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How to attend

Registration: To register as an attendee for the event, please refer to Registration.

In person: For detailed information on traveling to the venue, visit Venue and Local Information.

Online: In order to watch the IJCLR 2022 live streamed talks or the on demand talks, you will first need your IJCLR 2022 Registration Confirmation which you will have received when you first registered. Our registration platform and live talks are being hosted by CVENT. If you haven’t yet registered, please do so first by visiting Registration. Once you have registered, please click on this link: This link will take you to the IJCLR 2022 Virtual Attendee Hub hosted by CVENT.

For information on logging into CVENT and using CVENT to view live talks, please refer to our Login Instructions.

If you are having any issues logging into the IJCLR 2022 Virtual Attendee Hub, please email Bridget Gundry ( We will endeavour to respond to you as quickly as possible.

Speaker and presentation

For information on presenting in-person/online, please refer to the Speakers Instructions. All speakers should make sure they have registered on CVENT.

We recommend speakers to send a provisional version of their slides to Bridget Gundry ( before 22nd September 2022 or at the latest the final version of the slides by 1700 on the day before their presentation day.

Traveling in London

Coach to the venue: As many of the IJCLR delegates are also attending the Cognitive Artificial Intelligence event at the Royal Society, we have opted to provide a direct coach for IJCLR delegates. The coach will pick up delegates from outside of the Royal Society at 5:15pm (BST) and transfer them directly to Cumberland Lodge. The journey may take between 1 to 2 hours depending on local travel conditions. Please note that there are no toilet facilities aboard the coach but you will be able to store suitcases on the bus. The bus can accommodate 53 people and the spaces are available on a first come, first served basis and is free to all IJCLR delegates.

If you aren’t yet attending the Cognitive artificial intelligence meeting at the Royal Society, then please click below to register, subject to availability: This event is free to attend and runs from Monday 26th September to Tuesday 27th September 2022. Both meetings are being organised by the Human-Like Computing Network. The two meetings are adjacent in time, but not co-located.

Travelling to the venue: If you are travelling from within the UK or coming from abroad, please check the status of the trains/tubes for delays and plan your travel in advance. You can keep up with the latest information by checking on the TFL website. Scroll down to the National Rail tab on the bottom left.

If you are landing at London Heathrow, you can catch a taxi directly to the venue. Refer to the Travel directions for local taxi details.

For other details on travelling to the venue, please refer to Venue and Local Information.

Delays in arrival

In case of any delays in you getting to the venue on time, please contact the venue (Tel 01784 432 316) for help and support.

Registration desk opening time

The registration desk will be open from 09:00 – 17:00 on the 28th and 29th September and from 09:00 – 15:45 on the 30th September 2022.

COVID-19 protocols

IJCLR 2022 will monitor and follow COVID-19 related guidelines & policies as recommended by the UK government. All in-person attendees should follow the COVID guidelines.

Poster details

The venue provide standing poster boards suitable for A1 size posters. We will supply the push pins to attach the posters to the boards.

Audio visual

Please bring your final presentation for the event on a memory stick with a backup copy on your laptop.

Ideally we would like to upload your presentation prior to the session commencing. If you are presenting later in the morning or day, please use the later tea breaks/lunch time to upload your presentation. To try and keep the change over time to a minimum, we wish to avoid having to change connections to each laptop. Cumberland Lodge have an overhead data projector which accepts both VGA and HDMI. If you need to connect with something other than this (for e.g. USB-C), please bring your own adaptor cable to connect to this. We recommend that you bring your own adaptor cables and power cables as well. If you are not familiar with the av set up in the room, then please ask your session chair or one of the venue’s supporting staff to assist you.