Registration Fee

  On or before
Dec. 20, 2017
After Dec. 20, 2017
Authors (ICBCB Reviewer) 400USD/2800RMB 420USD/2940RMB
Authors (Student) 430USD/3000RMB 450USD/3150RMB
Authors (Regular) 450USD/3150RMB 480USD/3360RMB
Presentation Only 350USD/2450RMB 360USD/2520RMB
Listeners 300USD/2100RMB 300USD/2100RMB
One Day Visit 40USD/280RMB 40USD/280RMB
Additional Paper (s) 320USD/2240RMB 350USD/2450RMB
Additional Page 50USD/350RMB per page 50USD/350RMB per page
Extra Proceedings 50USD/350RMB 50USD/350RMB

* One regular registration can cover a paper within 8 pages, including all figures, tables, and references.
** One regular registration with one or more additional papers has only one proceeding book.
*** For the authors who have difficulties to pay US Dollars, such as Iran, please pay Euros.
**** If you would like to register the conference and publish your paper as the reviewer, please send email to icbcb@cbees.net. (Only Ph.D holder can apply)

***** If you finish the registration before December 20, 2017, you can register as an early bird price.

******All the registered papers is required to be presented in the conference. One registration fee can cover only one participant.
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  • Participation in the technical program

  • Lunch (March 13)

  • Banquet Dinner (March 13)

  • Badge

  • Conference bag and/or conference accessories

  • Conference document (proceedings on book)

  • Coffee breaks (March 13)




Participation in the technical program

  • Lunch (March 13)

  • Banquet Dinner (March 13)

  • Badge

  • Conference bag and/or conference accessories

  • Coffee breaks (March 13)

Local Info

About Chengdu

Chengdu, formerly romanized as Chengtu, is the provincial capital of Sichuan province in Southwest China,as well as a major city in Western China. It holds sub-provincial administrative status. The administrative area houses 14,047,625 inhabitants: 7,123,697 within the municipality's nine urban districts and 6,730,749 in the surrounding suburbs and rural area. According to the 2010 census, Chengdu is the fourth most populous city in mainland China, and most populous among prefecture-level cities as well.
Chengdu is one of the most important economic, transportation, and communication centers in Western China. According to the 2007 Public Appraisal for Best Chinese Cities for Investment, Chengdu was chosen as one of the top ten cities to invest in out of a total of 280 urban centers in China. In 2006, it was named China's 4th-most livable city by China Daily.
The fertile Chengdu Plain, on which Chengdu is located, is also known as the "Country of Heaven" (Chinese: 天府之国; pinyin: Tiānfǔzhiguó), a phrase also often translated as "The Land of Abundance". The discovery of the Jinsha site suggests the area of Chengdu had become the center of the bronze age Sanxingdui culture around the time of the establishment of the state of Shu, prior to its annexation by Qin in 316 BC.


Conference participants may need a Chinese visa to enter China. Specifically, those who are not Chinese citizens, except passport holders from Singapore, Brunei, and Japan, need a Chinese visa. Participants can apply for a visa at the Chinese embassy or consulate in the region in which they live. To avoid uncertainty, participants will be advised to apply for a visa as early as possible. It is recommended that they apply for a Chinese visa at least 1 month in advance.

For most attendees, it is easier to apply for a Tourist ("L") visa; an invitation letter is NOT required for obtaining a Tourist visa.

If some participants need another type of visa that does require an invitation letter, the ICBCB 2018 local arrangement committee will be glad to help. To obtain an invitation letter, please send e-mail to icbcb@cbees.net, together with your registration, and in the case of being an author, your accepted paper ID. The Conference Secretariat will then send a formal visa application form via airmail or fax with which the participants can apply for a visa.

Necessary materials to apply for Chinese Visa

»A passport which is valid for at least six months following the date of submission, with an entire blank page available for the visa;
»One Visa Application Form of the Peoples Republic of China, which is filled clearly with true, authentic and complete information and signed by the applicant;
»One recent, 2 inch full-faced and bareheaded passport photo (the daily life photo, photo copy or digital photo printed on the ordinary paper shall not be accepted);
»Other related application materials according to different purposes for your trip to China;
»Other materials related to the visa application, deemed as necessary by the visa officer.

* For more information, please contact the local Chinese Embassy in your country.

Alternatively, participants may ask their travel agents to arrange their travel to China and obtain a tourist visa irrespective of whether or not they have registered with the Conference Secretariat. If participants have any difficulties in obtaining their visa, they should contact the Conference Secretariat.