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The virtual conference component opens with the ATE Connects Kick-Off on October 20 and October 21 from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. EDT and includes a post-conference virtual tack on November 4 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. EDT.
If you and/or members of your team are only planning to attend the virtual conference component, please see the information below pertaining to registration.
Virtual conference session attendance is primarily limited to the principal investigator, co-principal investigators, and team members of ATE-funded projects and centers. Additional attendees may register for the virtual conference component through association with an ATE project or center team.
ATE projects may register up to a maximum of five people to attend the virtual ATE Conference component. Each ATE project will receive five complimentary registrations for the virtual conference component courtesy of NSF ATE. For the purposes of this invitation, renewals, or extensions of a previous grant count as only one project or center.
ATE Centers – Virtual Session Registration Only: ATE centers may register up to a maximum of eight people to attend the virtual ATE Conference component. Each ATE center will receive eight complimentary registrations for the virtual conference component courtesy of NSF ATE. For the purposes of this invitation, renewals, or extensions of a previous grant count as only one project or center; and ATE center planning grants are treated as an ATE project.
ATE Projects and Centers in No-Cost Extensions/Recently Expired Grants – Virtual Session Registration Only: Invited projects and centers in no-cost extensions or those that have recently expired can have a maximum of two people participate in the virtual ATE Conference component and will receive two complimentary registrations courtesy of NSF ATE. This invitation applies only to projects and centers that do not have an active or more recently funded award.
Conference Registration and Grant Numbers: To register for the ATE Conference (whether planning to attend the in-person event or only the virtual sessions), you will need your ATE Grant Number. If your institution has more than one grant, please consult with your team members to determine who should register under which grant. AACC has coded a set number of slots per grant in the online registration system so each participant must register with a grant number. For NSF ATE award number look-up, please consult NSF’s awards database by using the Advanced Search Function and entering “7412” into the Element Code box to restrict your search to the ATE program.