Member companies are cordially invited to attend the kick-off meeting of the MIT-MTL Center for Graphene Devices and Systems. The review will be held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on July 28th, 2011. The review will finish with a dinner in the evening of July 28th.
Date: July 28th, 2011
Venue: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
50 Vassar Street, Building 34, Room 401 (for directions, please click here)
Online registration is required to attend the meeting. You can register here. The registration will be open until July 27, 2011, however early registration is strongly encouraged to help the organization of the workshop.
A block of rooms is being held at the Boston Marriott Cambridge Hotel at the special rate $199 per night (July 27th – July 29th ). This hotel is near the MIT campus and less than 10 minutes walk from the Meeting venue.
Please, use the following hotel link to make your room reservation: Boston Marriott Cambridge
This link (and the special rate) will only be available until July 15th.
To make a reservation by telephone call 1(800)228-9290 or 1(617)494-6600 and use the reservation code: MIT Graphene Center (or “gragraa” if done through the website).
Other Accommodations in the Boston/Cambridge Area
The best way to get from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to MIT and the Marriott hotel is by taxi. The ride takes approximately 20 min. and costs ~$25-40.
Parking in Boston and Cambridge is very limited and expensive.
Link to campus map with location of Building 34
How to walk from Marriott hotel to meeting location.
You can find the agenda for the meeting here.
On July 28th, after the meeting, there will be a dinner starting at 6 pm at Legal Sea Foods (5 Cambridge Center, Main st., Cambridge). The restaurant is within walking distance (5 min) from the MIT campus and the Marriott Hotel. You can find directions here.
You can find information on how to join the meeting through Webex here (the link requires registration).
After the meeting, you will be able to find all presentations here.
For any questions regarding this review, please contact Mr. Joseph Baylon (firstname.lastname@example.org).