Venue

1. The main meeting room is Reid Hall, room 108. Coffee and tea will be served there.  This room will also hold the poster session.
2. Working group sessions will be held in various rooms close to the Reid Hall.
3. Free wi-fi is available all across the MSU campus, including all the rooms used by the
Workshop.  A password is not required to use this wi-fi service.

Map of the Campus

(downloadable pdf map)

Welcoming Reception (Monday 13th August, 6 p.m.)

Monday night in the Alumni Room in the Strand Union Building on campus. Please see the campus map indicated in “Local Information” below

Conference Dinner (Wednesday 15th August, 6-11 p.m.)

Opening reception and conference dinner are included in the registration. The conference dinner will be in the Emerson Center downtown Bozeman. The dinner will also have a dessert buffet, cash bar and live music with dancing. For the band we have contracted Bebe LeBouef, Cajun music.  Also, many of the Artists’ Galleries will be open.

The conference dinner will be at on Wednesday night, from 6 – 11pm at the Emerson Center downtown Bozeman. The center will have its art galleries open until 8 pm for our
event.  The Emerson is a pleasant 15 minute walk from campus, so no transportation to the
event will be provided.  The shuttle bus will be available at 11 pm to take participants to the meeting hotel.  There will be a Montana style buffet, including sumptuous desserts, a cash bar,  plus (TBC) beer and whiskey tasting.  Live music for dancing will be provided by our  homegrown Cajun band, Bebe Leboeuf.
2. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.

Jazz Concert (Thursday 16th August, 7:30 p.m.)

Free celestial-themed jazz concert at the  Reynolds Recital Hall on MSU Campus with Jeni Fleming (http://www.montanapbs.org/11thGrantwithEricFunk/episode101/).

Bozeman and Montana State University

a. For MSU Campus maps, directions, etc, see the Map of the Campus (downloadable pdf map) and About Bozeman. Bank, post office, ATM’s, cafeteria, espresso shop, smoothies, MSU book store, MSU T-shirts, etc. are all to be found at the Strand Union Building (SUB), at the heart of campus, less than one minute from the main meeting room, Reid Hall.
b. There is free wi-fi all over campus.  A password is not required.
c. For information on Bozeman downtown dining, bars, music and other info, go to http://www.downtownbozeman.org/#. The most pleasant way to find something to your liking is simply to stroll along downtown Main Street.
d. Safety:  Bozeman and Montana in general have an extremely low crime rate compared  to the US average and to most European countries. The largest risk is drunk drivers at  night and visiting wildlife.  Women are advised to walk in groups in remote locations late at night.  The police are helpful and friendly, as are locals.  There is a cell phone ban for drivers in town.
e. We highly recommend a visit to the Museum of the Rockies, a ten minute walk from  campus.  One of the best dinosaur collections in the US, plus a Native American and a  pioneer  section.  Group tickets will be provided (TBC).  The museum is open until 8 p.m. during the summer: http://www.museumoftherockies.org/Home.aspx
f. This Google map –   https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=213779118566634207513.0004c594b019e87c5f6ce&msa=0&ll=45.686996,-111.038818&spn=0.743491,1.204376 –  shows the conference hotel, the conference venue, bus stops and other places of  relevance to SIPWork VI.