Important Notes:

  • Please email info@doranatourism.com if you need any registration and payment assistance.
  • For questions regarding author submissions, please contact the IEEE TCLT Office at ieeetclt@gmail.com.
  • For all accepted papers in the main tracks (except DC tracks), an author registration is required (no matter if he or she is a student or not)..
  • For accepted paper in DC (Doctoral Consortium) track, the first author must be a student and he or she can use either of two options: IEEE student member and Student non member.
  • ICALT 2024 allows an author registration to add ONE 2nd paper fee to cover up to two accepted papers.
  • For conference committee members (e.g., conference founder, general chairs, general program chairs, advisory committee members, etc.) who have papers accepted, they still need to do author registration to cover their accepted papers unless the accepted paper already has co-author done the author registration for it.
  • There are limited additional Welcome Reception (usually in the evening of Day 1) Ticket and Banquet  (usually in the evening of Day 3) Ticket for registrants to purchase for family members or friends so they can join the registered participant for the Welcome Reception and/or Banquet.
  • All the registration fees and additional tickets are not including the tax in United States. So the total payment will be Fee + ticket price (if applies) + tax.

Registration Link: TBA

 

Author Registration (BEFORE May 3, 2024 )

  • for the accepted papers in the main tracks, doesn’t include DC track
    • IEEE Member (in-person participation): $390 USD + tax
      • 2nd Paper fee (an author registration can only cover ONE 2nd paper):  $150  USD + tax
    • IEEE Member (online participation): $250  USD + tax
      • 2nd Paper fee (an author registration can only cover ONE 2nd paper):  &150  USD + tax
    • Non IEEE Member (in-person participation): $470  USD + tax
      • 2nd Paper fee (an author registration can only cover ONE 2nd paper):  $180  USD + tax
    • Non IEEE Member (online participation): $300  USD+VAT
      • 2nd Paper fee (an author registration can only cover ONE 2nd paper):  $180  USD + tax
  • for the accepted papers in DC track (DC paper’s first author needs to be a doctoral student)
    • IEEE Student Member (in-person participation): $280  USD + tax
      • not allow to cover 2nd paper
    • IEEE Student Member (online participation): $180  USD + tax
      • not allow to cover 2nd paper
    • Student Non Member (in-person participation): $330  USD + tax
      • not allow to cover 2nd paper
    • Student Non Member (online participation): $210  USD + tax
      • not allow to cover 2nd paper
  • NOTE: By May 3, 2024  , any accepted paper without an author registration to cover will be removed from the conference as well as from conference proceedings.
  • NOTE: Join IEEE now (from March to the mid of August), the membership fee is even cheaper and students from some countries will even see 50% of regular fee. You may check it out at https://www.ieee.org/membership/join/dues.html.

 

Non-Author Registration

  • early bird, BEFORE May 24, 2024
    • IEEE Member
      • in-person participation: $120  USD + tax
      • online participation: $40  USD + tax
    • Non IEEE Member
      • in-person participation: $150  USD + tax
      • online participation: $50  USD + tax
    • IEEE Student Member
      • in-person participation: $90  USD + tax
      • online participation: $30  USD + tax
    • Student Non Member
      • in-person participation: $110  USD + tax
      • online participation: $40  USD + tax
    • Life Member
      • in-person participation: $70  USD + tax
      • online participation: $30  USD + tax
  • AFTER May 24, 2024
    • IEEE Member
      • in-person participation (can only register before June 12, 2024):  $140  USD + tax
      • online participation (can only register before June 20, 2024): $50  USD + tax
    • Non IEEE Member
      • in-person participation (can only register before June 12, 2024): $170  USD + tax
      • online participation (can only register before June 20, 2024): $60  USD + tax
    • IEEE Student Member
      • in-person participation (can only register before June 12, 2024): $110  USD + tax
      • online participation (can only register before June 20, 2024): $40  USD + tax
    • Student Non Member
      • in-person participation (can only register before June 12, 2024): $130  USD + tax
      • online participation (can only register before June 20, 2024): $50  USD + tax
    • Life Member
      • in-person participation (can only register before June 12, 2024): $70  USD + tax
      • online participation (can only register before June 20, 2024): $40 USD + tax
    • NOTE: Join IEEE now (from March to the mid of August), the membership fee is even cheaper and students from some countries will even see 50% of regular fee. You may check it out at https://www.ieee.org/membership/join/dues.html.

 

Registration Link: TBA


Scenario #1

  • Given three authors and one accepted paper as an example
  • Authors:
    • Author X is a student (either IEEE student member or a non-member)
    • Author Y is a student (either IEEE student member or a non-member)
    • Author Z is not a student (either IEEE member or a non-member)
  • Accepted papers:
    • Paper A is accepted by one of the main tracks and co-authored by Y, X, and Z
  • Potential Author Registration cases:
    • Case 1
      1. Although Author X and Y are students, for any paper accepted by the main tracks, it needs to have a regular author registration done by any of the co-authors.
      2. So either Author X or Y can can do author registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) to cover Paper A.
    • Case 2
      1. Author Z can do author registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) to cover Paper A.


Scenario #2

  • Given two authors and one accepted DC paper as an example
  • Authors:
    • Author X is a student (either IEEE student member or a non-member)
    • Author Z is not a student (either IEEE member or a non-member)
  • Accepted papers:
    • Paper C is accepted by DC (Doctoral Consortium) track and co-authored by X and Z.
  • Potential Author Registration cases:
    • Case 1
      1. Since Author X is a student and Paper C is an accepted DC paper — which means Author X must be the first author of Paper C.
      2. Due to accepted DC paper’s first author is eligible to use IEEE Student Member option or Student (Non Member) option for the author registration.
      3. Author X can do an Author Registration (with either IEEE Student Member option or Student Non Member option) for Paper C.
    • Case 2
      1. Although Paper C is an accepted DC paper, Author Z is not a student.
      2. Author Z can do author registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) to cover Paper C.


