Conference Venue

The conference agenda, weather forecast, walking/driving maps, and bus timetables have been collected into a single file located here.

The ST workshop will be held in McDonnell Hall, lecture room A01 on the campus of Princeton University.  To view a map for walking from the Nassau Inn to McDonnell Hall please click on the image below to enlarge it.

https://sites.google.com/a/pppl.gov/istw-2015/conference-venue/Map_Nassau_Inn_to_McDonnell_Hall.JPG?attredirects=0

If you are driving to McDonnell Hall, park in the visitor parking area of Lot 21 and walk to McDonnell (or take Tiger Transit campus bus to Jadwin Hall located next to McDonnell Hall) .  To view a map for walking from Lot 21 to McDonnell Hall please click on the image below to enlarge it.
https://sites.google.com/a/pppl.gov/istw-2015/conference-venue/Map_Lot21_to_McDonnell_Hall_v2.png

If you are using the Tiger Transit campus bus service, please use either the Jadwin Hall, Lewis Library, or Icahn stops which are closest to McDonnell Hall.  For additional directions for getting around main campus, please refer to the information provided below.  

Princeton Tiger Transit Shuttle Service:

Princeton University’s Tiger Transit transportation system operates on a fixed route schedule, providing safe, convenient and reliable transportation throughout the Princeton campus and surrounding community.

The Tiger Transit transportation system offers stops at academic and administrative buildings; faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate student housing; Nassau Street; and the Forrestal Campus and Princeton Plasma Physics Lab.

For more information about Tiger Transit, click on this link.


Visiting Campus: Overview

An excellent transportation network of bus, rail and highways puts Princeton within easy reach (an hour or less) of major urban centers: Philadelphia and Trenton to the south, Newark and New York to the north. International airports are located in Philadelphia, Newark and New York. Bus and train stations to these cities are adjacent to campus.

Driving Directions
Visitor Parking
Campus Maps