Frequently Asked Questions

 
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We will let first authors know whether their abstract has been accepted by 1st May 2017. For more information on other important dates click here.
All attendees, whether presenting or not, all authors and co-authors are required to pay the conference fees. If you book before 31st May 2017, you will benefit from Early Booking rates and some people may be able to access student discounts, low income countries or ATEE member discount. For more information on prices, visit the page Conference Fee.
After the initial round of abstract review, all accepted and registered authors will be invited to submit full paper submissions for the proceedings publications. All manuscripts must be submitted electronically on our website until 31 December 2017.
The official language of the conference is English. All abstracts should be submitted in English and all presentations should be delivered in English.
Unfortunately not - all presenters must attend the conference and present in person.
No. The conference fee does not include the Social Dinner. More information about the Social Programme, including booking a seat at the Social Dinner is available here. Early booking is recommended.
The currency in Croatia is the Kuna (HRK). Most shops, restaurants and hotels should accept credit cards. Visa and MasterCard are the most widely accepted. Most banks have ATMs where you can access your debit or credit account.
The seaside resort of Dubrovnik is still fairly warm during October, but the temperature is noticeably lower and much more rainy than the summertime. In October the average temperature is 18˚C/ 64˚F. For more information visit the following website.
Some information about the accommodation can be found on the following web pages: Hotel Dubrovnik Palace, Hotel Kompas Dubrovnik and Maestral Hotels.
No, the conference is not held in the centre of Dubrovnik. Just a few minutes’ drive northwest of medieval Dubrovnik Old Town. For more information visit the page Conference venue.
The conference fee covers provision of refreshments during breaks (including tea, coffee, water and some snacks) and three lunches (from Monday to Wednesday).
220 volts/50Hz. Plugs are 2 pronged and rounded, bring an adapter for your phone, tablet, laptop, etc. Mainland Europe’s plugs are mostly the same except for the UK's which are 3 pronged and flat.
Croatian Embassy or Consulate in your country will provide further information regarding this. Please visit their website(s) for details.
Everyone entering Croatia must have a valid passport, or in the case of European Union Member States, a national identity card. Visas are required for some countries. Conference participants should check their requirement by visiting the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Affairs website.
Should you require a letter of invitation to support any visa application we will gladly provide this to anyone who has purchased their conference ticket or has submitted and have had their paper accepted for the conference. To obtain your letter of invitation please email [email protected] with the following: full name, address, nationality, passport number, dates of travel to Croatia, title(s) of paper(s) submitted and/or conference booking number. Please note ATEE 2017, nor any of its partners, accepts any responsibility for any financial loss relating to inability of an individual to obtain the requisite travel documents.