Click here for online registration.

The Online Registration Fees are as follows:

SIGSAM members will be asked for their membership number during the online registration. Students will be asked for their their student card (or equivalent proof of status) when picking up their registration pack.

On site registration will also be available, subject to a 50 surcharge.

The registration fee includes: electronic proceedings on USB key; morning and afternoon coffee breaks on main conference days; lunch on main conference days; welcome reception; and one ticket to conference social / banquet. Accommodation, printed proceedings, tutorial attendance and extra banquet tickets can be purchased at the same time for an extra cost as detailed below.

How to Register

To register please follow this link. First create an account; then select the appropriate base registration; and proceed to select any desired options. At the end payment can be made by paypal or credit/debit card.

If you have any questions about the registration process that are not answered on this page then please contact the local organisers on

Tutorial fees

Tutorial day is Monday 6th July. There will be three tutorials throughout the day as detailed on the Tutorials Page. Tutorials fees are as follows:


The registration fee includes a copy of the proceedings on a USB memory stick (along with abstracts for the software demonstrations, posters and invited speakers). Printed proceedings may be ordered for an addition 55. To guarantee a copy of the printed proceedings you must register before June 6th.


The conference social / banquet will take place on Wednesday 8th July at the Roman Baths and attached Pump Rooms Restaurant. One ticket is included in the registration fee. If you are travelling with guests then addition tickets can be purchased for 72 each. To guarantee attendance at the banquet you must register at least a week before the start of the conference.


Rooms in the university campus may be booked through this link. Participants can also arrange their own accommodation in Bath city center; from which the campus is easily accessed by a 25min walk or 10 min bus ride. Bath is a popular tourist destination and so there are many option available, however, July is peak tourist season so we suggest booking in advance. Some of the major hotels are:

The YMCA Bath offers low cost accommodation (both private rooms and dormitories). Bookings can be made online here.

We also recommend the official Bath tourist information website, VisitBath, for finding and booking accommodation, including B&Bs and guesthouses.


Registration for PASCO will be arranged separately to ISSAC. However, participants attending both conferences can book their accommodation for the entire period as part of the ISSAC registration process.


There is some limited financial support available as detailed on the Support Page.


If you are unsure whether you need a visa to enter the UK you can check using this UK government website. If you require an invitation letter then please contact as soon as possible.