Technical Talks (more details will be posted soon)
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POSTPONED to Spring 2022
The latest University of Kentucky guide on Covid can be found online:
UKy recommends that all attendees to the Summit be vaccinated for Covid but it is not required to attend. However, at this time, all attendees will be required to wear a mask while indoors and practice social distancing. The Summit Conference Facilities are spacious so that will not be a problem. Obviously if you are experiencing COVID symptoms you should NOT attend the Summit event.
Please note that this event is free to all, but you MUST register below including those faculty submitting abstracts for speaking in the Lightning Talk sessions or those graduate students submitting posters for the poster competition. Speakers, Graduate Students and all attendees should register via the button below. You will be prompted for further information if you are registering as a speaker or competing student.
Sponsorship levels are: Platinum-$5000, Gold-$2500, Silver-$1000, and Bronze-$500. We will recognize our sponsors during the Summit verbally as well as in the program materials and on the Summit’s web pages. Gold and Silver sponsors may request a table and/or banner set up in the Summit facilities area to support interactions with attendees and promotion of your technologies. All sponsors are welcome and encouraged to provide a tutorial, mini-workshop or technical presentation during the Pre-Summit Industry Day - October 19th.
We can not offer this annual summit without the generous support of our Sponsors. Your sponsorship covers all expenses related to the summit including food (break refreshments, breakfast, lunch, and reception), and our Graduate Student Poster Competition prizes. This year our top four winning student’s will receive Gift Card prize. The number of other prizes awarded to students will depend upon the amount of sponsorship we are able to obtain.
The participants are responsible for booking the hotels directly.
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