If you are interested in giving a presentation please be sure to indicate your interest when filling out the
Please register using the online form
. Registration received by April 18
will receive priority for travel funding considerations (please see the Travel Funding
Once you have registered, please pay the registration fee ($30 Students, $75 Postdocs, and $125 Professionals) using the secure online payment system.
There will be a formal poster session Friday afternoon and opportunities to informally peruse and discuss posters during coffee breaks. If you are interested in presenting a poster please be sure to indicate your interest when filling out the
A limited number of hotel rooms have been reserved at The University Guest House
at a discounted rate of $110 per night. Please e-mail Gail Howick
(firstname.lastname@example.org) to inquire about availability of rooms at this
rate. Please make accommodation arrangements by June 14
; after this date
we cannot guarantee rooms at the posted rate.
There are many other hotel options in downtown Salt Lake City. The most
convenient in terms of public transportation are those hotels near the
TRAX Redline (public light rail service).
Conference participants are invited to attend a picnic dinner at Fort Douglas Picnic Grounds on the evening of July 15.
Conference participants are invited to attend a cabin party at Jim Keener's cabin on July 16 from 1pm until ??
The JPK70 design from the conference can be found here
for those interested in ordering merchandise (mug, tote bag, etc.) from Zazzle.
Use the TRAX Redline
for convenient transportation between the conference venue and downtown Salt Lake City.
There is a Campus Shuttle for traveling between the conference venue and the conference hotels.
See the main shuttle page for a live tracker
of all shuttles. The stop for the conference venue
is President's Circle.
Fellowships are available for some speakers and poster presenters
partially cover travel costs. Priority will go to junior researchers and to those without their own grant support.