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COMODIA 2022  Registration

Registration Fees

We're going hybrid!

To those who wish to attend on-site:

How to check-in on-site?

  COMODIA2022 will be operated by a QR check-in system. If you register by June 30, a QR code and your name card (PDF) will be sent you on July 1. Please print out the name card at your office and present this QR code (on the screen or paper) to check-in on site. We strongly recommend registering online to you before coming to the venue to save your time. If you register online between July 1-8, it will take time to send a QR code and the name card to you.

To those who wish to attend online:

How to join the online venue?

  We will use an online platform “Smart Conference” for virtual attendees. In case you make a registration by June 30, you will receive your own login information by July 1 from the registration office. If you do it after July 1, you will receive the login information from the registration system directly.


Early Bird

Before May 15, 2022


After May 16, 2022


50,000 JPY

60,000 JPY


60,000 JPY

70,000 JPY

Student member*

15,000 JPY

20,000 JPY

Student non-member**

20,000 JPY

30,000 JPY

  * Member of JSME, Tax exempt
  **Non-member,  **Student non-member and cooperating organizations***, Tax included
1) Days and times showing this website is based on JST/UTC+0900
2) Presenting authors are required to complete the registration by Sunday, May 15, 2022 and   make the payment.
3) One registration can cover one paper. Each accepted paper must be covered by at least one   registration.
*** Cooperating organizations
The Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, The Visualization Society of Japan, Institute for   Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems – Japan, The Japan Institute of Energy, Gas Turbine   Society of Japan, Combustion Society of Japan, The Japan Institute of Marine Engineering,  Japan Internal Combustion Engine Federation, Japan Land Engine Manufacturers Association,  The Japan Petroleum Institute, Catalysis Society of Japan, The Ceramic Society of Japan, The   Japan Society of Fluid Mechanics, The Japan Society for Computational Engineering and  Science, Japan Society for Simulation Technology, Turbomachinery Society of Japan

Registration Fees includes:

- Access to the Opening and Closing Ceremonies
- Access to Keynote Lectures
- Access to Technical Sessions
- Digital book of Extended Abstracts and Program, etc.
- Coffee Break

We are now considering how effective the conference will be under the circumstance. 
More information will be released on our website.

Payment Methods

- Credit Card (VISA / MasterCard / Amex / Diners / JCB)
- Bank Transfer for residents in Japan only

Invoice and Receipt

- Receipts will be sent to you by email.
- Invoice can be issued upon your request. Please contact the Registration Office.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations must be received in writing via email to A processing  fee of 5,000 JPY will be charged for cancellations received on or before Jun 17, 2022. Refund  requests will not be accepted after Jun 17, 2022. "No Shows" are not eligible for a refund. We  regret that we cannot offer refunds for "No Shows"; however, substitute attendees are welcome.

How to entry Japan (as of May 10)

Please click here to find the flowchart how to entry Japan at this moment. According to the Japanese government, the border measures will be lifting from June. We will announce you as soon as we know.

*We will be making easier instruction to entry Japan sooner.


The organizing committee reserves the right to cancel or postpone the COMODIA2022 or to  change the schedule or the venue without prior notice, due to the act of God or on the occurrence  of any event of force majeure. The organizing committee will not be liable for any loss or  inconvenience caused as a result of such alterations.

(C) 2021 The Engine Systems Division, The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers