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24th Annual Human-Computer Interaction Lab Symposium

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May 22nd & May 23rd: ***All activities will take place at CSIC***
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May 22nd and 23rd: Plenary Talks, Talks, Tutorials, Workshops, Demos:

All symposium activities will take place in the Computer Science Instructional Center (CSIC) on the University of Maryland Campus.

Computer Science Instructional Center
Building 406, Paint Branch Drive
College Park MD 20742-3289

How to get to CSIC from the Main Campus Entrance (map)

After entering campus on Campus Drive, make your first right onto Paint Branch Drive. CSIC is the first building on your right. Visitor parking is available further down at the Paint Branch Drive Visitor Parking Lot. To get there, proceed past the next two stop signs. The visitor lot is to your left. There is also some limited meter parking in lot XX.

 

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Parking Info:
Free parking is available in Lots 4,5, 9, and 11, which are a 5-10 minute walk from the CSIC building. You do not need a permit to park in lots 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 9, 11, 15, 16, or 19 from 5/19/12 to 5/28/12 (before summer sessions begin). Faculty/Staff lots and meters are enforced as usual. The parking lots highlighted in red and green on the campus parking map are free this week.

Paid parking is available in the visitor lot on Paint Branch Visitor Parking Lot, located on Paint Branch Drive for $3/hr or up to $15/day. The lot is open from 7am - 2am, Monday through Friday. Remember your parking space number, so you can pay at the machine. (map)



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