Registration

About useR! 2022

useR! 2022 is an all-virtual conference. The useR! series is an annual nonprofit conference organized by R community volunteers and supported by the R Foundation. Attendees include R developers and users who are data scientists, business intelligence specialists, analysts, statisticians from academia and industry, and students. The conferences showcase applications of R software and developments in the software itself, as well as new and updated R packages that provide boundless additional functionality to R. Community contributions form the foundation of useR! conferences.

Register

Registration is now open and will remain open throughout the conference (20-23 June, 2022).

Steps to register:

  1. Look up the registration category for your country: country category.
  2. Review the conference and tutorial fees in your country category. Note that conference registration is required in order to register for tutorials.
  3. Click the appropriate “REGISTER” button.

Conference Fees

Conference fees help pay for the virtual platform, honoraria for tutorial and keynote speakers, and other expenses. The fees depend on the country where you live, and whether you work in industry or academia or are a student. The academia rate applies to non-profit organizations and government employees and the student rate applies to retired people. Freelancers are encouraged to select the rate that best applies.

High Income Country    Higher Middle Income Country    Lower Middle Income Country    Low Income Country   
Industry    $85 $29 $12 waived
Academia    $65 $22 $9 waived
Student $45 $14 $6 waived


Tutorial Fees

The fees listed below are for two tutorials. If you book only one tutorial, you will get a 50% discount. If you select three tutorials the fee will be 50% higher.

High Income Country    Higher Middle Income Country    Lower Middle Income Country    Low Income Country   
Industry    $65 $22 $9 waived
Academia    $55 $19 $8 waived
Student $35 $12 $5 waived


Click your country category button to proceed.

It will take you to a Linux Foundation login page, where you will create or enter your LFID to continue the registration process.

High Income Register (HIC) 
Higher Middle Income   Register (HMIC) 
Lower Middle Income Register (LMIC) 
Low Income Register (LIC)