RCIS 2013, Valencia, Spain
Registration Fees
IEEE Member
(IEEE membership required)
390 euros
Non IEEE Member 440 euros
Doctoral consortium author 315 euros
Gala dinner
(for delegate attending the dinner)
20 euros
Extra gala dinner
(for delegate accompanying person)
80 euros
Registration Process
Regular registration fee includes:
  • Admission to all scientific sessions
  • Daily coffee breaks
  • Daily lunches
  • Conference badge and kit
  • Welcome cocktail on 29th

The registration form is available at

Registration for the industrial track at
Gala Dinner
The price of a delegate ticket for the conference dinner is 20€. Attendees can buy more than one ticket (each ticket for an accompanying person costs 80 euros). The conference dinner will be held in the famous restaurant "Le train bleu" situated in the "Gare de Lyon" on May 30th.

"La Gare de Lyon" in Paris was built as part of the major building programme launched for the Paris Exhibition of 1900. The facade of the old station building bears some of the features of the style of the « Belle Epoque », but the most striking manifestation of that period has been preserved inside the building in the dining rooms of the Buffet. The decor of the station buffet, with its large ornate rooms, its many sculptures and gigantic paintings, is almost overwhelming, but the overall effect is a harmonious tribute to the distinctive style of the “Belle Epoque” period. The buffet has then been named after the famous train line going from Calais (connecting France to Great Britain) to the Méditeranée and nicknamed “Train bleu”, due to its dark blue sleeping cars. It was opened in 1901 and was reputedly created to provide a comfortable place in which 'the English' could wait for their train. Its undoubted magnificence is the absolutely extravagant decor and 41 painted frescos on the walls and ceiling, detailing a scene from the railway networks or famous events from the 1900's.

Train Bleu 1 Train Bleu 2
All details are on the page Venue

International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science 2013(c)

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