The January 2014 ComSciCon-local workshop will take place at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA. The primary workshop venue, where all the panel discussions, meals, and review sessions will be held for accepted graduate student attendees is the Maxwell Dworkin Laboratory. The workshop keynote lecture, which is open to the public, will be held in the Geological Lecture hall. Both locations are less than a ten minute walk from the Harvard Square MBTA station:
Primary workshop venue: Maxwell Dworkin Laboratory
(33 Oxford St., Cambridge)
The primary sessions of the January 2014 ComSciCon-local workshop, open only to accepted Harvard and MIT graduate students, will be hosted by the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences in their Maxwell Dworkin Laboratory. All panel discussions will take place in the Lessin Lecture Hall (Maxwell Dworkin G115), while meals and coffee breaks will take place on the ground floor and second floor lobby areas.
Keynote Lecture Venue: Geological Lecture Hall
(24 Oxford St., Cambridge)
The January 2014 ComSciCon-local keynote lecture by NPR correspondent David Kestenbaum will take place at 4pm on January 24th in Harvard's Geological Lecture Hall. The lecture is free and open to the public, with seating for an audience of 295 available on a first-come-first-served basis.