|Notes to Delegates|
Registration and general information:
The conference registration and information desk is located near the conference main room (CH1). This desk will operate according to the following schedule:
Tuesday (15th June 2010): 8.00am -5.00pm
Wednesday (16th June 2010): 8.00- 9.00am
There will be committee members assisting delegates with general information. They will be wearing ICPER2010 identification tags.
Your ICPER 2010 registration includes the cost of:
Instructions for Presenters
To ensure that the conference proceeds smoothly, the Organizing Committee specially requests your cooperation to be punctual. Announcements of any changes to the Program will be announced in the main conference room (CH1) before or after plenary sessions.
The official language of ICPER 2010 is English. No simultaneous interpretation services will be provided.
Coffee/tea and lunch will be served at the times indicated in the programme book.
Conference identification tag:
The Organizing Committee requests that you wear your identification tag at all times during the conference. Your conference identification tag will serve as your admission to all conference paper presentation sessions.
Conference Dress Code:
Smart casual is recommended throughout the conference.
A conference message board will be located near the main conference room (CH1).
Insurance and Liability:
The conference organizers do not accept responsibility for any individual, medical, travel or personal insurance policies as necessary.
The Organizing Committee suggests that you take usual precautions with your personal belongings. Do not leave them unattended. The organizers and the venue’s staff will not take any responsibility for any loss or damage of your personal properties.
The Kuala Lumpur Convention Center is deemed as a Non-Smoking venue.
The local Kuala Lumpur time is +8 GMT.
International Phone Calls:
The country code for Malaysia is +60. To make a call within Kuala Lumpur or Selangor, a code ‘3’ must be pressed after the country code followed by the local telephone number. To make a call to other states/cities outside of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, the correct Malaysian State code must be entered in place of the ‘3’.
Malaysian electrical power is 240 volts, 50 Hz. The connection for appliances is a 3 pin plug.