In order to qualify for the reduced congress registration fee for FIP PSWC 2020, you must keep your FIP or CSPS membership at hand when you start to complete the online registration form. You will be requested to provide this number.
In order to qualify for the student fee, two conditions must be met:
(1) You must still be a graduate or post-graduate student.
(2) You must attach to your online registration an official document (.jpeg/.gif/.bmp/.png, max. 200Kb) proving your student status.
Unless the congress registration office has received satisfactory proof of your student status, the regular registration fee will apply.
You qualify for the Early Stage Scientist fee if you are a postdoc or a pharmaceutical scientist in the early stage of your career, and younger than 35 years of age.
In order to qualify for press registration, you must have applied for and been granted an official invitation from the FIP communications department via the “press and media” section of the congress website.
A participant can register up to two accompanying persons via the congress registration system. The fee for accompanying persons does NOT include admission to the sessions.
Day cards can only be purchased on site. Pre-registration for a day card is not possible.
Please note: It is not possible to exchange a full congress pre-registration into a day card.
The FIP Organising Committee, the Local Hosts, FIP Headquarters and MCI Amsterdam (hereafter called the organisers) may be not held responsible for any loss, injury or damage to any property, whatever the cause may be. Liability of persons and enterprises providing means of transportation or other services, however, remains unaffected. It is recommended that participants obtain adequate cover for travel, health and accident insurance before they depart from their countries. The organisers cannot accept responsibility for personal injuries, or loss of, or damage to, private property belonging to the congress participants. Should, for any reason outside the organisers’ control (including but not limited to acts of terrorism, extreme weather conditions and/or industrial action) the venue or speakers change, or the congress be cancelled, the organisers will endeavour to reschedule, but shall not be held responsible for any costs, damages or expenses incurred by registrants. If for any reason the organisers decide to make changes to the congress, they are not responsible for airfares, hotels or other costs incurred by registrants. The participants take part in the congress, tours and trips at their own risk. Furthermore, the organisers may not be held liable for any costs or damages incurred resulting from acts outside of their control including but not limited to force majeure, strikes and/or public manifestations.
Only written arrangements are binding. The sole legal venue is The Hague. Registration of a participant entails acceptance of these conditions.
In any disputes that may arise concerning the execution or interpretation of these regulations, both parties agree that they will be subject to Dutch law and that the commercial courts of The Hague will be competent, without prejudice to the organisers’ right to initiate proceedings under the laws and before the courts of the participant’s registered office in the event any sums are due by the participant to FIP.
If you register or pay on site, the on-site fee is applicable.
On-site payment of registration fees can be made: Credit cards (VISA, MasterCard or American Express) or cash (in Euros or US dollars) will be accepted.
The registration desk will be open:
In order to avoid unnecessary printing, all participants will be emailed their certificate of congress attendance as a PDF within 10 days of the close of the congress. Accompanying persons do not receive a certificate of attendance.
If you would like to receive a certificate for your poster or oral presentation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org after the congress and you will receive your certificate (as a PDF) by email.