March 3 - 4




Registration fees

 Regular registration
(before Jan 15, 2016)
  Late registration
(After Jan 15, 2016)
   On site registration
Doctoral Students
   150 euros
  180 euros
   210 euros
  Academics & Professionals
   280 euros
   350 euros
   410 euros
  Guest ticket
   80 euros
   110 euros
   150 euros

The registration fees include:

   · Access to all conference sessions 

   · Coffees and lunches at the Conference venue as in the final programme

   · Social dinner

   · Conference kit

Spouse and family members are allowed to participate at the conference and at the social dinner. A guest ticket must be added to the registration fees.

In order to include a contribution in the proceedings, at least one author per paper must be registered to the conference.


ICTO2016 is organized at ISC Paris, Business School the March 3d and 4th, 2016.

ISC  Paris Business School

The buses you will mostly use are Bus 53 (the closest stop to ISC Paris is “Alsace”) and Bus 94 (stop at “Reims – Hôtel des Impôts”). You can catch Bus 53 at “Opéra” or “Saint Lazare” and Bus 94 at “Wagram”, “Villiers” or “Saint Lazare”. Train: The stop “Clichy Levallois” is two stops from Saint Lazare (one of the 6 main train stations in Paris). “Clichy Levallois” is a five minute walk from ISC Paris: when leaving the station, turn right, go to the traffic lights, turn left on rue Victor Hugo, cross two streets, and you will see the ISC 2 building on your left in which the International Department is located on the first floor.

The closest métro station to ISC Paris is “Wagram” or “Malesherbes” on line Line 3, direction Pont de Levallois Bécon (if coming from Paris). Then, it’s a 10 minute walk. From metro “Villiers” (on line 2 and 3) it’s a 20 minute walk.

The closest RER station to ISC Paris is “Pereire” on line C. It’s a 10 minute walk to/from the school.

The closest transilien station to ISC Paris is “Clichy-Levallois” on line L (5 minutes from « Paris Saint-Lazare »). It’s a 8 minute walk to/from the school.

Ask the driver to take you to “Porte d’Asnières”. You will see the maroon and white ISC logo as you come across the “périphérique” ring road. The first building, ISC 1, houses the administrative offices and junior enterprises. The second building, ISC 2, houses classrooms and the International Department offices. This building is about 50 metres further along the street “Victor Hugo” in the town Levallois-Perret. Car: Take the “boulevard périphérique” and get off at Porte d’Asnières.

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