What will be the format of presentations?

Presentations will have 30-minute slots, with 20 minutes for the talk itself and 10 minutes for questions and room changes.

Will it be possible to participate in the conference remotely?

At this time, we are planning an in-person conference without remote participation.

What are the registration fees?

Early-bird registration is open until March 19 at the following rates:

  • Faculty: $210
  • Student: $125

After March 19, regular registration will apply at the following rates:

  • Faculty: $240
  • Student: $150

Only those actually attending the conference need to register. Co-authors who are unable to attend do not need to register.

What are the details of the conference banquet?

We hope you will join us for a conference banquet the evening of May 10 at the BYU Conference Center. Banquet tickets are $35 and can be purchased during registration. Please indicate any dietary needs when purchasing tickets.

How does BYU’s Honor Code impact the conference?

As a religiously-affiliated private university, BYU has an Honor Code (a religious code of conduct) that applies to students and employees. The Honor Code does not apply to conference attendees or other guests of the University.

You can expect a similar experience to what you would find at any other university. For example, coffee will be served during breaks, as it often is at other conferences.

Will there be published proceedings?

We are planning to publish proceedings containing selected papers from the conference. We will have more information after the conference.

Other questions

Please contact the organizers: lsrl54.conference@gmail.com