Fundamentals and Advances in Trace Sampling and Detection Workshop Information
Date: Wednesday, August 5th, 2015. Time: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM. Check-in & Breakfast at 8:00AM.
Location: Raytheon (Room 240), Egan Research Center Building Northeastern University, Boston, MA.
The topic of this workshop, “Fundamentals and Advances in Trace Sampling and Detection.”
Directions and Parking: GPS/Google Maps Address: 120 Forsyth Street, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115. The Egan Research Center is #60 on the campus map, linked here.
Parking: A Campus map and directions are available online at www.neu.edu/campusmap. Northeastern University has two paid campus garages with parking:
- Closest NU Garage: Gainsborough Parking Garage (C2 on the campus map), located at 10 Gainsborough Street, Boston.
- Additional NU Parking: Renaissance Parking Garage (A2 on the campus map), located at 835 Columbus Avenue, Boston.
Parking tickets will be validated at the workshop.
Reimbursement: Reimbursement is available for academic speakers only. All submissions for reimbursement must be eligible per the guidelines outlined on our reimbursement page.
Lodging: A Room block has been reserved for the nights of August 4th and 5th at the Inn at Longwood Medical, in Boston, under “ALER0815″. The room rate is $209/night + tax.
To book a room at the Inn at Longwood, you can visit their website or you can call (617) 731-4700.
Please note: The room block will expire on Friday, July 17th, 2015.
Previous Workshop Presentations: Presentations given at the TESSA01 Workshop in August, 2014, are available for download at: http://alert.northeastern.edu/transitioning-technology/tessa/tessa-01-presentations/
For technical or other workshop-related questions, please contact Prof. Stephen Beaudoin at [email protected], the TESSA Planning Committee Chair, or Prof. Michael Silevitch at [email protected], the Director of ALERT.
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