|..||The conference/workshop will be held on the campus of McMaster
University, nestled next to the Royal Botanical Garden
in the pleasant western part of the city of Hamilton, Ontario. The campus
is a 45 minute drive from Pearson International Airport in Toronto.
The campus features a garden-like atmosphere in the late spring.|
For maps & driving instructions, visit McMaster's 'Find Us' page.
|Michael G. DeGroote Centre for Learning & Discovery|
Completed in 2004, the Michael G. DeGroote Centre for Learning &
Discovery is a multi-use, state-of-the-art teaching and research
facility located next to the Health Sciences Centre. Lower floors are
dedicated to classroom space, while the upper levels host research labs
and McMaster's internationally-recognized medical school.|
Workshop talks will take place in MDCL-1309.
|The Health Sciences Centre is a
metropolis of medical research, practice and education. One of the
largest public building in Ontario, it serves as a hub for the
ground-breaking advances emerging from McMaster and Hamilton's
leading-edge health industry.|
|The McMaster Campus|
McMaster University's 30-acre campus presents a uniquely diverse and
vibrant environment that is home to a close-knit community of
students, faculty and staff. Picturesque in any season, it is one
of the few places in the region where world-class education and
research can take place alongside wildlife reserves and quaint
neighbourhoods, while remaining closely connected to major urban areas.
To locate buildings on campus, please refer to the official Campus
Maps website. Buildings to note are the Health Science Centre (#37),
the Michael G. DeGroote Centre for Learning and Discovery (#52), the
Mary E. Keyes Building (#50), the A.N. Bourns (Physics and
Chemistry) Building (#25) and the University Club (#8).|
Driving directions from major transportation terminals can be
|To find out about the many attractions that Hamilton
offers, visit Tourism Hamilton's official website, HamiltonUndiscovered.com.||