International Symposium on DIStributed Computing (DISC) 2022


DISC 2022 is organized as an in-person conference. All accepted regular papers and brief announcements are presented by the author(s) in person. The conference will also support online participation.

The conference proceedings will appear in LIPIcs and LIPcs charges 60 Euro for each paper up to 20 pages in the proceedings. One of the authors of the accepted papers needs to register at the author rate that includes this publication charge. Participants who are not members of the EATCS have to pay a one-year EATCS membership as a part of the registration. Registration for students includes the banquet.

Conference registration does not include workshop registration: you may register for each day of the workshops in addition to, or instead of, registering for the conference.

Register now by clicking here. Registration fees are shown below.

Before September 24, 2022 After September 24, 2022
EATCS member Non-member EATCS member Non-member
Author Registration $660 $700 $810 $850
Regular Registration $600 $640 $750 $790
Student Registration $300 $340 $450 $490
Online Registration $150 $150 $150 $150
Workshop Registration, one day (Monday or Friday)
$100 $150
Workshop Registration, both days (Monday and Friday)
$160 $240

Students attending the conference are eligible to apply for travel grants.

DISC 2022 Student Travel Awards

DISC offers travel awards for students attending the conference. These awards will partially cover travel expenses of deserving students who might otherwise be unable to attend the conference.

To apply for the travel award, a student needs to submit the following documents by email to and subject “DISC-travel <applicant name>” by October 17th:

  1. A one-page curriculum vita of the student. It may indicate if the student belongs to an underrepresented group.
  2. A one-page personal statement which will indicate the student’s research interests and how DISC will likely impact the student. It may indicate if this is their first-time attendance to DISC.
  3. A one-page supporting letter from the student’s advisor, which will indicate that the student is in good standing, and the potential benefits of attending DISC.

The selection criteria will be based on merit, the special circumstances of the students, and whether they attend for the first time.

All applications for the travel awards will be reviewed by the following panel:

  • Costas Busch, Augusta University
  • Bogdan Chlebus, Augusta University
  • Alex Schwarzmann, Augusta University

Funding is also available to support travel of students from US-based universities that plan to attend DISC but who do not have a paper to present. The funding comes from the National Science Foundation (NSF) that has awarded DISC 2022 a grant to partially support the travel needs of students.

The application process is the same for all students and the committee will determine the appropriate source of funding for each student. Women and students from underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply.