August 21-23, 2019
Zhenjiang, China
Recurrence plot symposium Zhenjiang 2019.

Registration and Abstract Submission

Registration fee (to be paid until June 30th): 250 US$ (regular), 200 US$ (students), or 1700 Yuan (regular), 1400 Yuan (students).
The fee includes all the material for the conference and refreshment breaks (lunch is not covered).

Attendee needs to complete the registration by payment of the registration fee. The payment procedure is open through June 30th.

You have two options to deposit the fee. On-site registration and payment is not possible!
  1. PayPal service
    After your payment-registration has been validated, you will receive a link to PayPal where you can pay your registration fee
  2. Wire transfer
    Direct transfer the fee to the account: 381006717010149000338
    Bank name: Bank of Communications
    Deposit Bank: Bank of Communications (交行镇江江科大支行)
    Zhenjiang Jiangsu University of Science and Technology Branch
    Bank Address: No. 2 Mengxi Road, Zhenjiang, Jiangsu, China 212001
    Recipient name: Jiangsu University of Science and Technology (江苏科技大学)

Be sure to use the exact same personal identifiers (Last name, First name and E-mail) that you submitted previously. It is imperative that you double check the accuracy of your E-mail address!

Please register and submit an abstract of your contribution (regular talk, poster or workshop session) by using the following form. You can use LaTeX or HTML style for the abstract. Abstracts can have up to 400 words. (All personal fields have to be filled out! Please do not capitalise whole words!)

The abstracts of all accepted contributions will be published in the symposium abstract book.

All accepted posters displayed at the meeting will be evaluated by committee for an award recognizing excellence in presentation and significance in contribution to nonlinear science.

Please use only regular ASCII letters! Non-ASCII letters and special characters such as accents, greek letters, and umlauts can cause problems. You can use LaTeX coding to express such letters and characters.

Personal Data:
Title:    Gender: Female Male
First name:
Postal code:
Contribution (Talk or Poster):
don't capitalise the entire title!
use only standard ASCII letters (use LaTeX code for non-ASCII and accents)
separate authors by comma (not semicolon)
use only standard ASCII letters (use LaTeX code for accents)
Type: Talk    Poster Workshop None
Workshop: I'm interested in the practical workshop
I will contribute data/ programmes for the workshop
Please suggest your specific problem to be discussed at the workshop:
Are you a human? =

Privacy Statement

We collect and hold personal data about registrants of the symposium in a manner consistent with the lawful bases as outlined in the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The following information are collected and stored: name, institution, address, email, phone number, payment status (amount and date of payment), and data of the conference contribution (authors, title, abstract, type of paper, workshop interest). This information is used for organisational purpose and to maintain the communication between the organisation committee and the participants. We do not share the data with any other party. By registering for the symposium, you give your consent to collect and store your data. The data will be stored for one year after the symposium and then archived for additional 10 years. You can ask us anytime about your personal data that we have collected and stored (email to Norbert Marwan). You can also request to delete your data. But note that then the participation of the symposium cannot be guaranteed anymore.

Further points to be noted:
For the participants of the symposium, a list of participants will be issued. If you would like not to be listed, please inform us until August 1, 2019.
During the symposium, photographs will be taken which will be used for public relation activities. If you do not like to be photographed let us know until the check-in, August 21, 2019.
Conference presentations (talks and posters) will be collected and shared within the participants after the event via a password protected repository. However, we will share only those presentations we will have received written consent (will be collected during the event).