The official language of the Conference is English.
Letter of Invitation
Once you have registered you will be able to receive an invitation letter if you require one for your visa application.
Please note that this letter cannot be regarded as a commitment regarding scheduling or financial support from the organizers.
Liability and Insurance
The Conference Secretariat and organizers cannot accept liability for personal accidents or loss of/damage to private property of participants. Participants are advised to take out their own personal travel and health insurance for their trip.
Guest Attendance Policy
All event activities (including educational sessions, meal functions, exhibit hall, etc.) are exclusively reserved for registered attendees. Non-registered guests (including children, family members, colleagues, etc.) are not allowed in any of the event areas. Badges provided at registration are required for entrance into all functions and will be strictly enforced.
Ben-Gurion International Airport is located 27 km. (approximately 30 minutes) from Tel Aviv Convention Center. Taxi service (about $50/€30) and an airport train (about $4/€3) provide safe, fast and economic transportation into Tel Aviv.
Do not expect Tel Aviv to be autumnal in the normal sense of the word in September. This is a very warm month with very little rainfall. The average temperature in Tel Aviv in September is 26.5°C, with an average high of 29.4°C and an average low of 22.5°C. Temperatures can go higher, reaching 32°C on occasions and Tel Aviv’s record high for September was 42°C
The unit of currency in Israel is the New Israeli Shekel (NIS) commonly known as the Shekel. Approximate currency rates as of February 2018 are as follows:
US $ 1 = NIS 3.53
Euro € 1 = NIS 4.33
There are no restrictions on transfer and use of foreign currencies in Israel.
Most international credit cards are accepted.
All visitors to Israel must hold a passport that is valid for at least six months from the date they are departing the country. People with no nationality must hold a valid laissez-passer, as well as a visa back to the country that issued it.
Many countries have a Visa Waiver Program with Israel, which allows their citizens to visit Israel without a visa arranged in advance. Before embarking on a trip, visitors desiring to stop in Israel on their way to other destinations must check if they need a pre-arranged tourist visa. The list of countries in the following link specifies from which countries tourists are required to present a prearranged visa.
All Visa Waiver Program travellers must present a machine-readable passport at the port of entry in order to enter Israel without a prearranged visa; otherwise, a visa is required. This applies to tourists arriving with a passage card from countries with a Waiver Program.
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