At ALIFE2023, we are driven by our conviction that to advance the understanding of life, we need a diverse range of research areas, experience, and perspectives. We firmly believe that everyone should have the chance to establish connections with other research fields, network with researchers, and open up careers in interdisciplinary research fields. To help break down the barriers that prevent students from participating in the conference, we’re delighted to introduce the Student Scholarships for ALIFE2023.
This is intended to allow students who do not receive support from universities or other institutions to participate in the conference and to think about and discuss artificial life with other participants. To apply for this student scholarship, please fill out the form below. You will be contacted by e-mail regarding the acceptance or rejection of your application. Due to the limited number of places available for this student scholarship, it will be closed when the number reaches its maximum.
There are currently opportunities for volunteer participation available at the ALIFE2023 conference. The conference is typically manned by volunteers who are primarily graduate students. Each volunteer is required to provide approximately 10 hours of their time throughout the duration of the conference. The responsibilities they will take on include facilitating the registration process, providing direction and assistance as required, supporting audio-visual requirements, and overseeing session organization, among other tasks.
Notwithstanding these responsibilities, the volunteers are fully included in the conference outside of their allocated work hours. As a token of appreciation for their indispensable assistance, the conference registration fee is waived for all volunteers.
If you are keen on this unique opportunity to participate in the ALIFE2023 conference as a volunteer, please express your interest by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your correspondence, kindly include details about your institutional affiliation, areas of interest, and any previous experiences with academic events, if any.