NASA Office of Logic Design

NASA Office of Logic Design

A scientific study of the problems of digital engineering for space flight systems,
with a view to their practical solution.

2004 MAPLD International Conference

Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
Washington, D.C.

September 8-10, 2004

Registration Information

Ms. Ana Wilson, Registration Coordinator
For the 2004 MAPLD International Conference, our
Registration Coordinator is Ms. Ana Wilson, who can
be reached at or 301-794-0900 ext. 138.

Click for On-Line and Fax Registration

Evaluation of the Registration Process

Category Early Registration Closes August 9, 2004 Late3 Registration begins August 10, 2003
Seminar 1: Tuesday September 7, 2004
Topic: "VHDL Synthesis for High-Reliability Systems"
 (6 hours, full day).

Student4: $125


Student4: $190

Seminar 2: Tuesday September 7, 2004
Topic: "Aerospace Mishaps and Lessons Learned"
(6 hours, full day).
Conference1: Sept. 8-10, 2004

Student4: $200


Student4: $300

Large Industrial Exhibit (Sept. 8-10, 2004)
Includes 3.3 meters of space, electricity, and 2 registrations
$1500 $2250
Small Industrial Exhibit (Sept. 8-10, 2004)
Includes 2 meters of space and 1 registration.  Services extra.
$600 $900

Tickets for your guest to attend MAPLD 2004 Events2,3

Lunch, Wednesday, 9/8





Lunch, Thursday, 9/9

Dinner, Thursday, 9/9

1All Industrial Exhibitors that are not covered by the Exhibitor's registration must register at the Regular Participant rate for each person attending.
2 We prefer that you register your guests in advance; however, guests can be registered at the Conference.  Your meals are included with the registration fee.
3 Availability is on a first-come, first-served, space-available basis.
4 Student rate available to full-time students only.

To reserve space for an Industrial Exhibit, please send your request to


A $50 processing fee will be withheld from all refunds.  Refunds of registration fees requested after August 16, 2004 are not guaranteed.

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