2020 USENIX Annual Technical Conference

July 15–17, 2020
Boston, MA, USA
Submissions due: Wednesday, January 15, 2020

The 2020 USENIX Annual Technical Conference will take place on July 15–17, 2020, at the Sheraton Boston in Boston, MA, USA. USENIX ATC brings together leading systems researchers for the presentation of cutting-edge systems research and the opportunity to gain insight into a wealth of must-know topics, including virtualization, system and network management and troubleshooting, cloud and edge computing, security, privacy, and trust, mobile and wireless, and more.

Interested in participating? View the Call for Papers. Submissions are due by Wednesday, January 15, 2020.

Keynote Speakers

Our USENIX ATC '20 keynote speakers will be:

  • Ethan Miller, University of California, Santa Cruz, "The Future of the Past: Challenges in Archival Storage"
  • Radhika Nagpal, Harvard University, “The Pursuit of Collective Intelligence (and Happiness) in Science”
  • Margo Seltzer, University of British Columbia, "The Fine Line between Bold and Fringe Lunatic," the first USENIX Lifetime Award Keynote


Sheraton Boston
39 Dalton St
Boston, MA 02199
+1 617.236.2000

Sheraton Boston


For general information, call USENIX at +1 510.528.8649 or send direct queries via email:

Registration: conference@usenix.org
Membership: office@usenix.org
Sponsorship: sponsorship@usenix.org or x17
Student Grants: students@usenix.org
Proceedings Papers: production@usenix.org or x32

Conference Organizers

Conference Sponsorship

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The acceptance of any organization as a sponsor does not imply explicit or implicit approval by USENIX of the donor organization’s values or actions. In addition, sponsorship does not provide any control over conference program content. Questions? Contact the Sponsorship Department.