Registration

Registration is open! 

https://ucsd.irisregistration.com/Site/UCCSC2017

The registration fee is $265 per attendee and will be open thru July 17th, 2017.

On-campus housing can be purchased during registration. Check here for off-campus housing

Cost $265 per person and includes:

  • Conference attendance, meals, and access to all scheduled events August 7th, 8th, and 9th
  • Monday night reception with food and drinks on August 7th at Birch Aquarium at Scripps with RSVP
  • Access to sponsor demonstrations and giveaways
  • Entry to keynote, Sautters Awards presentation, and all programming

Speaker Award recipients: 

Whether or not your talk is accepted, if you submit a proposal, we'll reserve a ticket space for you. So even if the conference sells out and your proposal isn't accepted, you'll still have the chance to register for the conference. 

Do not register until you've heard whether or not your talk has been accepted!

We expect to make a decision about proposals by May 31st, 2017. 

Community Award - Research IT : 

Last year, Tom Andriola threw his support behind the growing tech community with his First-Timers award at UCCSC. This year, we are changing the award to reflect an aspect of the community that we think needs growing at UCCSC: research IT.

The University of California, Office of the President is sponsoring IT employees from each UC campus and medical center, who work in research IT. If you work in research IT or know people who do, please complete the below application for scholarship:

https://goo.gl/forms/YU5M3ftQzrYrrQkv2  

Scholarships include:
*Entrance to the conference ($265)
*Two nights of on-campus housing in a shared room, shared apartment ($75/night) if outside of San Diego.

Priority will be given to those applicants on soft money first. However, those who do not rely on soft money should still apply.

There are 80 total scholarships available. Deadline for application is June 15th. Applicants should know the week of June 20th if they've received a scholarship. 

Yes, this is a very broad concept but we expect if you’re in any IT that is predominantly in support of research, you could apply for this award.

Including:

  • statistical computing and informatics
  • high performance computing and data visualization
  • data preservation and data management of research

Things that I would consider non-research would include:

  • administrative IT
  • standard desktop support
  • communications infrastructure
  • technology in support of instruction/teaching

Problems registering? 

Email: meetings@ucsd.edu with the subject line: UCCSC 2017 - [your name]