Tickets

 
 

The location only has place for around 50 seats (with possible extension to 70). And it is full!

Read below carefully! A wrong ticket is simply not valid.

Free tickets – for whom exactly?

Free tickets are for full-time researchers and full-time students at a Dutch University or research institute, and the speakers. Make sure your research institute is fully funded by the Dutch government, and not a private research-centre, or university outside the Netherlands. In case of doubt, please contact us.

Note that if you got a free ticket already and you are not were entitled to it, your ticket will not be valid.

Bank-transfers and invoices

It is possible to pay via bank-transfer (same prices as when bought online). You then will get an invoice from StreamComputing. Provide your company-name, address, contact-person, and names of the visitors to events@streamcomputing.eu. Payment needs to be done before 20th June.

For more information or if you would like to have an invoice for already paid tickets, mail to events@streamcomputing.eu or call +31645400456 (Dutch&English).

Visitors from Europe

As you read above, the free tickets are not for visitors from outside the Netherlands. You need to buy a normal ticket. If your company pays the expenses, you should buy a ticket without VAT and pay taxes according to local laws. If you pay for your ticket yourself, you need to pay VAT in the Netherlands.

Get your tickets online here

You’ll receive a ticket from Eventbrite within a few minutes after reservation.

Ticket sale closed on 20 June. Please mail me if you want to get a ticket, as it is open only for reserved spots.

The below form is the same is on http://parallelnetherlands.eventbrite.com/.

 

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