Registration is through eventbrite.
The registration also includes registration for the joint COLT-IMS workshop (in person only), conference dinner and luncheon for Women in Learning theory and allies.
Early registration will be until 17th June 2022.
For any issues about registration, please contact the local chairs
The conference is hybrid in the minimal sense that we will enable authors to give their presentation-at-a-distance, and we will stream the conference and enable questions to be asked from a distance; but that is all. So on-line participation is possible, but support will be minimal: after two years of pandemic, we want to very strongly encourage you to come in person if you can!
VisasWe are aware that due to COVID-19, some visas are taking longer to process than normal. Therefore, if you need a visa, we suggest that you begin applying for it as soon as possible. If you need a letter for a visa, please use the option in the registration form to request one. Alternatively, you can email the local chairs, including details of any accepted papers.
Student Travel GrantsThere are a limited number of travel grants available to support students with accepted papers to attend the conference, the exact number of available grants and amount will be determined later. If you would like to apply for a student travel grant, you can do so using the following form: Student travel grant application
COLT (and the joint COLT-IMS workshop) will be held at The Royal Institution of Great Britain, 21 Albemarle Street, W1S 4BS London, UK.
The Royal Institution can be accessed by public transport and is located near the following tube stations:
Green Park - Jubilee, Victoria and Piccadilly lines - 5 minute walk
Picadilly Circus - Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines - 10 minute wallk
Oxford Circus - Victoria, Central and Bakerloo lines - 10 minute walk
A tube map can be found here. To use the tube, it is easiest to 'tap-in' and 'tap-out' by scanning a contactless card, mobile payment device, or oyster card (top-up travel cards which can be purchased for £5 from any station, more details here) at the barriers of the stations. Alternatively you can purchase individual tickets from the machines in most stations.
The Royal Institution is located in Mayfair right in the heart of London. There are several accomodation options available nearby to suit different budgets, some of which are listed below
Basic and economical accomodation in London is also available during the summer in the UCL student residencies.
Alternatively, London has an excellent public transportation network so it may be more economical to stay elsewhere and travel to the Royal Institution using public transport (see above).
Getting to London
London is accessible through several airports, each of which have good public transport links with the city center (tickets can be purchased at the airport):
Heathrow - On the Piccadilly line, or the Heathrow Express train goes direct to Paddington Station in about 15 minutes.
Gatwick - Gatwick Express train goes to Victoria Station in about 30 minutes.
Stanstead - Stanstead Express train goes to Liverpoool Street Station in about 50 minutes.
London City - DLR into central london.
Alternatively there are Taxi ranks at all major airports and stations, and Uber operates in London. Once in London, black cabs can also be flagged down on the street.
London is also accessible via the Eurostar train from several European destinations including Paris, Amsterdam and Brussels, and there are many national rail services available from within Great Britain.