Registration Details

To register for the AINT'2000 workshop, please print off this registration form, complete and return to Dr. Alex Yakovlev.

Some limited financial support may be available for participants from economically-disadvantaged areas of IEEE Region 8 who are IEEE members. This includes all the countries of the Former Soviet Union and some other Eastern and Central European countires. Anyone wishing to apply for such support is invited to contact the organisers of AINT'2000 as soon as possible.


While the workshop organisation makes every effort in order to ensure the safety and well being of the Workshop participants and associates, the Workshop cannot take responsibility for any accident or damage that may occur during the Workshop.


There are plenty of hotels in Delft, with a good range of facilities and prices. The organising committee has previously stayed at, and had good experiance of the `Hotel Juliana' (M. Trompstraat 33) as `***' accomodation, and `Best Western Delft Museumhotel and Residence' (Oude Delft 189) as `****' accomodation. Other hotels are listed in the links below. Some participants may like to stay in The Hague, Rotterdam or even Amsterdam and travel by train and/or tram to Delft each day.

Wherever you decide to stay we suggest you book early as July is a busy tourist period for Delft.


The nearest airport to Delft is Amsterdam Schiphol. From the airport, Delft is a simple train journey. The timetables are available here. The train station at Schiphol is within the main airport building, the journey takes roughly 50 minutes, and at Delft the train station is about a 15 minute walk from the University.


Useful Information


  • Authors are invited to send a PDF or PS file of an extended abstract (4-5 pages) of their presentation by e-mail to: with Subject: AINT'2000 submission.

  • The (extended) deadline for submission is May 1, 2000.

  • The extended abstracts are not intended to be complete papers, but should contain the idea of the proposed presentation.

  • All contacts with authors will be through e-mail, thus please make sure that your e-mail address is listed correctly in the submission.

  • All submissions should be formatted for A4 paper, with a 25mm left hand margin for binding purposes (alternating left and right for double sided submissions). All fonts should be a legible size. No colour should be included, as the final printing will be black and white. All submissions to be in English.


  • Submission deadline (extended): May 1, 2000
  • Notification of acceptance: May 22, 2000
  • Final version due (Strict!): June 19, 2000
  • Workshop: July 19-20, 2000

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