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 Important Dates
Call for Presentations
 » JIST-first Submission
1 Nov. 2019
      (w/paper in proceedings)
 » Standard Submission
2 Jan. 2020 (rolling)
      (w/paper in proceedings)
Final Manuscripts Due (standard submission)
3 April 2020
Early Registration Ends
19 April 2020
Hotel Deadline TBD
Conference Begins
18 May 2020

  2020 Conference Registration Fees

Conference registration includes admission to all technical sessions (Tu-Th), coffee breaks (Tu-Th), Welcome Reception (M), Conference Reception (Tu), Behind-the-Scenes Tours (W), and conference proceedings. Separate registration fees are required for short courses. Regular registration offers options that include membership (new or renewal) plus an online subscription to the Journal of Imaging Science and Technology (JIST) or Journal of Electronic Imaging (JEI) for the same price as the non-member fee. Student registration includes membership and an online subscription to JIST.

 

REGULAR STUDENT*

Conference Registration Categories and Fees

Thru
April 19
After
April 19
Thru
April 19
After
April 19
  Conference Registration: 
       Current IS&T Members
$555 $655 $225 $275

  Conference Registration + membership + JIST
       New or Renewing Membership
      membership begins ~2 weeks from registration; expires 12/31/20

$680 $780 $225 $275

  Conference Registration + membership + JEI
       New or Renewing Membership
      membership begins ~2 weeks from registration; expires 12/31/20

$680 $780 n/a n/a

  Conference Registration Non-member

$680 $780 $225 $275

  One-day

$305 $355 $150 $200
*Students through PhD
Short Course Fees  REGULAR STUDENT*

 4-hour Class

Thru
19 April
After
19 April
Thru
19 April
After
19 April
        Member $265 $315 $90 $115
        Non-member $290 $340 $90 $115

 2-hour Class

       
        Member $170 $220 $65 $90
        Non-member $195 $245 $65 $90
*Students through PhD.
Special Notes for Short Courses: Please register for courses early to insure that they run. Short courses only registration is possible; conference registration is not required to take classes. Take 3 classes and receive a 10% discount. Use code 2020Pick3 when you register.

Monitors needed for classes; take a class for free in exchange for helping IS&T and instructors. Contact archiving@imaging.org for details.



  Conference Venue and Logistics

NARA—National Archives and Records Administrations
700 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC

Located in the heart of Washington, DC, the National Archives borders the National Mall, home to many of the Smithsonian Museums and the National Gallery of Art. Numerous cultural heritage institutions, the US Capitol, the White House, national monuments, restaurants, and Metro transit stations are within easy walking distance. 

The average temperature in May is 75°F/24°C. Some rain can be expected.

Airport Information

For planning purposes, attendees may arrive at any of the three Washington, DC airports.

  • Reagan National Airport (DCA) is about 4 miles  from the Archives.  It is a 12 minute metro ride  via the yellow line (~$2.20).  DCA is also served by SuperShuttle and taxiFor details, see the airport website.
  • Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) is 27 miles from the Archives. There are numerous transit options detailed on the BWI airport website  In addition to an airport shuttle (~$30) or taxi (~$80), there is also a $7.50 Express bus from BWI to the Greenbelt Metro Station. One Metro train change is required between Greenbelt station and the Archives station.Those going to downtown DC hotels may also take the train from BWI to Union Station and take a taxi or the Metro from there.
  • Dulles International Airport (IAD) is about 27 miles from the Archives and hosts the most international flights. Shuttle/Metro combo, SuperShuttle (~$35), and taxi (~$80) service are all available from IAD. The Silver Line Express bus connects IAD to Metro's Wiele Avenue-Reston-East station on the Silver line. The IAD website describes the option in greater detail.

Navigating DC Metro
www.wmata.com offers an interface to help you plan your travel to/from locations in the DC metro area. It includes Metro, buses, and walking.

Getting to National Archives
National Archives is served by the Gallery Place/Chinatown Station (Red line) and Archives/Navy-Memorial/Penn Quarter Station (Yellow and Green lines).

Parking is not available at NARA. Street parking is limited both in terms of length of time and availability. Garage parking is recommended.

Lodging
There is no official hotel for the conference. Please make arrangements that suit your specific needs.

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