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Before you register, please note

  • By registering to the conference attendees confirm that they accept the Code of Conduct
  • Video recordings and photos are taken during the event and may be shared publicly during and after the event
  • Students and MICCAI members will have to proof their status by uploading a document (have this ready before starting the registration)


We are pleased to offer a limited number of rooms in on-site accommodation at Beit Hall and Eastside (SOLD OUT) for three nights (check-in Sunday, July 7, check-out Wednesday, July 10) which can be booked together with the conference registration. If you would like to add more nights before or after the conference, please register and book the nights July 7 – 9 via our registration system, and contact our accommodation manager Anna Hikkerova to book the additional nights.

Registration Fees

Full early-bird £400
Full early-bird (MICCAI member) £380
Student early-bird £300
Student early-bird (MICCAI member) £280
Full regular £550
Full regular (MICCAI member) £530
Student regular £450
Student regular (MICCAI member) £430

The early-bird ticket sales will end at midnight on 20 May 2019.

We offer student discounts. To proof student status please provide a signed letter from supervisor (or other official) or a copy of your student ID. You need to be a full-time student at the time of registration.

MICCAI Society Members
We offer discounts for MICCAI members. Please provide a proof of membership such as a receipt of paid membership fees. (This may be visible on your last year’s MICCAI registration receipt.)


If you are interested in booking childcare or require nursing space during the conference, please get in touch:

Cancellation policy

Cancellations will be accepted in writing until March 27th. Please send an email to Until that time a refund of 70% of the total value will be made. There will be no refunds for cancellations received after this date.

Visa related note

Invitation letters will be made available for participants upon registration to the conference. For authors of extended abstracts planning to register conditionally upon acceptance of their extended abstract submission, to help with visa processing times, an invitation letter can be made available in advance through an early submission of a valid extended abstract. Validity of the submission will be judged by the conference organisers. Early extended abstract submissions may be updated until the standard submission deadline and will follow the same review / decision process and timeline as any other extended abstract. Early submissions must be performed through the normal abstract submission procedure using OpenReview, additionally, an email linking to the submission and asking for an invitation letter should be made to