October 10, 2016: Early Registration Discount Ends (Fee goes up after October 11)
October 31, 2016: Advnace Registration Closes
Registration for technical sessions is open to all members of the scientific and technical community.
The registration fee includes: admission to the conference and all coffee breaks, lunches, the ice breaker, and the conference banquet for the attendee only, and 1 copy of the Conference Digest on CD-ROM.
|On or before
October 10, 2016
|After October 11, 2016
and on-site registration
IEEE Life Member
Additional Ice Breaker
Registration Deadline: October 31, 2016
Advance registration will be closed on October 31, 2016. The on-line registration system will be closed after midnight of October 31, 2016 (Japan Standard Time.) If you have failed to register before the deadline, you may come to the conference and register on-site.
On-line regsitration will be available in April 2016.
The University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus, where AUV 2016 will be held, is easily accessible by train from Komaba Todai Mae Station. There are a number of hotels in within vicinity of SHIBUYA station, which is two stops away from the Komaba Todai Mae Station.
Shibuya offers several hotel choices in varying price ranges. You can look for these hotels from various hotel sites, such as Expedia or Hotels.com or JapaniCan.com.
There are no hotels within walking distance of the venue of AUV 2016.
All foreign visitors entering Japan must have a valid passport. Participants from countries requiring a visa should apply to the Japanese consular office or diplomatic mission in their country prior to departure. For details, participants should contact their local travel agents or consular offices.
General information on visa is also available on-line from URL of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.
For inquiries regarding individual visa application, please contact the secretariat.
Only Japanese yen is accepted at regular stores and restaurants. Foreign currency exchange is available at the airports, leading banks and hotels on presentation of your passport. Bank business hours are form 9:00am to 3:00pm, Monday through Friday.
Traveler's Checks and Credit Cards
Traveler's checks are not as popular in Japan as in other countries and are accepted only by banks and major hotels in principal cities. Major credit cards (Master Card, Diners Club, Visa, American Express) are widely accepted at hotels, department stores, shops and restaurants.
There is no custom of individual tipping in Japan. Tips are usually included in the bill as a service charge, if needed.
Japan operates on 100-110 volts for electrical appliances. The frequency is 50 Hz in eastern/northern Japan, including Tokyo. The power receptacles are the same type as the ones used in the United States. European residents are advised to bring a plug adapter.
Conference organizers will not accept responsibility for individual, medical, travel or personal insurance, and participants are advised to take out their own insurance policies.
The climate is cool in Tokyo during the period of the conference will be mild with the average temperature around 20C.
Access to Tokyo
You will find useful information for your trip to Tokyo from the link below.