Venue, Travel, and Accommodations
The workshop will be held at the Carnegie Institution for Science, a beautiful historic landmark nestled between Dupont Circle and Logan Circle in the heart of Washington, D.C.
The Carnegie Institution is accessible by metro or by car. If traveling by metro, the Red Line stop at Dupont Circle is the closest stop, only about a 5-minute walk away. Stops for the Green, Yellow, Orange, Blue, and Silver Lines are about a 15-minute walk. If traveling by car, a nearby parking garage (P St. between 16th and 17th Streets) offers parking for $21/day. Much more detailed instructions on getting to the building can be found here.
There is no official hotel for the workshop, but there are numerous lodging options nearby. The Carnegie Institute's website provides several recommendations. August is a busy tourist season in the nation’s capital, so we encourage you to book your rooms as soon as possible. Unfortunately, hotels in and around the Dupont Circle area are not cheap, but less expensive options can be found by driving or taking the metro out of the immediate downtown area.
Abstract and Registration deadline: 20 July 2018
Registration Fee: Free for Graduate Students; $95 for Regular Registration