CALOR 2018 - 18th International Conference on Calorimetry in Particle Physics

21-25 May, 2018. Eugene, USA

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CALOR 2018 - General Information



The CALOR 2018 Workshop will meet at the University of Oregon, Eugene, on May 21-25, 2018 in the Redwood Room of the Erb Memorial Union.


Web Page
The workshop web site will be updated to reflect the latest state of planning and the program: http://calor2018.uoregon.edu


Conference Venue
For information on the location of the Erb Memorial Union (EMU) see the campus map:
Interactive campus map


Registration Fees and Deadlines
The early (by April 15, 2018) registration fee for the workshop is $450.
The early registration fee for students is $400.
The early companion charge for registration and participation in the social events is $165.
All registration fees must be paid in USD.


Please register by April 15, 2018. Registration fees will increase to $490, $450 for students, and $200 for companions after this date.


Check-In
There will be an early check-in on Sunday, May 20 in the atrium of Willamette Hall (across 13th Street from the EMU) from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Check-in will resume at 8:00 am on Monday, May 21 in the EMU at the registration desk near the Ballroom. The registration desk is also your main point where you can get help at any time.


Accommodations
Refer to the workshop web page for recommended accommodations:
http://calor2018.uoregon.edu/accomm.html


Computing
There will be internet access on campus for workshop registrants. You will receive information on how to connect to the wireless network in your registration packet.


Scientific Program
The timetable for the program can be found here.
Abstracts can be submitted here
The submission deadline is April 1, 2018.


Format of Presentations
Talks must be uploaded (in pdf format) on the conference indico agenda server at least 24 hrs before the session. For more information about the agenda server speakers should contact their session chairpersons.


Getting to Eugene and the University of Oregon
Travel information to Eugene and the UO campus can be found on the CALOR 2018 web page. The direct link is: http://admissions.uoregon.edu/visit/howto.htm
Parking on campus is restricted, generally. Information about parking on campus can be found at
http://safetyweb.uoregon.edu/


Public Transportation
Public transportation in Eugene is well-developed for a mid-size city. Details on the public transportation system (LTD) and a trip planning tool may be found online at http://www.ltd.org/.


Social Events
Information about the social events is available on the CALOR 2018 web page. The direct link is here


Local Area Information
Information on the Eugene area can be found at: http://www.uoregon.edu/eugene-and-local-area


Student Rec Center
Workshop attendees will be given access to the Student Rec Center (SRC) by showing a workshop badge. Participants can purchase a guest pass for the usual fee. The link to the hours of the SRC is: https://uorec.uoregon.edu/facilities/hours/


Climate
The weather in Eugene in late May is mild. Average maximum temperature is around 70oF (21oC) and average minimum temperature around 46oF (8oC). The average rainfall is 1.7 inches for the month of May.


Emergencies
The phone number for medical, police, and fire related emergencies is 911.



We look forward to seeing all of you in Eugene for CALOR 2018. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us:
    E-mail: calor2018 at uoregon.edu
    Phone: +1 541-346-4898

Jim Brau
Chair, Local Organizing Committee