Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, Georgia, October 14-17, 2019
The 2019 Serpent User Group meeting will be hosted by Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia, from October 14 to 17. The purpose of the meeting is to gather Serpent users from around the world to present and discuss their work. The expected number of participants is 30-40, ranging from undergraduate students to senior professionals.
The previous meetings were held in Dresden, Germany (2011); Madrid, Spain (2012); Berkeley, CA, USA (2013); Cambridge, UK (2014); Knoxville, TN, USA (2015); Milan, Italy (2016); Gainesville, FL, USA (2017), Espoo, Finland (2018)
The meeting starts on Monday afternoon with a reception and a welcome session, followed by three days reserved for technical presentations. In addition, the hosting organization is offering a workshop on Monday morning (before the welcome session) that focuses on serpentTools python package. More information on the technical program and the workshop will be provided later.
Presentations on all topics are welcome. If you are planning to present your work, please register early and provide the title or a short description on the online registration form.
To register for the meeting, fill in the on-line registration registration form. The registration fee is $120 (not including social dinner), or $170 (with dinner). The fees are collected to cover the costs for the hosting organization (auditorium, coffee breaks, snacks, lunch breaks, etc.). Accommodation and breakfast are not included in the price.
The meeting takes place at the Georgia Institute of Technology main campus in Atlanta. More details on access, transportation, and the auditorium location will be provided later.
A block of rooms was reserved for October 13 – October 18, 2019 in the Hampton Inn Atlanta. A special rate will be available only until September 22, 2019. The hotel is a two-minutes walk from campus.
There are a few other hotels located within either walking distance or transport accessible from the campus area:
The hosting organization recommends to reserve your accommodation at your earliest convenience as the prices tend to be relatively high.
Georgia Tech offers nine bus routes on its Midtown campus, connecting to regional transit, Emory University. Georgia Tech’s transit system is open to students, employees, and campus guests. Boarding fees and IDs are not required to use the transit system, except where indicated.