So, basically the paper was written and submitted as student. But PhD is over, so not anymore a student. Is there any way to still attend it as a student. The fee for a regular is several times that of a student.
Wrote the paper as a PhD student, it got accepted to a conference, but I am not any more a student. Can I still go and present as a student? [duplicate]
2Surely this is a decision for the conference organisers...– Brian Tompsett - 汤莱恩Apr 24, 2022 at 8:25
@BrianTompsett-汤莱恩 You mean I should contact them ?– def anonymousApr 24, 2022 at 8:31
Who is paying your attendance to the conference?– EarlGreyApr 25, 2022 at 0:48
I do not see it as a problem. You were invited as a student, you can attend as such. If you are in serious doubt, ask the organizers.This situation should happen quite often: students submit their papers close to the end of their PhD.
You don't "attend it as a student" --- you just attend it because you were already invited and then you can give your audience an introduction where you update them on what you're doing now. As to the fee, you should seek clarification from the conference organisers. If you now have a professional academic position then it is likely the conference organisers will want to charge the full fee, and your university ought to be able to pay it for you. If not, you might be able to haggle over what fee you need to pay to go.