The workshop is held at Fiesta Inn Resort, Phoenix. Phoenix is about 1.5 hours from Sedona and 3.5 hours from Grand Canyon.


Registration fees cover workshop proceedings, presentations, and refreshments. Please note that registration fees are non-refundable.

The proceedings of SBP09 available at for $129.00.


Early Registration (03/01/2009 or earlier)

Registration (after 03/01/2009)

Regular Rate



Student Rate



Please use one of the following forms to complete your registration. Receipts will be available at the workshop upon request.

Hotel Information

The SBP09 workshop will take place at the Fiesta Inn Resort in Phoenix, Arizona. The hotel provides the following rates (excluding tax) for workshop attendees between March 30th - April 2nd, 2009.











The cut-off date for reservation is March 9th, 2009.

Reservations can be made online or by phone 1(800)528-6481 (group code ASU - COMPUTING SCIENCE).

Fiesta Resort Conference Center
2100 South Priest Drive Tempe, AZ 85282
Reservations: 1-800-528-6481
Tel: (480) 967-1441

Nearby Airport and Shuttle Service:

Phoenix Sky harbor International Airport is located 5 miles away (around 10 minutes driving) from the hotel. Shuttle service is available between airport and Fiesta Inn Resort. The shuttles leave every 1/2 hour. Please proceed to the courtesy desk after arrival at the airport; dial Fiesta Inn Resort and the hotel complementary shuttle will come and pick you up.

Driving Directions:

From Sky harbor airport to Fiesta Inn Resort:

1. Take exit towards Highway 202

2. Before getting into 202, take the Priest Dr. Exit toward Center Pkwy.

3. Turn right at N Priest Dr. and drive 2 miles.

4. The hotel is on your right once you pass the intersection of Broadway Road and Priest Dr.

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From Fiest Inn Resort to Sky Harbor airport:

1. Head north on S Priest Dr. for 2.2 miles.

2. Turn left onto the ramp to airport once you pass the bridge (Just follow the signs there)

3. Keep on the left lane and follow the signs to the airport.

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Supported by: AFOSR, AFRL, and ONR; Sponsored by NSF, and NIH.