You can register for ISSSTA´04 by following the link on the “Registration” page.
Note that all cited fees are in Australian Dollars (AUD).
You will receive a printable registration summary at the end of registration which includes a registration number. Please mention this
number if you have questions related to your registration.
You will receive a confirmation of your registration once your payment has been received and your registration has been accepted.
Please note that organisers need 3-5 working days to handle credit card charges and 8-10 working days to receive bank transfers.
Also note that you will need to apply for an Australian visa in order to be able to visit Australia.
Information on registration:
Ms. Eloise Sacks
fax. +61 (2) 9328 5537
The registration fee and accommodation for ISSSTA´04 can be paid either by credit card or by bank transfer.
Credit card payments can be made with VISA and MasterCard. No other credit cards (eg. AMEX and DINERS) are accepted.
We suggest students take full advantage of the tutorials and the symposium. They give students all access to the welcome reception, the banquet with delegate members, and sessions. If you're a student who requires financial aid to attend the conference, a short term online loan provides money to fund the event's expenses plus health and travel insurance, housing, and fare. If your educational institution is one of the colleges participating in the ISSSTA 2004 award, you could be allotted free plane tickets for you to attend this year's conference in Sydney.
Please use the information below to make a bank transfer. You must make sure that you fax a copy of the transfer to
Ms. Eloise Sacks, Conference Professionals (email@example.com) fax. +61 (2) 9328 5537.
Make sure that your name is clearly stated in the bank transfer document when you fax it.
Account Name: IEEE South Australia Section ISSSTA 2004
Account Number: 10545112
BSB Code: 065122
ABN number: 82 951 673 012
Reference: Please put your name as a reference
85a John Street
Salisbury, SA 5108
Visas and ETAs
All event participants, except for travelers with Australian or New Zealand passports, need a non-electronic 'label' visa or an ETA
(Electronic Travel Authority) to enter Australia. In most cases, delegates need a Short Stay Business visa.
Citizens of 33 countries
can benefit from Australia's ETA issuing system and have the possibility of submitting
their application for a Short Validity Business ETA through an electronic application system.
The Australian authority on visas - Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs,
Australian Missions overseas and accredited travel agents can give further information on visas for Australia.