BuildSys 2011 is organized in conjunction with ACM SenSys 2011.

Registration site is open

With the support from the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF), a limited number of Student Travel Grants is available.

Advance registration deadline is Oct 2, 2011.
Registration Fee (USD):

ACM/SIG Members Non-member Student
Sensys Conference: Advance 700 775 375
Sensys Conference: Late 800 875 425
Sensys Conference: On site 850 925 475
Workshops 225 300 150

One may register for only one of the workshops.


* Cancellations requested before the advance registration deadline (October 2, 2011) are refundable, subject to a $25 handling fee.
* Cancellations requested after the advance registration deadline but on or before October 28, 2011 are refundable subject to a 50% cancellation fee.
* Cancellations requested on or after Oct 29, 2011 are not refundable.

All dates and times are in the time zone of the event venue.

Visa Information

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Letters from ACM:

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BuildSys 2011

3rd ACM Workshop On Embedded Sensing

Systems For Energy-Efficiency In Buildings

Seattle, WA, USA

November 1, 2011

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