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Fee types Until 30th 15th 20th May 2016 On or after 1st 16th 21st May 2016
SGAPEIO/SPE members 150€ 200€
SGAPEIO/SPE non-members 200€ 250€
SGAPEIO/SPE student members 50€ 50€
SGAPEIO/SPE student non-members 75€ 75€
Short course 60€ 80€
  • All registration fees, apart from the short course fee, cover the meeting documentation, the short course material and frequency, certificate of presence, coffee breaks, welcome reception, lunchs, social dinner and social activities.
  • The short course fee only covers the related material and frequency.
  • Membership fee: 2015 fee must be paid.
  • Student fees: students enrolled in undergraduate or master's courses must prove their status with a valid certificate.

Observation: Members of the Portuguese Association for the Classification and Analysis of Data (CLAD), of the Brazilian Statistical Association (ABE) of the Spanish Region of the IBS (Sociedad Española de Biometria) are, in what concerns the registration, considered members of SPE/SGAPEIO, after presenting a certificate of their membership with updated quotas (2015).


The fee payment is made by bank transfer (see bank details below) and the proof of payment must be attached to the registration form. The beneficiary with reduction of fee must send the certificate to email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Name (Beneficiary): Sociedade Galega para a Promoción da Estatística e da Investigación de Operacións - SGAPEIO
IBAN: ES11 2080 0314 3030 4001 9642

Data to be indicated by making the bank transfer:

  • First and last name of the participant
  • Subject: registration BIOAPP2016.

Note: The registration fee should be transferred in one payment and all bank transfer charges and commissions must be for sender's account.



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