Kongresshaus Stadthalle Heidelberg
Registration fee for participants includes:
|Registration fee||Until 28 July 2017||From 28 July 2017|
|Pre-Congress Workshop 25 September 2017||EUR 100||EUR 100|
|ISSPD Member||EUR 500||EUR 600|
|ESSPD Member||EUR 550||EUR 650|
|Non members||EUR 600||EUR 700|
|Trainees**||EUR 350||EUR 450|
|Students*/Non professional family members||EUR 250||EUR 300|
* A copy of the passport and student identity card is necessary
** Trainees are defined as individuals enrolled in a formalized training program, (e.g., fellows, graduate assistants, research assistants, PhD or PsyD students, psychiatry or medical residents, and post doctoral fellows (North America only). Proof of enrollment may be required in order to qualify for this reduced fee.
When registering for the XV ISSPD Congress please arrange payment of the registration fee. All payments should be made in EURO.
You may choose between two modes of payment: Credit card or bank transfer. Particularly when paying from outside Germany, we strongly recommend using a credit card, because charges for bank transfers may be deducted twice - once in the country of origin and a second time in Germany.
Payment by bank transfer
In case of bank transfer by your organization please make sure that your name is forwarded together with the money. If your organization uses a block transfer for several participants it is necessary to include all relevant names.
Bank transfer to the congress bank account:
CPO HANSER SERVICE
Hanser & Co GmbH w/ISSPD 2017 ZB
Deutsche Bank AG Berlin
Payment by credit card
You need to authorise CPO HANSER SERVICE to charge your credit card. Please fill in the following authorisation form and send it via email or fax to CPO HANSER SERVICE
Download the credit card authorization
We accept the following credit cards: AMEX, Eurocard/Mastercard, VISA
For more information, please read the General Conditions of the XV ISSPD Congress.
Congress and Exhibition Office
Hanser & Co GmbH
Zum Ehrenhain 34
22885 Barsbüttel, Germany
Prof. Dr. Sabine Herpertz
University of Heidelberg