By August 14, 2023 After August 14, 2023
Regular $ 800 CAD ~ 600 USD $ 1,100 CAD ~ 850 USD
Student $ 400 CAD ~ 300 USD $ 400 CAD ~ 300 USD

Important information

  • The registration fees requires an additional 5% Goods & Services Tax.
  • If more than one co-authors of an accepted paper will attend SSTD 2023, at least one of them must choose to pay the required Regular Registration.
  • If you are a student, and you are the only one of the co-authors that will register for SSTD 2023, you must pay a Regular Registration.
  • If you have more than one papers accepted in SSTD 2023, one Regular Registration must be paid separately for each paper.
  • In your registration form, you will be asked to provide the Paper ID (as in your submission), as well as the paper title (as in the camera-ready).
  • Registration fees should be paid for each paper accepted in SSTD 2023 by August 1, 2023.

What is included

  • Regular or Student Registration includes access to the 3-day conference, including coffee breaks, social dinner, and reception.
  • In order to qualify for student rates, you will be asked to show documentation at the conference (for example, a student ID card or transcript) that clearly indicates your status as a student.

Cancellation Policy

  • No refund or partial refund is justified.

Conference Venue

University of Calgary (downtown campus)

SSTD 2023 takes place at the University of Calgary (downtown campus), located at 906 8 Ave SW #226, Calgary, AB T2P 1H9, Canada.

The University of Calgary started in 1944 as the Calgary branch of the University of Alberta, founded in 1908, prior to being instituted into a separate, autonomous university in 1966. It is composed of 14 faculties and over 85 research institutes and centres.



Calgary is the largest city in Alberta and the largest metro area within the three Prairie Provinces region. As of 2021, the city proper had a population of 1,306,784 and a metropolitan population of 1,481,806. It is the third-largest city and fifth-largest metropolitan area in Canada. Calgary is situated at the confluence of the Bow River and the Elbow River in the southwest of the province, in the transitional area between the Rocky Mountain Foothills and the Canadian Prairies, about 80 km (50 mi) east of the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies, roughly 299 km (186 mi) south of the provincial capital of Edmonton and approximately 240 km (150 mi) north of the Canada–United States border.

Travelling to Calgary

By plane

Getting to Calgary is easy with many transportation options to travel from destinations around the world. With one of the world's most modern and welcoming airports, getting to Calgary by air is easy with commercial airline access and other options available to travellers.

Transportation from/to Calgary International Airport

Calgary Transit provides bus service from the airport to various parts of the city. There is no LRT (light rail transit) service at this time. Bus stops are in two locations - one at the Domestic Terminal and one at the International Terminal.

To board the bus at the Domestic Terminal: exit Door 7 on the Arrivals Level. Cross the roadway at Door 2 and walk towards Pillar 7. Ticket vending machines that accept debit, credit card or cash are located here

To board the bus from the International Terminal: exit Door 15 on the Arrivals Level. Cross the roadway and stand at Pillar 32. Ticket vending machines that accept debit, credit card or cash are located here.

Taxi: Taxi service is available at YYC with taxi stands located on the Arrivals Level. A taxi stand is located outside of Doors 1, 9 and 15. It takes about half an hour to get to the down town (approx. 30-40 euros)

Public transportation

Calgary light rail is comprised of two lines and a total of 45 stations. It offers service throughout a 59.9 kilometer-long network. This massive transportation system offers service for 20 hours straight, beginning at 4:00 am and ending at 1:00 am. It has an average train frequency of 10 minutes. Calgary Train offers you the possibility of travelling to and from the Calgary International Airport through three bus routes that are owned by the firm Calgary Transit. The lines of the Calgary train are called lines 201 and 202 respectively. The first line’s signature color is red, and the second line’s signature color is blue. Some of the routes are located underground, while others are located at surface-level, and the rest of the stations are elevated. All of these stations comprise the Transit Mall, and they are located at a duty-free zone. This means that you can travel for free and go shopping throughout this entire area. Line 201 and line 202 connects with each other at several stops.

To connect to the Calgary International Airport, passengers have Route 300 at their disposal, which is available at City Hall station. They also have Route 100, which is available at the stations of McKnight – Westwinds and North Pointe.

Tickets can be bought in advance, and they can be bought either individually or by packs of 10. They can be bought at a ticket booth or at vending machines located at the stations. Individual tickets are valid for only 90 minutes, and they allow you to transfer to a bus. The tickets that are bought in advance should be validated at the station before boarding the metro or bus.

Visa Information

All visitors to Canada arriving from a different country must cross the Canadian border and pass through customs. Visitors arriving by air travel will complete the customs process at the airport upon arrival in Canada.

Visitors to Canada should carry valid travel documents when crossing the border, no matter how you arrive. You will require a passport or equivalent travel document in order to cross the border and enter Canada.


Hotels close to Calgary Downtown

Sandman Signature Calgary Downtown Hotel (3 star)
888 7 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta T2P 3J3, Canada
Tel.: + 1 587-600-2296
Hotel Website

Calgary Marriott Downtown Hotel (4 star)
110 9 Ave SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G 5A6, Canada
Tel.: +1 403-266-7331
Fax.: +1 403-269-1961
Hotel Website

Hotel Clique Calgary Airport (3 star)
24 Aero Cres NE, Calgary, Alberta T2E 7Y5, Canada
Tel: + 1 855-967-3583
Hotel Website

The Westin Calgary (4 star)
320 4 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta T2P 2S6, Canada
Tel.: +1 403-266-1611
Fax: +1 403-233-7471
Hotel Website

Calgary Attractions

Calgary Tower

Climb to the top of the Calgary Tower with this admission ticket and admire the panorama. Located 191 meters above the downtown core, the Calgary Tower offers the best view in the city and is a must-see on any visitor's itinerary. On the Observation Deck, you'll experience a spectacular 360° view of the bustling city and the majestic Rocky Mountains.

Stand on the amazing glass floor for an unparalleled birds-eye view of the city streets below and make sure to check out the exterior LED light show that runs nightly from dusk to midnight.

Sightseeing Bus Tour

Explore Calgary and its landmarks, from the Calgary Tower and Heritage Park to the famous WinSport's Canada Olympic Park. Travel through the city while discovering how the Calgary Stampede, the 1988 Winter Olympics, and the railway helped to create this cosmopolitan city.

Discover city sights such as Calgary City Hall, Olympic Plaza, Telus Spark, Calgary Zoo, East Village, Studio Bell, Stampede Park, Lougheed House Shopping Areas, Heritage Park Historical Village, Canada Olympic Park, Crescent Hill Peace Bridge, Downtown Calgary, Chinatown and Calgary Tower.

City Bike Tour

Your Bike Tour of Calgary starts and ends at Calgary's Sandman Signature Downtown Hotel. Toonie Tours Calgary is excited to lead the way and connect you the past, present and future of Calgary.

A Fun, Active and Exciting Way to See the Sights. The bike tour of Calgary is one of the most fun and exciting things you can do in Calgary. This tour is at a fun, comfortable pace, although it should be noted that previous biking experience is required.

Heritage Park

Complete your trip to Calgary with a visit to the Heritage Park. Spend an incredible day at Canada’s largest living history museum, and witness history come to life. Explore the historic buildings and antique machinery, ride authentic attractions, interact with costumed improvisational actors, learn about the history of Western Canada and have lots of fun.

The park encompasses eight distinct areas that you can reach by train or by feet. Each area is full of exciting things to see and do, taking you back in time to the early days of Western Canada's history.

You can find even more attractions of Calgary here.