Center for Enabling New Technologies Through Catalysis
A NSF Center for Chemical Innovation
CENTC Annual Meeting
September 9-11, 2012
University of Washington, Seattle
Agenda• Arrival Information • Hotel Information • Restaurants • Transportation
Maps • Information for Industrial Affiliates and NSF Representatives
Meeting agenda for industrial affiliates.
Monday, September 10 -
Center for Urban Horticulture
edge of the University of Washington campus
south of University Village, 3501 NE 41st St.,
phone: 206-221-2500) - Map
Tuesday, September 11
Wednesday, September 12 - Depart Seattle
Bags can be claimed on the lower level. From there, proceed up the escalator, across the bridge to the parking garage and down the escalator to the 3rd level (follow the signs to "Ground Transportation"). Taxis and shuttles can be found on this level. Shuttle Express advance reservations can be made by calling (425) 981-7000 or WA toll-free (800) 487-7433 (http://www.shuttleexpress.com). For more airport information, visit http://www.portseattle.org/seatac/.
The Silver Cloud Inn
University District 5036 25th Ave. NE
Seattle, WA 98105
All rooms will be reserved by Lynsey at UW. Students and post-docs will be in shared double rooms, faculty and advisory board members in single rooms. Be sure to register by Friday, Aug 17 so your hotel reservation will be made. Please also contact Lynsey if you have any special needs or requests, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Taxis: 206-622-6500, 206-522-8800
Shuttle Express: 425-981-7000
Four Points Transportation (town car service): 206-378-5888
Google Map of Annual Meeting Locations
INFORMATION FOR INDUSTRIAL AFFILIATES AND NSF REPRESENTATIVES
A block of rooms has been held for Industrial Affiliates and NSF representatives at the Silver Cloud. More information will be sent to you after we receive your registration. Be sure to register here by Aug 28.
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