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24th Annual Human-Computer Interaction Lab Symposium


May 25th AM: Plenary Talks and Lunch, Van Munching Hall
May 25th PM: Afternoon Talks/Tutorials/Workshops, Hornbake Building*

May 26th all day: Demos, Talks/Tutorials/Workshops, Hornbake Building*
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*New location this year.

Parking Info: You do not need a permit to park in lots 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 9, 11, 15, 16, or 19 from 5/22/11 to 5/31/11 (before summer sessions begin). Faculty/Staff lots and meters are enforced as usual. Click here to download a campus parking map. The parking lots highlighted in yellow are free this week.  

May 25th morning, Plenary Talks and Lunch:

The HCIL Plenary Talks and lunch will take place in the lobby of Van Munching Hall on the University of Maryland Campus. The closest visitor parking is available in the Mowatt Lane Parking Garage for $3/hr and up to $15/day maximum. Free parking is available on campus in Lot 1, (click for labeled campus map) which is a 5-minute walk from Van Munching Hall.

Van Munching Hall, Bldg 039 Mowatt Lane
College Park, MD 20742


May 25th afternoon and May 26th Demos, Talks, Tutorials, Workshops:

Everything happening after 1:30pm on May 25th will take place in Hornbake Building (HBK) on the University of Maryland Campus. Directions are available at the HCIL's travel directions webpage. Parking instructions can be found at the HCIL's parking website.

Free parking is available nearby in Lot 5 in the top of Regents Drive Garage (click for labeled campus map) which is a 5-minute walk from Hornbake Building.

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