We have opened a waitlist form in case someone drops out or an instructor decides to add spaces. If you are already registered for the conference and would like to add a workshop, please use your orginal confirmation email to "Edit Order" and do not create a duplicate registration.
|Type||Early Bird (Extended until June 3 11:59 PM EDT)||Regular Rates (Until June 20 11:59 PM EDT)||After Conference Start on June 21||Workshop Fees|
|Students: Undergraduate and Graduate||$55||$65||$80||$25 half-day, $50 full-day|
|Postdoctoral Scholars||$70||$80||$95||$25 half-day, $50 full-day|
|Faculty||$110||$120||$135||$50 half-day, $100 full-day|
|Commercial and governmental||$150||$160||$175||$50 half-day, $100 full-day|
|Single day, preconference||$35||$40||$50||$50 half-day, $100 full-day|
You will have the option to pay immediately by credit and debit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover). For registrants after June 20, we do not allow pay later options. If this poses a serious impediment to you, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All credit card charges will show on your statement from IUBL-Conference Web.
Cancellation up to the date of conference will be subject to a $15 fee.
Registration gives you access to all Networks 2021 preconference and main activities (not including workshops) between June 21 and July 10, and the ability to review recorded sessions for at least one month after the conference closes AND complimentary annual membership to the Network Science Society (through June 2022) and membership to the International Network of Social Network Analysis through Dec 31, 2021.
The total budget for this conference is somewhere around $172k (not including workshop income, which is largely a pass-through) and is being subisdized by local IUNI and a few select sponsors. Sixty percent of the conference expenses are going directly to the two societies in lieu of charging any membership fees. Both societies rely on membership/conference income to keep their operations running. About 14% of expenses relate to registration fee collection, and the remaining 26% is conference software costs (Whova and OpenConf) and staffing the live sessions with events personnel to ensure they run smoothly. Both societies wished to keep fees for students and scholars from low-resource institutions as low as possible, and we have worked hard to contain costs to do so.
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