Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling

Maps & Directions

HYP2008 will be hosted by the University of Maryland.

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The Conference Venue will be the Computer Science Instructional Center Building- CSIC, Building #406.  The CSIC Building is located on Paint Branch Drive adjacent to the A.V. Williams Building.
[CSIC Building Floor Map]

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Directions to the CSIC building:
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[satellite view of CSIC building]

Directions to Banquet at Marriott Inn & Conference Center:
[to banquet: PDF]

The Conference Office is managed by the Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling (CSCAMM). CSCAMM is located on the fourth floor of the CSIC building.

CSCAMM lobby

How to get to Hyp2008 at the CSIC building from Campus Drive

Enter through the main gate. Make the first right (North) just after the gate house on to Paint Branch Drive. Make the first right (East) which is just prior to the Wind Tunnel Building #081. There are two main options for near-by parking:

  1. A few metered parking spaces are available in the parking lot marked as XX outside the CSIC Building, however these go quickly.

  2. Additional visitor parking is available further down at the Paint Branch Drive Visitor Parking lot. To get there, turn around and go back to where you turned in. Make a right (North) on to Paint Branch Drive and proceed past the next two stop signs. The visitor lot is to your left. Due to current construction, access to the lot is restricted to the North end.

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