Information about the program, schedules, reading lists, directions to the Georgia Tech campus and "things to do" in Atlanta can be found at: http://www.math.gatech.edu/news/events/ima/
The name of the Atlanta Airport: HARTSFIELD ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL
Directions from the airport to the Georgia Tech campus, can be found at: http://www.conference.gatech.edu
Georgia Tech BUZZ CARD Information: THIS CARD IS NECESSARY FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION AT THE GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. The Buzz Card will allow you to gain access to buildings on campus, libraries, computers etc. -The may also be used to access laundry facilities. Before using the card for your laundry needs, you will have to access http://www.buzzcard.gatech.edu and add money to the card with a credit card. Or you may also, visit the Buzz Card office by the bookstore at the Georgia Tech campus.
HOUSING: THE NEW HOUSING LOCATION is the Fourth Street Apartments (E&F) located at 733 Techwood Drive, NW
FROM Hartsfield Airport to Fourth Street Apartments
Start out going North on S. Terminal Parkway toward Airport Boulevard.
Turn slight right onto Airport Boulevard.
Airport Boulevard becomes N. Terminal Parkway.
Merge onto I-85 N toward I-75 N/ Atlanta. Take the US-19/Spring Street exit - exit number 249D - toward W. Peachtree Street.
Take the ramp toward W. Peachtree Street.
Turn slight right onto Linden Avenue NW.
Turn left onto W. Peachtree Street, NW.
Turn left onto North Avenue.
Turn right onto Techwood Drive.
Fourth Street Apartments are on the right at the intersection of Techwood Drive and Fourth Street.
Meals will be served in Brittain Hall: breakfast, lunch, dinner; a varied menu will be served, including items which meet the needs of vegetarians and vegans.
Free parking is available for all participants in a lot behind the buildings. An R01 parking sticker participants check in (the sticker should be placed on the dashboard). The Conference Center will be open from 8:00am until 11:00pm on Sunday, July 13, to greet participants and issue dorm keys.
TO: Participants in the IMA Graduate Student Program on Combinatorics and its Applications to be held at Georgia Institute of Technology
FROM: Douglas Arnold, IMA Director
SUBJECT: Program and Registration Information for the 2003 IMA PI Summer
Program for Graduate Students Combinatorics and its Applications July 14-August 1, 2003 Participants,
Congratulations on being nominated to participate in the Institute for Mathematics & its Applications (IMA) 2003 IMA PI Summer Program for Graduate Students Combinatorics and its Applications, July 14-August 1, 2003
Will you please refer to our web site at https://www.ima.umn.edu/PI/summer-pi-reg.html. We need your registration form as soon as possible in order to secure a dorm room for you.
Please visit our web site periodically for housing information, meal information, program schedule, lecture room location, abstracts, reading materials and extended lecture summaries from the speakers. We will post information as we receive it. If you have any questions, please contact the IMA Staff at (612-624-6066 or email@example.com. I expect to visit the Georgia Institute of Technology on the first day of the program, and I look forward to meeting you.
There will be a social event each Monday in order to provide an atmosphere where students and speakers can interact informally. You will be made aware of the planned social events when you arrive.
Dr. William Trotter (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the on-site faculty advisor. Ms. Christine Weinberg, (email@example.com, +1-404-894-9202), will be the administrative assistant in charge of the program at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and Ms. Orbe D. Walther (firstname.lastname@example.org, +1-612-624-6066), will be handling things from the IMA side.
cc: Kathy Boyer
Ms. Orbe D. Walther
Housing & Workshop Coordinator
Inst. for Mathematics and its Applications
University of Minnesota
207 Church Street S.E.
400 Lind Hall Mpls, MN 55455
tel: +1 612 624 6066 | fax: +1 612 626 7370
e-mail: email@example.com | http://www.ima.umn.edu/