ECT 2024

10-12 July 2024, Singapore

The 6th International Conference on

Electronics and Communication Technologies


Registration Guidelines:

Registration Fee

Authors have received their paper acceptance emails can make registration. Authors who have not registered within the deadline or papers exceeding the 12 page limit (excluding author information) in the final submitted paper version, will have their paper removed from the program and the proceedings. Early Bird before April 20.

Item   Early Bird ( Before April 20) Standard
Regular Participants Full Paper 500 USD 550 USD
Abstract 350 USD 380 USD
Listener 250 USD 280 USD
Students Full Paper 450 USD 480 USD
Abstract 300 USD 330 USD
Listener 170 USD 200 USD
Additional Paper 350 USD
Additional Pages 50 USD  / Per one (Over 6 Pages)

Register Now

Registration can be submitted by completing the online form. Registration must be completed and payment received before to incur the early bird rates. After this date, the rates will increase as per the table.

Refund Policy

If a registrant is unable to attend an event for any reason, they may ask the co-author or someone else for help and do the presentation for the registrant. But the registrant should send e-mail for both conference side and the person who will attend.

Written requests for cancellations must be sent to the ECT 2024 Conference Secretary. The time would be counted by the refund requests being sent by registrant.

Three Months before conference date: 30USD handing fee would be charged
Two Months before conference date: Refundment of 70% for the registration fee you paid
One Month before conference date: Refundment of 50% for the registration fee you paid
Less Than One Month before conference date: NO REFUND.

Personal Reason
No refund or compensation on “personal reason” for the reason of no attending to the conference. Such as travel difficulties, visa problems, health issues, financial default etc.

Force Majeure
No refund or pay any compensation on “force majeure” for the reason of no attending to the conference.
Circumstances amounting to “force majeure” include any event which we could not, even with all due care, foresee or avoid. Such circumstances include the fire, flood, explosion, storm or other weather damage, break-in, criminal damage, riots or civil strife, industrial action, natural or nuclear disaster, fire, adverse weather conditions, war or threat of war, actual or threatened terrorist activity, epidemic and all similar situations beyond our control.