Pencil Code User Meeting 2010


Registration: email to jasonmaron@gmail.com

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To secure your room, call International House Admissions at 212 316-8436. There are single dorm rooms for $60 and larger suites for $135 - $185 (~50 square meters). The rooms are already reserved for the conference, and so mention that you're there for either the Pencil, disk or meteoritics meetings. For details about the rooms, see the page at the International House.

The International House is located just northwest of Columbia University and Central Park, with views overlooking the Hudson River and Riverside Park. There is a pub in the basement. To get there, take the "1" subway to the 125th Street station, walk south two blocks to LaSalle Street, west one block to Claremont Avenue, and south one block to the International House.
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Conference Location: American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, which is on the west side of Central Park at 81st street. To get into the museum, call Jay at 310-266-3257. The meeting in in the "People's Center" on the 2nd floor. The room will be locked overnight and so equipment can be left there.

Disk workshop:   July 24 - July 25 (Saturday - Sunday)

Pencil Code Meeting   July 26 - July 30 (Monday - Friday)

Meeting of the Meteoritical Society


Getting to New York

New York City has three airports, all reachable by subway.

John F. Kennedy airport: Take the airtrain to the A subway (Manhattan Beach station).

LaGuardia: Take the M60 bus to Manhattan. The M60 goes west through Harlem on 125th street. When it turns south on Amsterdam, disembark and walk west on 125th one block to Broadway. From there, go 2 blocks south to Lasalle, west one block to Claremont, and south half a block to the International House.

Newark: Take the New Jersey railroad to Manhattan and Penn Station. From there, take the 1 subway to the station at 125th street and Broadway. Walk 2 blocks south to Lasalle, west one block to Claremont, and south half a block to the International House.

The International House is just to the northwest of Columbia university on Claremont Avenue and Lasalle Street.