The online registration is closed now. Please register for the conference on site. Only cash payments are possible.

To enrol for the conference dinner and field trips please contact us by mail as soon as possible. Only a few vacant places will be available also on site.

Manage here your registration, print your invoice or control the booked events.


Registration Fees


Early registration
before 05 Aug.

Standard registration
06 Aug. - 20 Sept.

Late registration
after 20 Sept. 
only on site

Regular member1
€ 210
€ 280
€ 330
Regular non-member
€ 270
€ 340
€ 390
Student2 member1
€ 90
€ 160
€ 210
Student2 non-member
€ 130
€ 200
€ 250
Bodenseetagung only3
€ 160
€ 230
€ 280
Conference dinner
€ 30 € 30 € 40 (limited places)

1 Participants having paid their annual membership fee for 2016 to one of the supporting societies listed here
2 Students enrolled for a Bachelor, Master, or PhD study. Please enclose/show proof of status
3 The ticked is valid only for the day of the Bodenseetagung-Sessions

The registration rates include the attendance fee, special volume of Geo.Alp (field guide), coffee breaks, and the Ice Breaker party in the evening of September 25.


Conditions and cancellation policy

  • Early registration must be accompanied by payment. Otherwise, it will not be processed and the standard registration rates will be applied
  • Registration fees will only be refunded if the notice of cancellation is received before 25 August 2016. The cancellation fee is €20
  • Cancellations after 25 August 2016 and no-shows are not eligible for a refund


Conference office / Registration

Opening hours:
Sunday 25th, 17:30 – 21:00
Monday 26th to Tuesday 27th, 08:00 – 19:00
Wednesday 28th, 08:00 – 17:00

Phone number: +43 (0)676 872 521 203 reachable from 23th September to 1st October
Before and afterwards please contact the Institute of Geology: +43 (0)512 507 54300

Please note:
- only cash payments are possible at the conference office
- there is no cloakroom at the venue


Conference dinner

The conference dinner will take place Tuesday the 27th of September 2016 in the SALZLAGER, an industrial monument and event location in Hall, close to Innsbruck. The oldest sections of Hall's Salzlager date back to 1822. The warehousing facilities could store up to 3,400 tonnes of salt from the town's salt works. From 1995-97, the Salzlager was transformed into an event venue by architect Hanno Schlögl, who was charged with retaining the historical character of the industrial building.

The fee includes transport from/to Innsbruck by shuttle bus and dinner. The bus will start at 19:15 from the bus stop "Polizeidirektion" near the Venue

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