The registration to the ISP2023 is now open!!

Registration will be managed by the Summer Courses Programme of UPV/EHU.

Hence, in order to register for ISP2023, you will need to register as a participant.

If you are having trouble registering, please contact us at:



Registration Fees

Early Registration
(until April 19)
Standard Registration
(April 24 to May 8)
Junior (Researchers not holding a PhD) 160 € 200 €
Senior (Researchers holding a PhD) 210 € 240 €
EHU/UPV undergraduate students 40 € 40 €
Conference dinner 35 € 35 €


Registration fees include:

  • Access to all keynote lectures, oral communications and poster sessions.
  • Symposium materials
  • Certificate of attendance
  • Coffee breaks (covers 3 days)
  • Lunches (covers 2 days, May 31 and June 1) *
  • Social event (guided visit of the historic centre of Vitoria-Gasteiz)

* Not included in the "UPV/EHU Undergraduate Student" registration modality

Registration fees DO NOT include the Conference Dinner, which will be held at the beautiful medieval restaurant El Portalón.


The ISP2023 Organizing Committee has asked the Basque Government to partially support the registration of Junior Researchers (MA or PhD students (not holding a PhD), under the age of 30). We expect to be able to financially support the registration of up to 20 MA/PhD students providing each 100€ reimbursement. If you are under 30 years old, do not hold a PhD, and your research group, department or institution cannot afford your registration fees, you can apply for this financial assistance. Unfortunately, we will hear whether we have secured the funding in June, after the conference ends. Hence, standard (Pre-doctoral) registration fees need to be paid now. Those assigned financial assistance will receive it once the funding is secured (which is expected).

Note: Please, only apply for financial assistance if you are unable to cover the conference fees from other sources. Financial assistance will be limited and is intended for those who truly need it. By applying for financial assistance when other resources are available to you, you may be taking away financial support from those who are in greater need.