SLAC Workshop Registration, Program, and Logistics


Workshop 1 will be held from March 16, 2004 to March 18, 2004 at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, located in Menlo Park, California. Registration is by invitation, with encouragement to those interested to request invitations from Richard Mount. Once you have received your invitation letter, you may follow the link below to register for the workshop. Your invitation letter will contain a registration password, which you are required to enter before you can begin the registration process.

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SLAC Workshop Program



We have reserved a block of rooms in the SLAC Guest house for DMW2004 Workshop 1. We have also provided a list of local hotels.

Attendee List

View the list of currently registered attendees for the SLAC workshop.

Computing facilities

There are a small number of public computing facilities at SLAC for visitors to use during their stay. Follow the link above for information regarding wired/wireless internet access, public computers, etc.

Events - 'No Host' Dinner, March 16th

There will be a 'No Host' dinner on March 16th at the California Café. The cost will be $75 inclusive of decent wine. The room can accommodate up to 60 people (68 people have indicated that they would like to join the dinner). The menu includes a vegetarian option.

60 tickets will be available at the Workshop Registration Desk on March 16 morning on a first-come-first-served basis. Please pay with cash or check (payable to Richard Mount) only.

Maps to SLAC

There are three major airports within 35 miles of SLAC: San Jose, Oakland, and San Francisco, with San Jose being the quickest 'drive' to SLAC. Follow the link above to find driving directions and maps from all three airports. There will be limited parking available around the SLAC campus. While no permits are required, be prepared to show your driver's license or passport when entering SLAC via the main security gate.

Meeting Locations

The Workshop will be held in multiple locations on the SLAC campus (Panofsky Auditorium and Redwood Rooms A/B/C/D).


SLAC is located in Menlo Park, California, on the peninsula of the San Francisco Bay Area. This puts it in the midst of a large variety of scenic spots, outdoor activity areas, and cultural hotspots.

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