We hope you can join us for two days of news, information, and insights about computing and security, plus plenty of opportunities to network with your peers from throughout the University of California. The low registration fee of $115 gives you access to lectures, panel discussions, hands-on labs, continental breakfasts, lunches, and refreshments. Attendees will also receive an event t-shirt and conference materials. Please visit the UCCSC 2009 website for information and to register online.
Registration is open April 6 – May 22, 2009. Pre-registration is required. There will be no on-site registration for the conference.
A $50 discount is available to the first 100 non-UC Davis employees who stay in the residence halls. To be eligible, you:
- Must not be a UC Davis employee.
- Must pay registration fees by intercampus recharge. (Note: This discount is not available if you pay registration fees by credit card or are a presenter whose registration fees have been waived.)
- Should reserve your room in the residence hall on the same day that you register for UCCSC, so that the discount can be processed promptly.
Choose your sessions
Please pre-select the sessions you would like to attend using our online registration system. This system allows us to track session enrollment numbers and move popular sessions to larger spaces, if needed. However, seating in some sessions – particularly the hands-on labs — is limited and many will fill up quickly. In the event of overcrowding, session rosters will be used to guarantee that pre-enrolled attendees are seated. To ensure your seat in the sessions you want to attend most, be sure to register early.
On-campus housing is available in Kearney and Laben Halls, two of our newest residence halls, for $50 per night. They are conveniently located next door to our UCCSC2009-Focus on Security headquarters, the Tercero Dining Hall. The residence halls are single occupancy only. Persons not registered for UCCSC are not permitted in the residence halls.
A discounted rate of $99 is also available at the Hallmark Inn in Davis. The Hallmark Inn is just a few blocks from the eastern edge of campus, and is close to the Davis Amtrak station, numerous restaurants, and movie theaters.
This year's presentations cover a wide range of topics in network administration and security; privacy and data security; security tools for system administrators; and IT management. See the conference schedule for details.
If you plan to bring a car to campus, please be aware that parking permits are required. Permits from other campuses are accepted. You can also buy UC Davis parking permits when you register or after you arrive.