Category Early Bird before Feb. 25 Regular Onsite
Full Paper Regular USD 550 USD 600 /
Student USD 500 USD 550 /
Korean Student USD 400 USD 450 /
Abstract Regular USD 380 USD 400 /
Student USD 320 USD 350 /
Korean Student USD 220 USD 250 /


Regular USD 280 USD 320 USD 350
Student USD 220 USD 250 USD 300
Korean Student USD 150 USD 180 USD 200


Additional Paper USD 350
Additional Abstract USD 200
Extra Page (over 10) USD 70/page
Extra Proceedings USD 100/ hard copy

registration NOTE

*Register now (Click)

*For one full paper, it should be at least 8 pages, if the pages are over 10, extra pages will be charged.
*Korean delegates' fee include activites opening ceremony, keynote speeches, parallel sessions and lunch during the conference.
*Required documents: 1. final paper with word and pdf; 2. signed copyright; 3. filled registration form; 4. scanned payment proof. Send the package to to finish the registration.
*A copy of the student ID is required to register with the student rate.
*USD and Euros are accept.
*Registrations accompanying accepted papers must be received before the deadline and are non-refundable. If you register late, your paper may not be published on time.

*Pay attention!! After you submitted all materials and finished registration process, your paper will be submitted to editors for re-modification and publication. If there are any problems, the conference secretary will mail or call you soon. Please check your mailbox usually and keep your cell phone available. If you cannot amend paper and feed back modified one before the deadline, publication will be cancelled without any refund.

*Refund Policy!! All refund requests must be made via email to Allen Foster. All cancellations will be subject to a 30% cancellation fee before Mar.10, 2025, 11:59pm EST. NO REFUNDS will be made after Mar. 10, 2025.

*Force Majeure: The ICIEA cannot accept responsibility, refund or pay any compensation where the performance of the conference is prevented or affected by reason of circumstances which amount to “force majeure”. Circumstances amounting to “force majeure” include any event which we could not, even with all due care, foresee or avoid. Such circumstances include the fire, flood, explosion, storm or other weather damage, break-in, criminal damage, riots or civil strife, industrial action, natural or nuclear disaster, fire, adverse weather conditions, war or threat of war, actual or threatened terrorist activity, epidemic and all similar situations beyond our control.