The CSSSA 2012 Conference will take place in Santa Fe, NM, from September 18th through the 21st. As with last year’s conference, the conference will take place at the Bishop’s Lodge Resort.
- Wednesday: Professor Stephen Pratt, Arizona State University;
- Thursday: Professor Paul Torrens, University of Maryland
Workshops: The CSSSA 2012 will feature two lunchtime workshops. Note: To allow the workshop presenters to plan their presentations, please sign up for the workshops by following the links provided.
- John Murphy: Agent-Based Modeling on Parallel and High-Performance Systems: Theory and Practice (Click here to register)
- Stephen Guerin: Explorations in Ambient Computing for Computational Social Science (Click here to register)
- Register for the conference at https://csssa.newmexicoconsortium.org/
- Tuesday, September 18th: Welcome Reception
- Wednesday, September 19th: Conference Sessions AM-PM
- Thursday, September 20th: Conference Sessions AM-PM, and Conference Banquet
- Friday, September 21st: Conference Sessions AM; Conference Closes
- Registration: $350 Student Rate: $150. Please note that $50 of this registration fee will pay for your annual CSSSA membership.
- An additional charge of $50 will be added for registration after August 10th
- Membership Fee (required): $50
- Additional Guests to the conference and Thursday Evening Banquet: $40/person
The conference hotel is the Bishop’s Lodge Resort. The conference hotel rate is $105 per night, plus a reduced resort fee of $10 per night. The rate is valid three days before and three days after the conference based upon availability.
To qualify for the reduced rates reservations must be made before August 24th. PLEASE NOTE, if the hotel registration link does not work, then PLEASE make your reservation by contacting Cece at 505-819-4022 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please book your lodging at Bishops Lodge ASAP since availability is very limited.
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Dress code is casual for the conference. The conference schedule is structured to give you time during the day to establish collaborations and go explore the beautiful Santa Fe area. Bring hiking clothes if you are interested in spending time in the local mountains. The aspen forests will be in their full spectacular fall colors during the conference. Temperatures can get cold at night and snow is possible this time of year at the higher elevations.
Lots of other things to do in Santa Fe…
See you in Santa Fe!