THE PET BANQUET IS FULL. PEOPLE CAN CONTINUE TO REGISTER, BUT THEY WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ATTEND THE JULY 1 BANQUET DINNER.
All attendees must register for the symposium. For a paper to be published in the symposium proceedings and be scheduled for presentation, at least one author must register. All fees are quoted in US dollars and include applicable taxes.
The regular registration rate includes the technical program, the symposium proceedings, breakfasts, lunches, and breaks Tuesday to Thursday (which includes HotPETS), the Monday and Tuesday evening receptions, and the Wednesday evening symposium banquet.
The accompanying guest rate includes the Monday and Tuesday evening receptions and the Wednesday evening symposium banquet. The guest rate can be paid separately.
Stipends are available for those who need financial assistance to attend PETS. More information is available here.
Attendees can also register for the SAT Workshop on Monday. The SAT Workshop registration rate covers coffee breaks and lunch on Monday, and a reception on Monday night.
- SAT Workshop: June 29
- Symposium: June 30 (8:00am) – July 2 (5:30p)
- Optional "field trip" July 3
- Optional celebration July 4
|Early — before June 11||Late — after June 11|
|SAT Workshop only||$150||$200|
|PETS + SAT Workshop||$550||$650|
You can register here (and also book housing in the dorms): Registration Website. The registration site is kind of confusing, but after you click "Add to cart" on the thing you want (housing or conference registration) it will give you more options (workshops, number of nights, etc).
Social Event: Friday July 3: "Wissahickon Woods"
There will be an optional excursion on Friday, July 3. We will spend the afternoon (12:00pm – 4:00pm) with a hike. The hike is included in the symposium fee, nevertheless attendees must reserve their spot at the time of registration as we have limited spots to be given in a first-come-first-served fashion. A box lunch will be provided. You can learn more about Wissahickon here.
Social Event: Saturday July 4: "July 4th in Philadelphia"
When making your travel plans, you may want to stay for July 4. Saturday is the July 4th holiday in the United States, which is typically celebrated with picnics, concerts, and fireworks. Philadelphia, as the home of key historical sites in the American revolution, is a popular place to celebrate the holiday. While July 4 is not a part of the conference, there will be people around to informally celebrate. Information about the 4th in Philly can be found here.
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