Cost of Attending SATURN 2013

We at the SEI have received a few inquiries about the rates for attending SATURN 2013. Although we haven’t finally decided what the rates will be, I’m happy to share with you what we know at this time.

A super-early-bird rate for SATURN conference registration will be in effect from February 4 through March 10, followed by an early-bird rate and a regular rate as we get closer to the conference date. The super-early-bird rate will be $700, lower than last year’s $750 early-bird rate. Tutorials held during the week of the conference are $400 each at the super-early-bird and early-bird rates, and $500 at full price. We will also offer a 10% discount on tutorials for people who sign up for two or more tutorials. SEI courses, held on Monday and Tuesday of the conference week, are $1000. This year, we will be offering Software Architecture Design and Analysis and Advanced Topics in Service-Oriented Architecture.

The best way for you to get a discount on registration at SATURN is to submit a proposal for a presentation, lightning talk, or tutorial at the conference. Session presenters get 40% off the cost of registration and tutorial presenters get free conference registration. So I hope you will look at the SATURN 2013 software architecture conference Call for Submissions and consider sending us a proposal.

This year at SATURN, we will also be advertising and providing a 10% discount to attendees from any organization that registers three or more people for the conference.

Please let us know if you have additional questions. I hope to see you at SATURN 2013!

Thanks and regards,
Bill Pollak
SATURN 2013 Conference Chair


2 responses to “Cost of Attending SATURN 2013

  1. Out of curiousity, how many attendees were there at SATURN 2012 ?

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