Late registration for the ECM2  is possible. You can submit the application form through this page

Important dates

  • Early application deadline: 31st March
  • Bursary application: 15th June
  • Abstract submission: 15th June
  • Payment: 30th June
  • Late registration: 31 July
  • Late abstract submission: 31 July


Before processing your registration you are kindly invited to read attentively through the information in the tabs below: selection criteria and registration fees.

Late registration for  ECM2 is possible. You can submit the application form through this page.

Potential students, as part of their application, should provide a synoptic CV on a single A4 page, and a letter of recommendation from their mentor, both as PDF files. The files must be sent by email after application. Applications without one or the other of these two documents will not be considered for selection.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to become an individual member of the European Crystallographic Association  and to create an entry for themselves in the World Directory of Crystallographers.  

Abstract submission

There will be a poster exhibition during the ECS2. Students are encouraged to submit an abstract about their work. You can download the template for the abstract here, and send it by email.    

Scolarship Fund

We launch a call for donations from those  crystallographic collegues that can help other colleagues to attend the ECMs by contributing to their costs. If you would like to make a donation, please contact us.

IUCr Scientific Freedom Policy Statement

The Organizing Committee of the 2nd European Crystallography School shall observe the basic policy of non-discrimination and affirms the right and freedom of scientists to associate in international scientific activity without regard to such factors as ethnic origin, religion, citizenship, language, political stance, gender, sex or age, in accordance with the Statutes of the International Council for Science.

At this school no barriers will exist which would prevent the participation of bona fide scientists.


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