W.K.H. Panofsky: A Symposium Celebrating Pief

April 10th, 2008
Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center
McCaw Hall
Stanford University
Stanford, California

Bulletin for Registered Participants

We have a large number of participants and a rather full agenda. This bulletin contains information to facilitate your timely arrival and check-in so we are assured of an on-time start for President John Hennessy’s welcome address at 8:30 am.

If you are attending at the Arrillaga Alumni Center on the Stanford campus you need to set aside adequate time to secure parking, proceed through check-in and get yourself seated. The check-in desk at the Alumni Center will open at 7:30 am, as will coffee service. For driving directions and parking arrangements see below. Please note that access to the Galvez Parking lot is only possible from Campus Drive. You may wish to drop passengers off at the Alumni Center before parking. After dropping off passengers, proceed east on Galvez street and make a left onto Campus Drive. (If you miss this turnoff, you will be forced to go all the way to El Camino Real before returning west on Galvez street.) Once you have parked, signs will direct you to the Alumni Center: please allow 5-10 minutes to walk from your car to the registration desk. There will be transportation from the Galvez parking area to the Alumni Center for those people who need special assistance.

A courtesy lunch will be served at the Arrillaga Center for all registered participants.

For those attending the Symposium at the Panofsky Auditorium at SLAC, the registration check-in will be open as of 8 am. Coffee will be served throughout the day. Given the easy access to the SLAC Cafeteria, there is no hosted lunch at this venue.

Bulletin, Map and Parking (printable)

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This meeting is free to registered participants. Registration is necessary to participate. » Register

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