29th European Summer School in Logic, Language, and Information
University of Toulouse (France), 17-28 July, 2017

ESSLLI 2017 Registration

Registration fees

Category Early (until April 27th) Regular (until June 29th)
Student 350€ 450€
Academic 450€ 550€
Non-Academic 850€ 950€
Formal Grammar for Students 30€
Formal Grammar for Non-Students 80€

Registration fees for ESSLLI 2017 include all courses and workshops as well as the Student Session (Stus).
It is not possible to register for a single week, to a single workshop, or to Stus only. Registration to the Formal Grammar satellite conference is optional and can be taken separately.
Registration fees include neither accommodation nor lunches.

Accommodation with registration

It is possible to book and pay for accommodation in university residence halls on the registration form by June 1st. Availability is limited, it is strongly advised to book by April 27th. For other types of accommodation, please contact hotels directly. See the Accommodation page for details.

How to register

Lecturers, evening lecturers, workshop organizers and the Stus organizers will be contacted by the Organizing Committee.
They do not have to register with the form below.

Workshop speakers are entitled to the student reduced fee, whether or not they are student. If you are invited speaker or have a paper accepted at a Workshop and want to take advantage of this reduced fee, please select the "Student" option and indicate that you are a workshop speaker in the Notes field of the registration form. You are nevertheless encouraged to pay the regular Academic fee if you can afford it, to allow us to offer more student grants.

The registration application form is not online yet (registration will open in January 2017).

Student Grants

The ESSLLI 2017 Organizing Committee is pleased to be able to offer a limited number of
  • participation fee waivers,
  • student accommodation grants (including participation fee waiver),
  • student accommodation and travel grants (including participation fee waiver)
to highly motivated and talented MSc or PhD students.
Preference will be given to: students who actively participate in the Student Session or a Workshop; students without alternative financial support for the participation; outstanding and highly motivated students.
Please understand that we cannot guarantee that all students having a paper presented at the Student Session or a Workshop will be given a grant.

Deadline for application: March 10, 2017
Notification: May 2, 2017

If you are a Fee Waiver Applicant, you must register before the grant application deadline indicated above, selecting all the relevant options, including accommodation if desired. Fill in all the required information, making sure to tick the "Fee Waiver Applicant" box, but do not proceed to payment. If your grant application is unsuccessful, you will be required to go on the registration form again in order to pay the registration fees and/or accommodation (early bird rates will still apply until May 11th in this case). More details about the application procedure will be posted in January 2017.

The grant application form is not online yet (grant application will open in January 2017).