12-13 November 2018
Fermilab
America/Chicago timezone

Travel, accommodation, internet

On-site accomodation

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:

http://fess.fnal.gov/accommodations/housing-request/

Priority will be given to students, so please indicate in your request that you are a student participating to the Boosted Objects for New Physics Searches workshop at the LPC.

Please note that on-site accommodation now requires you to have a Fermilab ID badge, even for a short stay. Since this requires some administrative procedure, including taking some training, if you do not already have a Fermilab ID badge, consider picking another accommodation solution that includes free shuttle to and and from Wilson Hall, from the list at  https://web.fnal.gov/organization/Finance/business/Lists/Lodging%20Near%20Fermilab/AllItems.aspx.

Visiting LPC (Travel, accommodation, internet)

The LPC (LHC Physics Center) at Fermilab is located at the 10th and 11th floors of Wilson Hall at Fermilab, Batavia, Illinois, US.

Visiting Fermilab

The following links contain useful information (directions, housing, transportation) about visiting Fermilab.

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 school. For more information please consult the Fermilab Access Policy.

Network access at Fermilab for personal laptops:

For visitors without FNAL accounts/badge to have network access

Register a personally owned device for FNAL Services account holders for network access