Apply for participation in the Nordic Probabilistic AI School (Nordic ProbAI) 2024 on June 17-21 in Copenhagen.

Applications closed

The tentative application deadline is March 1 March 8 AoE (Anywhere on Earth). However, the applications may be closed earlier if the number of applications exceeds our capacity to review. Therefore, we strongly advise early application.

Notification Deadlines

All applicants will be notified of acceptance or rejection by March 18 March 19.

UPDATE (March 19): We have notified all applicants of their application status. If you haven’t received an email from us, please check your spam folder before contacting us.

Learning Experience

Together with the team of invited lecturers, we intend to provide an efficient and quality knowledge transfer through:

  • carefully designed curriculum and program,
  • coordination between our lecturers,
  • a mix of theoretical lectures and hands-on tutorials,
  • support for students from our teaching assistants,
  • a lecture room that allows for a close collaboration between students, lecturers and teaching assistants.

All that in a friendly and inclusive environment that we will co-create, together. Read our Code of Conduct.

Selection Process

We want to ensure an engaging and diverse audience. We aim to select a diverse group of 150 participants. The selection will be based on multiple criteria such as experience, institution affiliation, geographical location and gender. The selection process will be based on the submitted material and will be executed by a diversified committee of trusted experts.

Target Audience

Everyone is welcome: PhD students, exceptionally advanced MSc or BSc students, experienced researchers (postdocs, faculty or industry members), engineers and other practitioners from industry, and also hobbyists.

We expect from the participants experience with programming in Python, experience in machine learning, and at least a basic but sound knowledge of calculus, linear algebra, probability theory and statistics.

See recommended curriculum to gain most out of Nordic ProbAI 2024.

Registration Fee

  • Master’s Students → 500 DKK
  • PhD Students → 2000 DKK
  • Academia → 4000 DKK
  • Industry → 8000 DKK

The registration fee includes all courses, coffee breaks, lunches and banquet.


If the registration fee or travel costs may prevent you from attending the school, we encourage you to apply for a scholarship.

PhD Course with ECTS Credits

The Nordic ProbAI 2024 school has been registered as a PhD course (DT8122 at NTNU) awarded with 7.5 ECTS credit points. Students not affiliated with NTNU should consult their home institution to determine if the PhD course can be recognized and awarded equivalently.

Additionally to attending the lectures and tutorials at ProbAI and as the means of examination, a PhD course registrant must submit a solution to a project assignment. The submission shall consist of well-commented source code together with a written report documenting the process leading to the solution. The written examination will not require you to stay in Norway. The submission will be evaluated and graded with passed or failed. Past project assignments are available on our Github account (dt8122-*).

Accepted PhD students will receive instructions for registering for the PhD course. In this process, all non-NTNU students will need to document that they are admitted to a PhD program at their home institution. Unfortunately, for PhD students outside EU/EEA special rules apply.

Invitation Letters for Visa

Invitation letters will be issued only to attendees, i.e. after they have been accepted and registered.