16th International Conference on Integral Methods in Science and Engineering

25 - 29 July, 2022

St.Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute RAS, St. Petersburg, Russia

Registration fee

We hope that the registration fee will remain as announced. However should there be other circumstances we can not predict, we may have to raise it.

Registration fee is 150 Euro(regular fee till May, 25)
that includes: the access to all sessions and coffee breaks,
the conference kit,
the Airport pick up.
Lunches (to be confirmed after finalizing of the conference budget)
Late fee/on-site fee is 230 Euro
Registration fee for an accompanying person is 75E
Please see the information here


We acknowledge partial financial support from:
  • IUPAP - International Union of Pure and Applied Physics
  • Simons foundation
  • Saint Petersburg Euler International Mathematical Center
  • FINANCIAL SUPPORT: conference organisers will consider apllications for financial support from participants with contributed talks: unsupported young scientists , scientists from developing countries and scientists from the former Soviet Republics and make every effort to waive or lower their fee.
    If you are interested please apply at: BEFORE February 15, 2022.

    Support for attending the conference can only be considered after the applicant has submitted the abstract of their talk, and the abstract has been evaluated and accepted by an international committee of advisors. If you intend to apply for support, please send us the full abstract of your communication.

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