Registration will open in March 2022

Early-bird fees (until May 15):

Full fee: €400

Reduced fee: €200

Late fees (until July 1):

Full fee: €550

Reduced fee: €275

All registration fees include access to the conference as well as lunch meals, coffee breaks, the welcome reception and conference dinner, and the social programme.

Eligibility for reduced fees

Eligible for reduced fees:

  • Undergraduate and graduate students; doctoral and postdoctoral researchers
  • Researchers at any level from lower and middle income countries (2021-2022 World Bank classification)

All others, including researchers and lecturers on tenure-track and permanent contracts, emeriti, and industry representatives, should pay full fees. If you are unsure about your eligibility for reduced fees, please get in touch.

Travel bursaries for scholars from lower and middle income countries

Thanks to generous funding from the Novo Nordisk Foundation, we are able to offer 10 travel bursaries for scholars from lower and middle income countries. Each of these bursaries consists of 12,000 Danish kr. (approx. €1,600 / US$1,800) as well as free admission to the conference.

Eligible individuals must have a contribution (short or full talk, poster) accepted for presentation and must have their primary affiliation in a lower or middle income country as per the 2021-2022 World Bank classification.

If your submission is accepted, we will reach out to you to confirm your eligibility for the bursary. We hope to inform the recipients of the bursaries by early April.