Call For Papers phpday 2022: submit your talk proposal
πŸ“… phpday 2022 will be held on May 19-20, 2022.

πŸ“The conference takes place in person, in Verona, Italy (San Marco Hotel -

⏳ You can submit your talk proposals before February 1st, 2022.
Are you going to submit more proposals? Great, but please choose what you think are the 3 best options and make sure the abstract goes straight to the point :)

βš™οΈ How the conference works
Access to the conference is subject to current legislation: all the participants (speakers, staff, sponsors and attendees) must have an EU Digital COVID Certificate ("Green Pass"), respect the distances and wear masks.
The conference will also be broadcast online and therefore be remotely accessible.

πŸ—“ Conference agenda
You can choose the length of your talk session: 45 minutes (talk length: 30 minutes) or 60 minutes (talk length: 45 minutes). At the end of each talk there is a question and answer session.

🎁 What we offer you if your talk is selected
- conference ticket;
- a single room for up to 2 nights (3 nights for people coming from outside the European continent);
- speakers' dinner;
- a refund of up to €250 for travel costs within Europe (up to €500 outside the European continent);
- taxi fare from the Verona airport or train station to the conference venue;
- coffee breaks, lunch on the event's days and an after-conference happy hour with snacks, GrUSP beer and the famous Spritz!

If your company wants to cover all your expenses it will receive a Silver sponsorship badge (worth €750); covering only your travel expenses will grant them a Bronze sponsorship badge (worth €500), or a discount of the same value if they purchase a higher level sponsorship.

🀩 Why to propose a talk
We have prepared a resource to explain why you should apply as a speaker, how to write an effective abstract and how to choose your talk title. Find all the information here:

🌈 Diversity and inclusion, code of conduct
GrUSP is committed to making a conference as inclusive, diverse and accessible as possible. You can find more info on our diversity and inclusion fund:
To ensure that anyone can feel comfortable we apply the following code of conduct:

πŸ”Ž CFP is structured in 4 short sections to collect all the data relating to your talk and your participation as a speaker.

πŸ“§ For more information contact us by email: and remember to add this email to your contact list to receive information about your talk.

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