CENTER Carnegie Mellon UniversityCarnegie Mellon Computer Science DepartmentSchool of Computer Science
MillerFest 2006
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Registration and Payment Information: Deadline Monday, April 3rd
Workshop: The fee to attend the workshop sessions is US$50; this fee will be waived for attendees who register by Monday, April 3rd, 2006. Your registration fee includes admission to all workshop sessions, continental breakfast, lunch, and morning and afternoon coffee breaks.
Banquet: The additional fee to attend the banquet is US$30 for faculty and US$15 for students. This fee includes a light appetizers and full sit-down dinner; a cash bar will be available. The organizers strongly encourage all workshop participants to attend the banquet since it promises to be an enjoyable evening with good food and an entertaining social program.

Registration Form
To register for the workshop, you must complete all the required fields on this form (indicated with a *) and click the "Submit Registration" button. If payment is due and you choose online credit card payment, you will then be directed to our secure online payment system. You should receive an email within fifteen business days to confirm your registration; if you do not receive confirmation after fifteen business days, please send email to or call ALADDIN Center Assistant Director Susan Hrishenko at 412-268-7317.

*First Name
*Last Name
*Organization Name
*Zip Code
*Category Faculty     Student     Industry     Government
*Workshop and Banquet I plan to attend the following (select all that apply):
Wednesday evening banquet
Thursday workshop sessions
(The banquet fee is US$30 for faculty and US$15 for students.)
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*Payment Method Credit card online
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