Registration

REGISTRATION

Participation in THE INCOMPUTABLE is strictly limited to 120 participants. Early registration is advised.

How to Register:

By clicking the link below, you will register your details for attendance at the workshop. Once submitted, you will be sent instructions on how to pay your registration fee which completes the registration process.
To commence the registration process, please click on: register and fill in the form.

Registration and accommodation arrangements are administered by the Isaac Newton Institute. Address any queries about these to: programmes at newton.ac.uk

The Registration Fee, and What It Covers:

There is a basic registration fee of 120 pounds (60 pounds for students), with costs kept at an affordable level by support from the John Templeton Foundation.

Registration covers the scientific programme and associated workshop materials, interval refreshments, lunches on workshop days, use of Chicheley Hall facilities (including free wifi, and use of evening bar), and a special workshop dinner on the Thursday evening. Dinner for speakers is also included for the Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.

For those who would like to dine at the Hall every night, registration including evening meals is available for 180 pounds (110 pounds for students).

For those in overflow hotel accommodation, there will be a morning and evening shuttle service between hotel and Chicheley Hall.

A small boardroom for use of participants will be available in the Main House. Suitable for up to around 14 people, this can be reserved for small meetings, talks or research discussions.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

The Alan Turing Year Isaac Newton Institute John Templeton Foundation Computability in Europe IFCoLog JLC Microsoft Research Cambridge CPI


websites: Barry Cooper 2011-09-08 Valid HTML 4.01! Valid CSS!