Abstract Deadline for Oral Talks and Focus Demos::
Financial Aid Deadline:
Early Registration Deadline (extended):
BOF and Tutorial Proposl Deadline (extended):
Demo Booth Deadline (extended):
Poster Deadline (to get in program):
Regular Registration Deadline:
Late Poster Deadline:
Standard registration covers attendance at the meeting including the opening reception, and a copy of the meeting proceedings. Additional fees cover the banquet, demo presentation, and attendance at tutorials.
Early (before 21 September):
Regular (before 12 October):
Student (before 12 October):
Walk-up (after 12 October):
Focus Demo Fee:
Demo Booth Fee
To receive the student discount, please have your home department chair send a letter indicating that you are currently enrolled as a student. The letter, which must be received by 13 October, may be sent by email (adass-xxii at ncsa.illinois.edu) or post at:
c/o Jean Soliday
1205 W. Clark St.
Urbana, IL 61801
Note that students may also apply for financial aid.
If you need to cancel your registration, please contact the LOC via adass-xxii at ncsa.illinois.edu. There will be a $100 processing fee for all cancellations prior to 13 October. Thereafter, no refunds will be offered.
If you need to withdraw your presentation (without canceling your registration), you may do that at any time (though doing so prior to 13 October is preferred). Simply contact us at email@example.com.
Use the abstract submission form to request to present an oral talk, a poster, a focus demo, a demo booth, or an invited talk. (Only invited speakers should submit invited talks.) To propose a Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) session, see the special BOF instructions. All presentationss for which you can submit an abstract is entitled to a paper in the proceedings.
Note the deadlines (right) for the various types of presentations. Contributed oral talks are selected for the program from the submitted oral abstracts by the Program Organizing Committee. Those that are not selected will be automatically accepted as a poster.
Poster presentations will be accepted up until 3 November as long as floor space allows and as long as the policies described below are followed (including the submission of the completed paper by the start of the conference). To be included in the printed program, posters submissions must be received by 12 October.
To withdraw your presentation request, simply contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If possible, please cancel prior to 13 October.
The program provides two ways to present demonstrations. A Demo Booth is space on the display floor for the entire conference that includes a table, a poster display board, an internet connection, and a monitor. Participants with a demo booth bring their own computers for connection to the internet and monitor.
A Focus Demo is a special session that is scheduled into the program for presentation in the plenary hall during one of the poster sessions. The presenter gets 30 minutes to demonstrate a software product or system using either the conference computer (for web-based tools or services) or his/her own laptop.
Presentation and Publication Policy
All contributors must adhere to the ADASS presentation and publication policy. In particular, note:
- The first author is the presenting author, and must attend the conference
- Registered attendees may present only one contributed paper, be it oral or poster
- Attendees or collaborators may be co-authors on any number of presentations
- Presentors may also contribute one demo
- Only papers that are presented at the conference will be published in the proceedings