Registration for SusTech 2020 is now open!
See our 1-page flyer. (PDF)
For details on Registration options and fees see the Registration page.
Hotel reservations can be made directly with the hotel, see the location page.
Early Registration ends April 15.
Note: If you will need a Visa, register early. Visa letters are issued upon full payment.
Registration options this year include Author/Presenter, Attendee, Sustainability Forum Only (Thursday) & Student Poster Competition contestants.
- Full Conference Registration (Author/Attendee) Includes: Welcome Reception (Wednesday), Sustainability Forum (Thursday), Technical Program (Friday), Proceedings, Thursday Banquet, and access to workshops/tutorials on Saturday.
- Sustainability Forum Only is one-day (April 23); Banquet Ticket for Thursday dinner is extra.
- Student Poster Competition (Saturday) covers team of up to four students [one must be IEEE Student Member]. See Student Poster Competition for details.
The process is: chose your category (IEEE member, non-member, Student etc) then provide your name and contact info. Then select your registration option. If you are an Author, Sustainability Forum Only, or you are Poster contestant. If Author, you will be asked how many papers you are presenting (up to three) and the paper ID and title for each and your fee will be adjusted accordingly. You will then have the opportunity to purchase one or extra Banquet tickets for Thursday. Full registration includes one ticket. Sustainability Forum Only and Poster Competition do not include the banquet.
The Full Conference Program schedule (subject to change) can be found here.
The Sustainability Forum is a unique conference track at SusTech 2020 that focuses on the aspirations and goals of industry practitioners and technical professionals. This one-day event features a unique blend of experts in leadership, institutions, and technology. The Sustainability Forum is the first day of SusTech 2020, April 23. It will feature industry experts giving talks on Autonomous Vehicles, Power Electronics and the Smart Grid, Nuclear Power, Space Based Solar Power, and Climate Change. There will be a panel on “The New Norm? Drought and Water Supply Resiliency for California” and another discussing “Challenges for Sustainability Programs at SoCal Universities”.
Each session is designed for innovators, entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs who face the challenges of excelling in a dynamic and constantly changing technical world of sustainability.
The Forum is available as a one-day stand-alone registration option. Lunch is included, and a separate ticket to the evening banquet can be purchased.
The Automated Vehicle Workshop is a hands-on complement to SusTech that details applying open-source software and hardware to building your very own automated vehicle. The focus is on automating micromobility, providing SOV (single-occupancy vehicle) urban transportation that matches automotive performance, but using 45 times less energy. This one-day event features background on the opportunity and technologies, followed by hands-on experiments.
The Automated Vehicle Workshop (all day Saturday) is included with Full registration. If you want to attend only the Workshop, and not the conference, you can register for it separately here.