The official language of the conference is English and will be used for all presentations and printed materials.
Passport and Visa
All foreign visitors desiring to enter Ireland must have a valid passport. Follow this link for Visa Information. No funds are available to assist with travel and registration fees cannot be waived. If, for some reason, your visa application is denied, your registration fees will be refunded to you in full.
Ireland's International Country Code: +353
Dublin's Local Area Code: 1
The weather in Dublin in October is pleasant with the following temperatures:
Normal High: 15°C/59°F
Normal Low: 6°C/43°F
Only Euros are acceptable at regular stores and restaurants. The exchange rate fluctuates daily. For current exchange rates, please visit www.exchangerate.com.
Traveler's Checks and Credit Cards
Credit cards, including MasterCard®, Discover®, Diners Club®, Visa® and American Express®, and traveler's checks are accepted at most hotels, restaurants, department stores, and souvenir shops.
Some restaurant bills include a service charge but if not, 10 - 12% is standard. Round up fares for taxi drivers. For skycaps, doormen, porters and bellman, €1 per bag is standard and €1 to €2 per night for housekeeping.
Electricity throughout Ireland is 230V, 50 Hz.
Attire during the duration of the conference is business casual.
Cellular Phones, Pagers and Watch Alarms
As a courtesy to our speakers and other attendees, please turn off any cellular phones, pagers and watch alarms during sessions.
All meeting rooms and seated functions are smoke free. Please adhere to the smoking policy of the Convention Centre Dublin.