Paid registration provides delegates with access to the conference presentations and workshops, the full conference proceedings, and meals during business hours. A small fee will be charged during registration to secure your placement in specialist tutorials and workshops where space is limited due to materials or for reasons of facilitation.

ASU’s Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes (CSPO) 20th Anniversary in 2019

Access to online registration is coming shortly. The rates are as follows.

IEEE/ASU University Early Bird
< Oct 16
Regular
Oct 16
On-Site
IEEE Members400500600
IEEE Life Members/ IEEE Students200300400
non-IEEE/non-ASU University
All non-IEEE Members/non-ASU Faculty 500600700
Non-IEEE Student 300400500
ASU Promotional Rates
ASU Faculty (with Xplore papers)250350450
ASU Faculty (without Xplore papers)200300400
Other
Low Income100200300
Entry to Co-located Workshops5060100
General Admission*
Media Pass
Field Trip to Sedona^75

* Underrepresented Minority, Unemployed Citizens, High School Students, High School Teachers and children of delegates are welcome with prior written notice acknowledged by the General Chair. There will be a limit to the number of passes in this category.
^ The trip to Sedona will be per person, and must be pre-paid. The cost of the trip will cover transportation, entry into the Park, and a packed lunch. Estimated time required – 6 hours. The trip will take place on Sunday 15th November 2020.

Cathedral Rock Trailhead, Sedona, United States – Photo by Billy Cox on Unsplash