October 10-11, 2017 • Atlanta, GA U.S.A. • Organized by the School of Public Policy at Georgia Tech



Register here for the 7th Biennial Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, October 10-11, 2017.
The opening reception and poster session will be held in conjunction with the Global TechMining Conference on the evening of Monday, October 9.

The conference banquet will take place at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum from 6 - 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 10, 2017. See more details below.

Those also participating in the Global TechMining Conference on Monday, October 9 can register here.

  Early Registration Late Registration

Conference registration for presenters, posters
and session chairs

$450 $550

‡Conference registration for students

$225 $275

Conference Attendee

$550 $650


$70 $70


















Early registration ends August 31, 2017. Late registration starts September 1, 2017.


Visit VISA Information to request a Letter of Invitation and for more VISA details.


‡ Limited number of registrations available at the student rate


Conference Banquet

We expect the ATLC dinner this year to be a real highlight of the conference! This year we will delve into a historical treasure, the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum. The Museum of the Jimmy Carter Library provides a unique experience for the visitor. Through displays of room settings, objects, documents, photographs, audio, and video, visitors can acquire a close-up view of the modern American Presidency.


Changing exhibits are drawn from the library and museum collections or are based on themes relating to the presidency and American political history. Many of these are traveling exhibitions from the Smithsonian Institution, other Presidential Libraries, and other museums around the world.


Dinner will be served upon arrival. After dinner you will also have the opportunity to tour the library.


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