Scenario #3

  • Given three authors and two accepted papers as an example
  • Authors:
    • Author X is a student (either IEEE student member or a non-member)
    • Author Y is a student (either IEEE student member or a non-member)
    • Author Z is not a student (either IEEE member or a non-member)
  • Accepted papers:
    • Paper A is accepted by one of the main tracks and co-authored by Y, X, and Z
    • Paper B is accepted by one of the main tracks and co-authored by Z and Y
  • Potential Author Registration cases:
    • Since both of the accepted papers belong to the main tracks, any authors can only do author registration (with IEEE Member option Fee USD or Non IEEE Member option).
    • Case 1.
      1. Any one of the co-authors, i.e., Author X, Y, or Z, can do one author registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) plus 2nd paper fee (for IEEE member or for non IEEE member) to cover both of Paper A and B.
      2. However, due to there is only one author registrations, the registration will only allow the registered author to participate ICALT later since there is only one registration.
    • Case 2.
      1. Any TWO of the co-authors, can do a separate one author registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) to cover either Paper A and B.
      2. For instance, Author Y can do author registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) to cover Paper A.
      3. And Author Z can do author registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) to cover Paper B.
      4. In this case, two registered authors can participate ICALT later.


Scenario #4

  1. Given three authors and two accepted papers (in which one is a DC paper) as an example
  2. Authors:
    • Author X is a student (either IEEE student member or a non-member)
    • Author Y is a student (either IEEE student member or a non-member)
    • Author Z is not a student (either IEEE member or a non-member)
  3. Accepted papers:
    • Paper A is accepted by one of the main tracks and co-authored by Y, X, and Z
    • Paper C is accepted by DC (Doctoral Consortium) track and co-authored by X and Z.
  4. Potential Author Registration cases:
    • Although Author X and Y are students, for any paper accepted by the main tracks, it needs to have a regular author registration done by any of the co-authors.
    • Since Author X is a student and Paper C is an accepted DC paper — which means Author X must be the first author of Paper C.
    • Due to accepted DC paper’s first author is eligible to use IEEE Student Member option or Student (Non Member) option for the author registration.
    • There is no 2nd paper option for an author registration for an accepted DC paper.
    • Case 1
      1. Author X can do an Author Registration (with either IEEE Student Member option or Student Non Member option) for Paper C.
      2. And any one of the co-authors (including Author X), can do one more author registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) to cover Paper A.
      3. In this case, there will be two registered authors to participate ICALT later.
    • Case 2
      1. Author X can do an Author Registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) plus 2nd paper fee (for IEEE member or for non IEEE member) to cover both of Paper A and C.
      2. Due to there is only one author registrations, the registration will only allow one registered author to participate ICALT later since there is only one registration.
    • Case 3
      1. Author Z can do one author registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) plus 2nd paper fee (for IEEE member or for non IEEE member) to cover both of Paper A and C.
      2. Due to there is only one author registrations, the registration will only allow one registered author to participate ICALT later since there is only one registration.
    • Case 4
      1. Author Y can do one author registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) to cover both of Paper A.
      2. Author Z can do one author registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) to cover both of Paper C.
      3. In this case, two registered authors can participate ICALT later.


Scenario #5

  • Given three authors and three accepted papers as an example
  • Authors:
    • Author X is a student (either IEEE student member or a non-member)
    • Author Y is a student (either IEEE student member or a non-member)
    • Author Z is not a student (either IEEE member or a non-member)
  • Accepted papers:
    • Paper A is accepted by one of the main tracks and co-authored by Y, X, and Z
    • Paper B is accepted by one of the main tracks and co-authored by Z and Y
    • Paper C is accepted by DC (Doctoral Consortium) track and co-authored by X and Z.
  • Potential Author Registration cases:
    • Case 1.
      1. Author Z is a co-author of all three papers. However, an author registration plus 2nd paper fee can only cover two papers.
      2. So Author Z can do author registration (with IEEE Member or Non IEEE Member option) twice
        • one author registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) plus 2nd paper fee (for IEEE member or for non IEEE member) to cover Paper A and B; and
        • second author registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) to cover Paper C.
      3. Two registered authors can participate ICALT later.
    • Case 2.
      1. Since Author X is a student and Paper C is an accepted DC paper — which means Author X must be the first author of Paper C.
      2. Due to accepted DC paper’s first author is eligible to use IEEE Student Member option or Student (Non Member) option for the author registration, Author X can do an Author Registration (with either IEEE Student Member option or Student Non Member option) for Paper C.
      3. Due to student fee options are not eligible for papers accepted by any main tracks, Author X or Y can do an author registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) plus 2nd paper fee (for IEEE member or for non IEEE member) to cover Paper A and B.
      4. Two registered authors can participate ICALT later.
    • Case 3.
      1. Author X can do an Author Registration (with either IEEE Student Member option or Student Non Member option) for Paper C;
      2. Due to student fee options are not eligible for papers accepted by any main tracks, Author Y (even he/she is a student) will still need do an author registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) for Paper A; and,
      3. Author Z can do an author registration (with IEEE Member option or Non IEEE Member option) for Paper B.
      4. In total, three registered authors can participate ICALT later.