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2018 Rayleigh Tutorial

Location

CU Engineering Center. Enter through courtyard by large stone orbs (south).

Discovery Learning Center, 1B65

Parking: Lot 436   SEE NOTE BELOW ABOUT PARKING

Campus Map

 

!!!! PARKING INFORMATION FOR SATURDAY 15 SEPTEMBER !!!!

DO NOT park in surface lots. Use lot marked above as 436 (NOT 436/494). Park in garage parking at $30.  

There is a football game on Saturday and you will be towed if you park in lot 436/494.

 

Transportation

Denver International Airport (DIA) is served by many US and international carriers.  

Transportation to Boulder includes:

All participants are expected to stay the duration of the event.

Please indicate on the registration form if you need special assistance due to a disability during your stay.

Meeting Location

Both the tutorial and development workshop will be hosted on the University of Colorado campus. 

Tutorial, September 15

        CU Engineering Center
        Discovery Learning Center, 1B65

Workshop, September 17-19

        JILA Tower, 10th Floor

Travel Support

We anticipate providing up to $750  towards 5 nights lodging expenses for those traveling to attend the tutorial and workshop.

Limited transportation support is available.

Please see Reimbursement for complete instructions and forms for domestic and Foreign Travelers.

Lodging

Lodging is NOT provided by this event.  

Food

The workshop includes light snacks for morning and afternoon breaks and lunch. You are on your own for dinners.

Code of Conduct

CIG supports a variety of activities, online and in person, to foster best practices in scientific software development and promote learning, networking, and collaboration. We value the participation of every member of the community and want all participants to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience in their interactions with the CIG community.  Accordingly, all who participate in CIG activities are expected to show respect and courtesy to others, whether interacting in person or online.   CIG’s project leaders, meeting organizers, and committee and working group members are expected to act as representatives of CIG in carrying out their responsibilities.

CIG is dedicated to providing a harassment-free environment, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, religion (or lack thereof), technology choices and experience level, or other group status.

Full Code of Conduct

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