Classroom information and technology
All of the classrooms come equipped with blackboards, overhead projectors, and computers. The links below describe each room.
Plenary talks are in Brown Hall 100.
Parallel sessions are in the following classrooms:
Getting Around Campus
The following important buildings are circled on the campus map linked here.
Accommodations (Circled in Red)
If you registered for conference housing, the suite-style campus dorms are located in Koenig House (Building 56). Check-in for these accommodations is in Umrath House (Building 115). The Umrath check-in office hours are M-F, 9am to midnight and Sa–Su, noon to midnight. If you arrive outside of these hours, call WashU PD at (314) 935-5555, and they will call someone to check you in. The on-campus hotel is the Knight Center (Building 54). The conference dinner will take place in the Knight Center.
Conference Buildings (Circled in Blue)
IWOTA conference events will take place in Brown Hall (Building 16), Crow Hall (Building 24), and Cupples I Hall (Building 25).
On Campus Dining (Circled in Yellow)
The Danforth University Center or DUC (Building 28) contains a food court (M-F 7:30am-7pm, Sa-Su 11am-7pm) and Cafe Bergson (M-F, 7:30am-3pm, Sa-Sun 9am-1pm). Bauer Hall (Building 8) contains Bauer Cafe (M-F, 8am-2pm) and Starbucks (M-Th, 8am-6pm, Fr 8am-2pm). Simon Hall (Building 105) has an Einstein Bros Bagels (M-F, 8am-1:30pm).
Off Campus Dining (Circled in Purple)
A variety of dining options are located a short walk away on the Loop (Delmar Blvd). The quickest way to the Loop is via the Ackert Walkway.
Metro Stops (Circled in Orange)
The Big Bend metro stop is located at the northwest corner of campus at the intersection of Big Bend Blvd and Forest Park Parkway. The Skinker metro stop is located at the northeast corner of campus at the intersection of Skinker Blvd and Forest Park Parkway.
Getting to St. Louis
The nearest airport is Lambert-St. Louis International Airport (STL).
Taxi: About 30 dollars each way to/from airport. Two local cab companies are County Cab (314.991.5300) and Laclede Cab (314.652.3456).
Metrolink: The Metrolink trains can be used to travel between the airport and campus. There are two metrolink stations near campus (the "Skinker station" is closer to the math department, the "Big Bend station" is closer to the dorms). The dorms are 0.6 miles from the Big Bend station. From the airport, take the (Red) train to the Forest Park-DeBaliviere station, get off and switch to the (Blue) train going in the direction of “Shrewsbury.” Take this train one stop to the Skinker Station (to be close to the math department) or two stops to the Big Bend Station (to be closer to housing). Fare is $4 from the airport.
Airport shuttle discount: Since it is bit of a walk from the Big Bend station to the dorms, some participants may want to take an airport shuttle. We have negotiated a price of $17 each way. To reserve a shuttle at the discounted rate, you must use this link: Shuttle Reservation
Driving to campus
If you are driving to campus, please see this link for relevant addresses and detailed driving directions as well as additional travel information.
Participants can park in Shepley garage on the residential campus or in any yellow space on the academic campus.
Parking passes are required and can be purchased at the Campus Book Store located in the Mallinckrodt Center on the Danforth Campus. The cost is $5 per day, per vehicle. Parking is free on the weekends.
The map linked here has Mallinckrodt center circled. The Shepley parking garage is marked 84 on the map. It is on the left side of Shepley Drive across from the construction fence.
There is also metered parking around campus if this is preferable while unloading your personal belongings.