2022 Galaxy Community Conference (GCC2022)
July 17-23, 2022
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
GCC2022 features separate Training Day, Meeting, and CoFest events, which can be registered for separately or all at once. Steep discounts are offered to students and postdocs, and for registering early.
Registration for GCC2022 is open. See below for event details and description of all registraion options. The registration is processed by the University of Minneapolis.
Training Day, July 8
This pre-conference event is virtual, asynchronous, global, and free. The GCC2022 Training Day will focus on introductory topics, many of which are prerequisites for training that is being offered in-person, during the meeting. We recommend you look at the training offerings for Training Day, and during the conference when deciding if you should register for training day.
Cost: Free, for as long as there is space
Meeting, July 17-20
This is it! Our first in-person GCC since 2019. The four day meeting will feature accepted and invited talks, poster, demo, and sponsor sessions, training sessions, Birds-of-a-Feather (BoF) sessions, a conference dinner, and lots of time for networking.
Meeting registration includes admission to conference talks, poster/demo sessions, and all training during the conference. We strongly recommend that you decide on which training you want to take before you start your meeting registration process.
|Early (< May 12)||Full (< June 24)||Late (> June 24)|
|Academic / Non-Profit / Government||$400||$550||$750|
CoFest, July 21-23
You can register for 1, 2, or 3 days of CoFest. The registration cost is used to cover the costs of food and drinks during the event.
Cost: $9 per day
We are happy to offer travel support for exceptional students to attend GCC2022. Travel fellowships will be made available for up to 7 students that apply and submit an abstract for a talk. Up to 2 students will be sponsored by the Galaxy Common Fund. Up to additional 5 students will be sponsored by an annoymous donor in honor of James Taylor.
The fellowship will cover the costs of meeting registration, dorm accomodations for 3 nights, conference dinner, up to $750 towards travel expenses, and an option to add CoFest and additional 2 nights dorm accommodation.
To apply, make sure to submit an abstract for a talk AND complete the fellowship application. The first deadline for both is April 12. To give ample time to sort out travel plans, you will be notified around May 1 if you have been selected as a fellowship recepient.
A number of rooms are the conference hotel were reserved for the duration of the event. Alternatively, you can sign up for lodging on campus in the residence halls as a very affordable option. There are also numerous nearby lodging options in the city. See the Travel page for more details. If you have questions about lodging or need help, please reach out to Amy Beckham.
There are fees and time invested into each registration and hence there are unfortunate cancelation fees. See the table below for the specifics. If you need to cancel your registration, please contact the organizers.
|Cancelation date||Cancelation fee|
|Before April 28||15%|
|April 29 - June 16||50%|
|June 17 and later||100%|
|For dorms, after June 30||100%|