Registration

Registration to AIxIA 2022 is now open.

Click here to register (AIxIA membership required).

The registration to the AIxIA 2022 conference requires to be a member of the AIxIA association (for the period 2022/2023). AIxIA membership fees are not included in the registration fees.

Information and online procedure for becoming a member of AIxIA are available here.

At least one author of any paper accepted for presentation at the conference main, the discussion track and the workshops needs to register to the conference to have the paper included in the proceedings.

All attendees must register to the conference with a fee coherent with their role, namely "student" or "regular" attendee.

Regular Registration Fee - the fee covers the conference, the workshops, satellite events and the access to the proceedings for who present a paper and regular attendees; it includes lunches/coffee breaks for all the days of the conference; it does not include AIxIA membership.

Student Registration Fee - the fee covers the conference, the workshops, satellite events and the access to the proceedings; it includes lunches/coffee breaks for all the days of the conference; it does not include AIxIA membership.

The fees are set as follows.

Student early280 €
Regular early330 €
Student late350 €
Regular late400 €

The cutoff date for the early registration is 18 november 2022 (was 11 november). Registration from 19 november 2022 onward requires the payment of the late fee.

Social Dinner/Cultural Visit
On the 1st of December, there will be a cultural visit at Aquileia (UD) during the afternoon.
Then, a wine tasting experience and the conference social dinner will take place in the evening at Ca' Tullio.

Aquileia was an important city of the Roman Empire and then the main centre for the diffusion of Christianity in Northern and Eastern Europe. It is a UNESCO site due to the importance of its archaeological area and the beauty of the floor mosaics that it safeguards. The largest and most well-known attraction is the Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta, dating back to the IV century, which will be part of our 2.5hrs guided tour together with the Crypt of Frescoes, holding Byzantine-style frescoes from the XII century, and some well preserved Roman archaeological remains. 
 
Next, the tour will continue at the Ca' Tulio winery, where experienced staff will show us the wine production process, and guide us through a wine tasting experience. 
 
The last event will be the social dinner, held at the same winery.

To join these events, an additional fee of 60€ is required.

Click here to register (AIxIA membership required).