Theory, Modelling & Computation Research Theme Event: Applied Category Theory 2022

Date(s) - 18/07/2022 - 22/07/2022
8:30 am - 5:30 pm

University of Strathclyde, McCance Building

The 5th International Conference on Applied Category Theory will take place at the University of Strathclyde from 18 to 22 July 2022, preceded by the Adjoint School 2022 from 11 to 15 July. This conference follows previous events at Cambridge (2021), MIT (2020), Oxford (2019) and Leiden (2018).

Applied category theory is a topic of interest for a growing community of researchers, interested in studying many different kinds of systems using category-theoretic tools. These systems are found across computer science, mathematics, and physics, as well as in social science, linguistics, cognition, and neuroscience. The background and experience of our members is as varied as the systems being studied. The goal of Applied Category Theory is to bring researchers in the field together, disseminate the latest results, and facilitate further development of the field.


The conference will be fully hybrid, that is, it will be possible for both the audience and presenters to participate remotely over Zoom, if preferred. Remote participation will be free.

Please register using this registration link.

Registration fees
  • In-person attendance: We might only have limited capacity due to Covid restrictions, so to encourage no “wasted” registrations, in-person attendance comes with a nominal fee of £20. If the fee is a financial burden for you, please contact us and we may waive it on a case-by-case basis.
  • Online attendance: Free. However we kindly ask that online participants still register using the above link, so that we can keep track of participant numbers, send out zoom links, etc.
Preliminary programme

A preliminary programme can be found here. It might still be subject to minor changes.

Accepted presentations

A list of accepted presentations is now available.

Here is the original Call For Papers.

Find out more.
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