— Registration is on Tuesday between 8-9 AM. The conference fee ($175) will be collected at that time. Only cash is accepted. Likewise for the conference dinner contribution if you are planning to come.
— ATMs at FNAL are located here  and outside FNAL here .
— A shuttle service is available at FNAL between 7:30AM - 4:30 PM on weekdays; just call 4225 from any phone at FNAL (or +1 630 840 4225 from outside phone) and ask for your ride.
— In the “car-sharing” mattermost channel  you can self-organize transportation and other practical issues. We also have created a Google Spreadsheet to exchange local information 
 Ground floor of Wilson Hall. See the map here: https://indico.cern.ch/event/731450/attachments/1654074/2740465/HH_map.pdf
 Many choices including:
To the west: inside Walgreens Pharmacy at 2986 Kirk Rd, Aurora, IL 60502
To the east: at Chase Bank at 29W555 Batavia Rd, Warrenville, IL 60555
 https://mattermost.web.cern.ch/hh-2018/channels/car-sharing (see here if you experience problems joining)
If you are interested in on-site accommodation, please fill in a request form as soon as possible (availability is very limited!) at the following link:
Priority will be given to students, so please indicate in your request that you are a student participating to the Double Higgs Production at Colliders workshop.
Visiting LPC (Travel, accommodation, internet)
The following links contain useful information (directions, housing, transportation) about visiting Fermilab.
- Fermilab Access Policy
Direct link for accommodation information:
The laboratory is open every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. To enter, you'll need an ID (passport, or for US citizens, driver's license) and the name of your destination. The event will take place in Wilson Hall.
All participants are expected to wear event badges and restrict themselves to the meeting rooms/areas used for the workshop. For more information please consult the Fermilab Access Policy.
Options for network access at Fermilab for personal devices:
- For visitors without FNAL accounts/badge to have network access:
- "guest" network, which only requires answering a few simple questions in your browser after connecting to the "guest" SSID (FAQs about guest network are here).
- "eduroam" network if you have eduroam account (https://fermi.service-now.com/kb_view_customer.do?sysparm_article=KB0011245)
- Register a personally owned device for FNAL Services account holders for network access