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CBMS 2006: The 19th IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems

How to Get There: Directions, Maps & Travel Options

More visitor information and some additional maps can be found under "Where it is: Conference Setting" on the "Where" page. For more on hotel accommodations see "Where to Stay: Accommodations" on the "Where" page.

Free Airport Shuttle

Please call 801-521-7373 in advance or use the direct phone line in the baggage terminal for free airport shuttle service.

Directions & Maps

Directions and maps to the Red Lion Hotel Salt Lake Downtown from the Salt Lake City International Airport can be found online. Maps of the area (more) and information on traffic (with camera links) and weather conditions (more) are also available. You can also request that an official Utah State Highway Map be mailed to you, free of charge.

Travel Options

Options for getting to Salt Lake City include air travel, train and bus.

For travel in the area, the Red Lion Hotel offers 24-hour-a-day shuttle services for downtown and airport transportation (more information coming soon...). Public transportation—including bus and some light rail—is also available.

How to Register: Pre-Registering for the Conference

The registration form is available as a Word Document or a PDF. Please be aware of the following before registering:

International Participants

International participants are strongly encouraged to allow enough time for the process of applying for visas for travel to the United States. Visa request forms are available in both PDF and Microsoft Word Document formats—please fill one out and return it by email to cbms2006@ee.byu.edu or by fax to (801) 422-0201.

Pre-Registration

You must pre-register to have a paper published in the proceedings. If you only plan to attend and are not submitting a paper, pre-registration is still strongly encouraged. The pre-registration deadline is April 8, 2006.

Registration Fees

Registration includes reception, coffee breaks, breakfasts, luncheons, banquets (Thursday night), and proceedings.

Registration Fees By April 8 After April 8
Full US$420 US$460
IEEE or ACM member & NIH Staff US$380 US$420
Student (must document student status) US$150 US$200

How to Submit a Paper: Process & Requirements

Only electronic submission of original technical contributions will be accepted.

Final Manuscript Submission

The contact authors of the accepted papers should have received an email from IEEE Computer Society with submission instructions. Final manuscripts should be submitted to IEEE directly through

http://www.computer.org/portal/pages/ieeecs/publications/cps/final/cbms06.xml

Please note that the submission deadline is April 7, 2006. The file should be named as follows: paperID_lastname_firstinitial.pdf

How To Prepare Your Presentation

Speaker A/V Information

All of the presentation rooms are equipped with laptop projectors. If you are not bringing your own laptop, please have your PowerPoint presentation saved on a CD ROM. The Conference laptops have MS Windows XP OS and Microsoft Office 2003, including PowerPoint. Please check in with your session chairs before your session starts and ensure that your presentation will work with the equipment provided.

Poster

Poster size: 3 ft (W) x 4 ft (H). (Approximately 0.9 x 1.3 meters)

Posters should be posted before 12:00 pm on Thursday and can be removed after 6:00 pm.

For questions concerning the symposium, please email cbms2006@ee.byu.edu.

For questions concerning the web site, please email webmaster@ee.byu.edu.

Some content has been taken from past years' sites, sometimes with modification. Although we have tried to make this site useful, we will not be held responsible for damage due to errors or omissions.

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