Illinois Institute of Technology

Neutrino Factory & Muon Collider
Collaboration Meeting

March 12-15, 2006 — IIT

Center for Accelerator and Particle Physics NFMCC
Organizers: Dan Kaplan, Juan Gallardo
Program: is available here. The meeting will start Sunday morning and run through Wednesday afternoon. A MUTAC review is scheduled for Mar 16-17 at Fermilab following this meeting.
Registration: Please register using this form (which will direct you to the payment link). You can see a list of registered people here. A $60 registration fee will be collected to cover meeting expenses.
Accommodations: Special rates have been negotiated with 3 hotels in downtown Chicago. Please make your reservations right away as the cutoff date is now Mar 3.
Directions to these hotels can be found here. See hotels near Fermilab for MUTAC.
Transportation: The campus is easily reached by bus or elevated train from the airports and downtown Chicago.
Detailed directions can be found here.
If you're bringing a car to campus, please indicate this in the registration form for a free parking permit. If you need a rental car, you should make your reservations soon as that's a busy convention week in Chicago.
Meeting rooms: Plenary sessions will be in room 111 of the Life Sciences (LS) Bldg. at 3101 S. Dearborn St. (southwest corner of 31st and State Streets, building entrance on State St.), see campus map for details. Additional rooms will be available as needed for any breakout sessions.
Computing: Wireless and wired network access will be available in the meeting room as well as a computer room (112) with PCs. Details are provided here.
Banquet: There will be a group dinner Tuesday night (Mar 14) for $30/person at The Parthenon Greek restaurant located at 314 S. Halsted St. (1-312 726 2407). Please pay in advance through this link if not redirected there by the registration form.
Chicago area
Under construction here, check back for updates.
Exploring Chicago
McCormick Tribune Campus Center
Mies van der Rohe Society

Yağmur Torun Validate HTML March 13, 2006