Dear participants of Protostars and Planets VII,
The deadline for the payment of the registration fee is 23:59 (JST=UTC+9) of April 5 (Wed). It’s less than a week from now. Please don’t miss the payment. If you have a problem with credit card payment, please contact JTB and request bank transfer. The deadline for the application and payment for the welcome reception is the same day. We hope you to join the reception too.
We were asked about late submission of a poster abstract from many participants. We have already arranged the layout of the poster room, but there are still some people who have not paid the registration fee. As we announced before, we will cancel the poster presentation if there is no payment by the deadline of 5th April. Therefore, we would like to make a waiting list of poster presentation for those who have not yet submitted a poster abstract.
[Poster Waiting List]
If you intend to submit a poster abstract from now, please use the Google Form below:
For those on the waiting list, we will notify if you can present a poster after the payment deadline, i.e., on April 6 or later. Please note that we allow one poster per participant. The poster room is already full, and there is no space for the second poster.
Please also note the following for posters on the waiting list:
– You (not a co-author) must be a poster presenter.
– The title will not appear in the printed program.
– Your poster may not be placed close to other posters in the same subcategory.
[Poster Printing Service]
For your convenience, we provide poster printing service (Kinko’s Conference Poster Printing Service “GAKU-POSU”). You can submit a PDF file of your poster online, then the company will print and bring it to the conference venue. This service is optional and the fee is 16,500 JPY including tax. The deadline is 6pm in Japanese Standard Time on April
3rd 4th. The poster will be printed on environment-friendly limestone-based paper alternative called LIMEX.
To use this service, click the banner (link) below and follow the instruction.
Note that the website of this service is a little bit complicated and is partly in Japanese. However, the company provides detailed user guide and poster preparation manual in English. Please take a look at these documentations before you use the system.