October 2001 Jamboree - Exhibition

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Setting up your exhibition stand

On the 17th, the exhibition area is open for installations from 14:00 to 18:30 hours. You will find your area marked and the furniture provided (i.e. tables and poster panels). See below for a floorplan with all 16 stand areas marked in. Click on the floorplan to enlarge or download as Portable Document Format (.pdf). The assignment of projects to stand areas will be done on Monday, October 1st. Unless you have not otherwise requested, your stand will be 3.3m x 3m in size. Stands 3 to 9 are accessible from the "south", stands 11 to 16 from the "north". Stands 1,2, and 10 are located in separate rooms. The main entrance to the building is located in the "east", a side entrance is located in the "south".

Please send me an email if you plan to bring bulky materials (such as your own furniture) to the exhibition. The delivery address is

ETH Zurich
Departement Informationstechnologie und Elektrotechnik
Gloriastrasse 35
CH-8092 Zürich

On arrival, before unloading, please check with the reception or call Olivier Fiechter: +41/ 1/ 632 40 68.

Infrastructure provided

There are power outlets at every stand. However, Switzerland has different plugs than most other countries. We can only provide the swiss plug layouts (see http://www.powercords.co.uk/standard.htm for more details). Please bring your own adaptors.

Getting your exhibition material through customs

You will need to declare exhibition goods (such as computers, beamers, etc) beyond personal use. In order to simplify customs procedures and eliminate payment of value-added taxes and duties for the temporarily importation of these goods, contact your local chamber of commerce and ask for the ATA Carnet (Admission Temporaire/Temporary Admission) international customs document. This document is also good for transit. The International Chamber of Commerce has more information about the Carnet ATA system and maintains a list of participating countries with contact information. Please note that your local chamber of commerce will charge you for this service and that processing your request will take some time.




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