a printed form
(handwritten texts will not be accepted). The board is 1m wide
and 2.5m high.
* Presentation Time: 1 hour 40 minutes
* The authors should prepare their own poster presentation at
least 15 minutes prior to the beginning of each poster session.
* At least one author should keep his position and answer to the
* After the session, the authors must clean up their panels within
* Poster guideline