IEEE-SA Board of Governors Meeting Notice
Responsible for coordinating the development, publication and revision of IEEE standards.

Friday - Saturday, 17 - 18 May 2019

Attendance Registration Deadline

14 April 2019

If attending, registration is required.

Register Attendance Now!

Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia

Liivalaia 33, Tallinn, 10118
+372 631 5333

Superior: EUR 125.00 Single/Double Occupancy
Premium: EUR 175.00 Single/Double Occupancy

The Group Rate includes WiFi, buffet breakfast in restaurant, fitness center, service charge, VAT, two bottles of water upon arrival for Superior room, daily bottle of water for Premium room.

Radisson Blu Olümpia Guestroom Reservations: *

BOG19 - Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia

Hotel Guestroom Reservation Cut-Off Date: Sunday, 14 April 2019

After 14 April, the group rate is not guaranteed and will be accepted upon availability.


The Radisson Blu Olümpia Hotel is approximately 10 minutes from Tallinn Airport, depending on the time of the day.

Taxi fare from the airport to hotel is approximately EUR 10.00.

Private transfer with the Radisson Blu Olümpia is EUR 25.00 (day) EUR 30.00 (evening), and may be charged to your guestroom.

Forum: Thursday, 16 May 2019

Topic: TBD
A social reception will be held following the Forum.

Meeting Schedule:

View details here.

Important Travel Information:

  1. Check with your respective country regarding Visa information.
  2. U.S. Citizens are encouraged to register their travel with Smart Travel Enrollment Program (STEP).
  3. Non U.S. Citizens are encouraged to register travel arrangements with their respective Embassy or Consulate.


Reminder to Board Members:
If unable to attend, please advise via email.

* Guestroom Reservations

  1. Enter flight arrival information in the comments section when booking a pre-night to guarantee early check-in.
  2. Notify the hotel immediately if there is a change to your arrival/departure date.


Attendee Checklist

  1. Book your Flight(s)
  2. Book your Guestroom
  3. Register your Attendance
  4. Enroll travel arrangements with your local Embassy

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