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17th ISSEP 2024


Welcome to the 17th ISSEP Conference 2024, which will take place in presence at the Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Informatics (1117 Budapest, Pázmány P.s. 1/c.), between 28-30 October 2024.

The International Conference on Informatics in Schools: Situation, Evolution and Perspectives (ISSEP) is a forum for researchers and practitioners in the area of Informatics education, in both primary and secondary schools. The conference provides an opportunity for educators and researchers to reflect upon the goals and objectives of this subject matter, its curricula, various teaching and learning paradigms and topics, as well as the connections to everyday life — including the various ways of developing Informatics Education in schools.


The ISSEP conference started in 2005 in Klagenfurt, Austria. It was followed by meetings in Vilnius (2006), Torun (2008), Zürich (2010), Bratislava (2011), Oldenburg (2013), Istanbul (2014), Ljubljana (2015), Münster (2016), Helsinki (2017), Saint-Petersburg (2018), Larnaca (2019), Tallin (2020), Nijmegen (2021), Vienna (2022) and Lausanne (2023). For more info, please refer to our umbrella page.

The 17th ISSEP conference is an on-site conference organized by Faculty of Informatics, Eötvös Loránd University (Hungary) in cooperation with Neumann Society and will take place in Budapest, 28-30 October 2024.


This ISSEP conference is also associated with a Doctoral Consortium for international doctoral students. The Doctoral Consortium will take place one day before the full conference, on Sunday 27th of October, to give students the opportunity to meet professionals and work together on their own research.

This year the ISSEP conference is also federated with a teacher conference for Hungarian teachers. The teacher conference will take part on Monday, 28th of October. The organizers will offer to local teachers the opportunity to meet together and share their experiences, methods, models, teamwork arrangements as well as problems arising while working with pupils of primary and secondary schools in the area of computing and related topics.