Registration and payments

  Pre-registration form – click here

Registration fees will include: welcome party in Warsaw, transport from Warsaw and during the conference tours (ending in Krakow, we will help you get to Warsaw if needed), meals, admission to scientific sessions, coffee breaks, congress kit, abstract book, Proceedings volume. We are currently negotiating accomodation charges at main conference venue at the European Centre for Geological Education (ECGE), Chęciny and depending on the final quote, the accomodation at ECGE may also be included in registration fee. Details concerning the mode of payment will be available in the 2nd Circular.

Pre registration form: 31 December 2022
2nd Circular. 28 February 2023
Early registration: 30 April 2023
Late registration: after 30 April 2023
Abstract submission: 30 April 2023
Visa application
Participants who require a support letter for visa application please directly contact: fossilcoralreefs(at)

Travel and Accomodation

Detailed information on accommodation and transport will be provided in the second circular. The gathering of all participants and the icebreaker will take place in Warsaw. From there, transport to the main venue will be provided by the organizers. Accommodation and meals during the symposium will be organized at the  Centre for Geological Education (Chęciny). There will be conference tours from there (transport provided). The workshops will be organized on site. We are also planning a non-science social networking program. The congress will end in Krakow, from where you can fly away or conveniently return to Warsaw. Info about accommodation and pre-conference and post-conference tours will be provided in the second circular.

Language of the Congress
English will be the official language of the Congress. No translation facilities will be provided.

Congress proceedings
Conference Proceedings are planned for publication in one issue of the regular series (2024) of the international peer reviewed journal Acta Palaeontologica Polonica (IF 2020: 2.062) which is housed at the Institute pf Paleobiology, Polish Academy of Sciences.