Registration for ACM SUI 2017 is now open! Click here to register!
|Until Aug 28th||Aug 29th - Oct 12th||Oct 13th - Oct 17th|
|ACM Professional Member||$ 450||$ 575||$ 575|
|Standard (Non-ACM member)||$ 575||$ 695||$ 695|
|Student||$ 225||$ 350||$ 350|
ACM SUI 2017 attendees are provided -10% in the registration for the co-located ACM ISS 2017. After registering, you will be provided with a discount code which you will need to enter in the registration form for ISS or vice versa. Prices are excluding UK VAT.
* Onsite registration does not comprise a ticket for the banquet. A separate ticket will be available for purchase for $75.
How to arrive:
There are various routes to and from Brighton depending on your choice of travel. Bellow you can find a few of these travel options:
Brighton is linked to M25 through M23, with access to east and west provided by A27. Gatwick to Brighton journey takes around 30 minutes. Frequent coach journeys are offered by the National Express, to and from the City Centre.
Brighton has direct frequent trains to London from the north side and Portsmouth from the west. London Victoria train to Brighton takes between 50 minutes to 1 hour including the stop at the Gatwick Airport.
Heathrow and Gatwick airport provide Brighton with easy access to various locations around the globe. Both have regular bus and train routes to Brighton.
SIGCHI Student Travel Grant
The SIGCHI Student Travel Grant (SSTG) program is intended to enable students to present their accepted work at SIGCHI sponsored or co-sponsored conferences, such as SUI 2017. The goal is to pre-approve students for grants before a conference’s submission deadline, so that if a student gets a submission accepted, that student can count on having a grant awarded for travel to the conference. More information about who is eligible, the evaluation committee and criteria or deadlines can be found on the SSTG website.
The official SUI 2017 hotel is Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront. SUI attendees can book a room (incl. breakfast, VAT and free internet access) at the following special rates. If you want to make a reservation, please use this special link.
|Single Occupancy B&B||£115 (per room per night)|
|Double/Twin Occupancy B&B||£126 (per room per night)|
|Accommodation October 17 to 21, 2017|
Other Selected Hotels
|Queens hotel (1 block from venue)||Single Occupancy B&B||£80|
|Double/Twin Occupancy B&B||£85|
|Ibis (1.1 km from venue)||Single Occupancy B&B||£75|
|Double/Twin Occupancy B&B||£85|
|Mercure Brighton (1.1 km from venue)||Single Occupancy B&B||£85|
|Double/Twin Occupancy B&B||£95|
The city of Brighton is nestled between the sea and the countryside providing a wealth of things to do. From the exotic Royal Pavilion, with its Indian styled exterior and Chinese inspired interior, to the Lanes, home to all manner of quirky shops from antique stores to high-end boutiques, Brighton has a wealth of attractions for everyone, truly catering for all tastes. Those who like to get active can try their hand at sailing, kayaking or stand-up paddle boarding as well as classic beach volleyball. Alternatively you could enjoy a match of Ping-Pong on one of many table tennis tables dotted around the city; or just try taking a stroll down the half a mile of boardwalk on the Brighton Pier. Last but not least, British Airways i360, is the latest vertical addition to seafront attractions of Brighton giving you a 360 view of east Brighton from 162 m up in the sky. Offerings don’t end when the sun goes down, as there are lots of things to do in Brighton at the evening. From theatre and comedy to live music and nightclubs there will be something to satisfy those night owls!
If you plan to extend your visit to Brighton, short bus trips to both Brighton Marina and Devil’s dyke are highly recommended. Brighton Marina offers a wealth of restaurants, a beautiful sea view, and a bowling complex. If you enjoy countryside and its myths and mysterious, there is no place better to see an unfinished work of the devil himself than the Devil’s dyke. The last shovel of earth he through over his shoulder, before running away, has formed the Isle of Wight.