Registration for ICWIM4 must be made using one of the following downloadable forms:
Registration: US$ 450, Accompagnying person: US$ 150/230,
Accomodation and local transports
An exhibition of WIM sensors, systems, softwares and posters, etc.,
will be held in conjunction with the conference.
The official language of the conference will be English. Abstracts must be provided in English and French, final papers, posters, and exhibition booths must be provided in English.
Proceedings of all papers will be published and provided at the conference. Authors will be asked to supply digital versions of their papers for publication in the proceedings.
Post-proceedings will also be published on a CD, including summaries of the technical sessions and discussions and of the panel discussions.
Authors of accepted papers may, if they wish, provide translations of their papers for publication in a separate proceedings and/or on the final CD. However, English is the only required language for the papers.
Taiwan is situated in the Pacific Ocean between Japan, Mainland China
and the Philippines. It has always been a gateway for travellers into
and within Asia. Since the 16th Century, Taiwan has been known to the
West as Formosa (Beautiful Island). The climate in Taiwan is subtropical
and it is an all-season traveller's destination with its annual average
temperature of 22 ºC (72 ºF); minimum 12-17 ºC in the Winter (Dec.-Feb.).
Late Winter in Taiwan is not only the best season for the Hot Springs,
but is also a special opportunity to experience the celebration of Chinese
New Year and the Taipei Lantern Festival, a three day festival starting
on 23rd February 2005.
Last modified: December 29, 2004