Registration is Now Open
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. Please register for the Conference
and Tutorial Sessions ONSITE at Memorial Auditorium, Stanford
University, starting Monday, August 11 through Thursday, August 14. For payment information, click
All VOLUNTEER POSITIONS have been filled. THANK YOU!
CORRECTION: LATE REGISTRATION FOR STUDENTS
We had erroneously listed Student Late Registration as $120 on this
site and on our brochure. Please note that the correct fee is $150.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
To qualify for advance registration discounts, your registration form and payment must be received by 5:00pm Eastern Time, Monday, 21 July 2003. Registrations received between 21 July and 5 August will be charged at the late/on-site registration rate; those received after 5:00pm Eastern Time, Tuesday, 5 August 2003 may not be acknowledged and must be resubmitted for processing onsite.
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEES
includes a copy of the IEEE Bioinformatics Proceedings, admission
to the technical and poster sessions, keynote and invited talks,
breakfast, lunches, opening reception (Aug. 11), banquet (Aug, 12),
DOE/GTL banquet* (Aug. 13), daily refreshment breaks, and eligibility
to use the Stanford student housing.
*You must indicate your intention to attend the DOE/GTL workshop/dinner
on the registration form. Confirmations will be made while space is available.
|Advanced Registration Fees||Late Registration Fees|
Student Member: US$100.00
Committee - Preapproved: $0.00
Student Member: US$150.00
TUTORIAL REGISTRATION FEES
includes morning and afternoon tutorial sessions, lecture notes, breakfast, coffee breaks, lunch and opening reception (Aug. 11).
|Advanced Tutorial Fees||Late Tutorial Fees|
Student Member: US$100.00
Student Member: US$120.00
Program for abstracts)
MEMBER AND STUDENT DISCOUNTS
- AM 1: Computing non-coding cis-regulatory DNAs
Michele Markstein, UC Berkeley
- AM 2: The Pathway Tools Software
Randy Gobbel and Suzane Paley, SRI International, CA
- AM 3: Blast: getting the most from your cycles
Tom Madden, Ph.D., National Center for Biotechnology Information
- AM 4: Programming with Python: Scientific programming and scripting for bioinformatics
Leslie Picardo, Ph.D.
- AM 5: How can we measure the distance between sequences?
M. Elizabeth Corey, Ph.D., UCSC Extension
- PM 6: Functional Analysis of Proteins and Proteomes
Steven Bennett, Ph.D., Postdoc Stanford University, Dept. of Biochemistry
- PM 7: Introduction to statistics for bioinformatics, with applications to expression microarrays
Michael G. Walker, Ph.D., President, Walker Bioscience
- PM 8: Bioinformatics approaches for studying transcription regulation and protein-DNA interaction
Xiaole Shirley Liu, Ph.D., Biostatistical Science, Harvard School of Public Health, Dana Farber Cancer Institute
- PM 9: Graph Data Management for Biology
Frank Olken, Ph.D., Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- PM 10: An Introduction to Comparative Genomics
David Keyes, Ph.D., Joint Genome Institute, Walnut Creek, CA
To qualify for membership discounted registration rates, include your
current IEEE or IEEE Computer Society membership number (Students include a copy of a valid
student identification card) with the registration form. IEEE Life Members may register at the Student
Member rate. If you are not currently a member, you can enjoy discounted registration rates by
IEEE Computer Society membership now.
International attendees can register in advance and pay by wire transfer for an additional processing fee of $25 per wire transfer. Wire transfers must be received by the Monday, 21 July 2003 and will not be accepted at on-site registration. Please contact email@example.com for bank information.
Our policy is that invitation letters can be issued only to speakers, presenters, committee members, IEEE members or persons known by the organizing committee. In addition registration fees must be paid in full before the letter is provided. Letters will only be sent by US Postal Mail or fax and only to the individual registered for the conference.
Written confirmation of conference registration will be sent by postal mail by the IEEE Computer Society within 48 hours of receiving your registration. If you do not receive confirmation, please call +1-202-371-0101.
Payment must accompany all registration forms and can be made by credit card (MasterCard, VISA, American Express, and Diners Club), company or personal check, and wire transfers (a fee of $25 per wire transfer should be added to the total amount). Checks or money orders must be in U.S. funds, drawn on U.S. banks, and payable to the IEEE Computer Society. You can mail, fax, or submit your registration form from the WWW. No registrations will be accepted over the phone. Forms received without payment will not be processed.
On-site registrants will pay late registration fees. Forms of payment accepted on site: credit cards (MasterCard, VISA, American Express, Diners Club), traveler's checks, company and personal checks, and cash. Wire transfers will not be accepted at on-site registration.
CANCELLATIONS AND SUBSTITUTIONS
Cancellations and substitutions are allowed. However, full registration fees will be charged unless a cancellation notice is sent in writing, and received or faxed on or before Monday, 28 July 2003 to:
IEEE Computer SocietyA $50 handling fee will be applied to all canceled registrations. Fees cannot be refunded for registrations canceled after the deadline. No-shows will be billed. Contact the IEEE Computer Society at the above address for substitutions (allowed at any time).
Attn: CSB 2003
1730 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20036 USA
+1-202-728-0884 – fax
A letter on your company's letterhead is required from the original registrant stating t
he conditions of the substitution and the name of the replacement.
|21 July 2003||Advance registration ends 5:00 pm Eastern Standard Time|
|21 July 2003||All wire transfers & check payments must be received to avoid onsite registration and payment. Originals only.|
|28 July 2003||Cancellation deadline – All cancellations MUST be in writing.|
|5 August 2003||Late registration ends|
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-202-371-0101 and reference CSB registration.
AIRLINE DISCOUNT FOR CONFERENCE ATTENDEES
IEEE Travel Services has negotiated excellent
rates for travel to this conference with Continental and United Airlines.
You can take advantage of these savings whether IEEE Travel Services
arranges your trip, you work with your own agency or corporate travel
department, or if you opt to book your own travel online through the
airline directly. For more information, visit IEEE
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