The 44th Annual International Carnahan Conference
5-8 October 2010, San Jose, California, USA
here for the Registration Website
Optionally use the Registration Form HERE (MS Word) or (PDF)
AUTHORS: See Author Information below and e-mail your paper
(in approved .pdf format) and completed IEEE copyright form to:
Click here for the 2010 Call for Papers (more information)
For additional information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Dolce Hayes Mansion Hotel
200 Edenvale Avenue
San Jose, California 95136
lavish private estate, the Hayes Mansion stands as one of the South Bay’s most
impressive and distinctive historical structures. Surrounded by lush, emerald
green lawns, accented with gardens of vibrant, colorful flowers and guarded by
towering palm trees, the 100-year old estate has been refurbished, upgraded and
transformed into a luxurious hotel, conference center, resort and spa. Steeped in tradition and rich in history, the
mansion provides visitors with an extraordinary experience.
Hayes Mansion is turn-of-the century luxury and high
tech convenience. Listed on the National
Register of Historic Places, the meticulously renovated Spanish Colonial
Revival-style manor is as opulent as ever.
This quiet haven, complete with sweeping mountain views, offers the
perfect venue for business meetings, special events, weddings or relaxing
getaways - just 15 minutes from San Jose International Airport and 45 minutes
from San Francisco and Monterey. Nearby,
wineries, nightlife and championship golf beckon. Stunning décor, fine dining and unparalleled
guest service have made the Dolce Hayes Mansion an award-winning legend once
* 214 Guest Rooms & Suites with free wireless in Guest Rooms and WiFi throughout Hotel-Resort
* 2 Restaurants & 1 Lounge with New
* Day Spa, Fitness Center, Outdoor Pool
DIRECTIONS TO THE DOLCE-HAYES MANSION HOTEL
See www.caltrain.com for information on train service along the peninsula.
Click here for hotel transportation information
Click here for hotel transportation costs
HOTEL ROOM INFORMATION
Hotel room block negotiated rates are $119.00 per night. Register on-line at:
Dolce-Hayes Mansion Hotel using GROUP CODE "Carnahan", or you can
call 1-800-98-DOLCE or 1-408-226-3200 and mention "Carnahan Conference"
for this rate, while rooms in the conference block are available.
Abstract due date 30 March 2010
Acceptance notification 15 May 2010
Paper due date 31 July 2010
Early registration ends 1 September 2010
Golf Tournament 5 October, 8:00am hotel departure
Registration Reception 5 October, 6:00pm at The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose
Conference begins 6 October, 8:00am
Conference banquet 7 October, 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Conference ends 8 October, 12:00pm
CONFERENCE PROGRAM available HERE
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEES (All fees in U.S. dollars)
Authors pay reduced fees. See rates below.
JOIN IEEE TODAY FOR $175.00 AND PAY THE MEMBER RATE!
Early Registration (non-author, through 01 September 2010)
IEEE Member: $ 650.00
Non-IEEE Member: $ 825.00
Student: $ 550.00
Late Registration (non-author, after 01 September 2010)
IEEE Member: $ 750.00
Non-IEEE Member: $ 925.00
Student: $ 650.00
Authors (must be paid with, or prior to paper submittal; paper due 31 July 2010)
PRIMARY authors, including backup papers: $ 650.00
One ICCST Awards Banquet ticket for Thursday evening is provided with each registration fee.
Additional banquet tickets are $65.00. Entertainment is provided by Retro Artists, featuring fully costumed Tribute performances by Santana, Creedence Clearwater Revival and Jimi Hendrix. Also featuring the Liquid Lightshow!
ACCOMPANYING PERSONS PROGRAM
If you are interested in the Accompanying Persons program, please email email@example.com. Tours are planned as follows (subject to change):
Tuesday: Golf Tournament and Registration Reception at The Tech Museum of Innovation
Wednesday: Bus tour to Santa Cruz, Henry Cowell Redwoods and a local winery
This all-day tour cost is $65.00, lunch is not included. Please use registration form above.
Thursday: Enjoy the hotel facilities, play tennis! Evening ICCST banquet at the hotel.
Friday: Enjoy the hotel facilities, play tennis! No planned events.
Saturday: Caltrain day trip to San Francisco (for those still in the area!)
The Carnahan Cup Golf Championship will be held at the Coyote Creek Golf Club (www.coyotecreekgolf.com) in San Jose. Click here for more information. The tournament fee of $65.00 includes course fee, cart, practice range and prizes! Lunch (not included) will be available at the golf course.
ATTENTION - AUTHOR INFORMATION:
Registration fee MUST be paid with or prior to paper submittal; paper due 31 July 2010.
All papers must conform to IEEE PDF eXpress formatting.
See https://www.pdf-express.org for more information. NOTE: Conference ID = ICCST10x
Authors -- you must submit the IEEE Copyright form with your paper (click HERE)
E-mail your paper (in approved .pdf format) and completed IEEE copyright form
by 31 JULY 2010 to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Final Paper Style Guide: HERE (.pdf) and HERE (.rtf)
Tips for a Great Presentation HERE
For more information, see the 2010 ICCST Presentation (1.8MB).
CONFERENCE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
- Mr. Daniel A. Pritchard, Conference Chairman USA
- Mr. Navid Jam, Conference Assistant Chairman, USA
- Mr. William Claycomb, Conference Technical Program Advisor, USA
- Mr. Les Cano, Conference Treasurer, USA
- Ms. Valine Griego, Conference Lead Administrator, USA
- Ms. Diana Krynski, IEEE Registrar, USA
- Mr. Larry Sanson, Consultant, USA