January 17, 2014
Computer Technology Workshop (CTW) proposals are due for consideration for the 2014 program
December 3, 2013 - February 3, 2014
Online submission of abstracts (invited poster, regular and topic contributed abstracts)
March 31 - April 17, 2014
Online Abstract Editing Open
May 1, 2014
Registration & Housing Open
May 12, 2014
Draft Manuscript Deadline
May 29, 2014
Early Registration Deadline
May 30 - July 1, 2014
Regular Registration (increased fees apply)
July 2, 2014
July 2 - July 17, 2014
Late Registration (increased fees apply)
Conference Information > Local & Travel Information
Boston is in the Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Zone.
The weather in Boston varies with the four seasons. In the summer, Boston is hot and humid during the day but can be chilly at night. It is best to check the weather before packing. Website links providing basic weather information include www.weather.gov and www.weather.com.
High: 80° F
Low: 65° F
Bostonians dress smartly and simply. Prepare for hot and humid days and cool nights. Afternoons should be clear and bright, but evenings can be chilly. Dress in light-weight or business casual clothes and comfortable shoes when walking around the city. Be prepared with a light-weight jacket or sweater for evenings and when attending sessions and meetings, as the convention center and hotels are air-conditioned. It is also advised to bring an umbrella.
Boston has many wonderful restaurants. To search detailed dining information, click here.
Boston is the perfect mix of historical and hip and offers an array of activities. There are numerous historical sites to visit like the Freedom Trail, the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, the Bunker Hill Monument, and the Old North Church. After getting your history fill, relax at the Boston Common or visit the Boston Public Garden and take a swan boat ride before preparing for dinner and a night out on the town. To search area attractions and events while in town, click here.