Deadline for early-bird registration is March 15, 2000.

In order to attend Interface 2000, you must complete the Interface 2000 registration form. The form is a fillable form and should be completed online, printed, and mailed with a check to the address shown. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the form. It can be downloaded free of charge from the Adobe web site by clicking on the icon below.

If you are unable to download Adobe Acrobat Reader, contact Yvonne Martinez at yxm@lanl.gov, give her your fax number or mailing address and she will send you a hard copy of the registration form.

Interface 2000 Fees

Short course fees are:

Interface and/or Cooperating Organization* Member,
1 course
Interface and/or Cooperating Organization* Member,
2 courses
Non-member, 1 course $200
Non-member, 2 courses $300
Full-time Student, 1 course   $40
Full-time Student, 2 courses   $50

Conference fees (with 1 Banquet ticket included, except for single-day registrants) are:

Interface and/or Cooperating Organization* Member, before March 15 $185
Interface and/or Cooperating Organization* Member, after March 15 $210
Non-member before March 15 $220
Non-member after March 15 $245
Full-time Student $100
Single day (Banquet not included) $120


Contact interface@galaxy.gmu.edu for questions or receipt confirmation.

LearnSTAT Short Course Registration

See the separate registration form for David Draper's short course, Bayesian Hierarchical Modeling, on Saturday, sponsored by LearnSTAT on April 8, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
If you have questions, contact the American Statistical Association at (703) 684-1221.

Friday Night Excursion and Dinner Reservations

Interface 2000 will offer an excursion into the Garden District of New Orleans on Friday evening beginning at 6:45 p.m. The cost of the excursion is $20.00 and will include bus transportation to a two-hour walking tour of the Garden District and Lafayette No. 1 Cemetery. The Garden District is located uptown and is bounded by St. Charles and Magazine Streets. It is one of the most beautiful areas in the city. The Lafayette No. 1 Cemetery in the Garden District is bounded by Washington, Prytania, and Coliseum Streets. New Orleans is famous for her cemeteries, and this is a rare opportunity to view this miniature city of above-ground tombs at night. The tour will end at 9:00 p.m. at the Lafayette No. 1 Cemetery across the street from the famous Commander's Palace Restaurant. Bus transportation will be provided back to the French Quarter.

Participants can choose to stay in the Garden District and eat at the Commander's Palace (call 504-899-8221 for reservations). This is a great opportunity to eat at one of the best restaurants outside the French Quarter, especially one recognized for their outstanding desserts. For those wishing to make reservations, do so now; this is a very popular restaurant. Participants who choose to eat at Commander's Palace are responsible for their own transportation back to the hotel. The streetcar is located on St. Charles Street just two blocks from the final destination of the tour and can be taken back to the French Quarter for $1.00. Taxi transportation back to the hotel can also be arranged.

Reservations for the Friday night excursion and dinner can only be made during the conference at the registration table. Space is limited to 50 people so sign up early!