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final announcement

From: <Tony.Wong_at_email.protected>
Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2001 16:29:28 +1100 (EST)

Please let me know if you have any comments/additions for this final
announcement, which will go out to all participants tomorrow. Andrew, can
we provide more detailed directions for those taking the SkyBus and going
straight to campus? Also, any info on how to get to St Mary's?



                        FINAL ANNOUNCEMENT

                        Millimetre Science
                             with the
                    Upgraded Australia Telescope

            University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
                        29-30 November 2001


Information on the meeting schedule and list of participants is
available at the workshop home page:


Remember that the registration fee (payable in Australian dollars at
the workshop) is $40 for non-students and free for students, if you
registered by 3 NOVEMBER. If you registered later, the fee is $50
(students and non-students). This fee covers the cost of lunches and
coffee breaks.

Abstracts of Talks

We would like to distribute a booklet of abstracts to all attendees,
so please send in your abstract by 23 NOVEMBER (this Friday). We
still need abstracts from the following speakers:

Blake, Bourke, Cragg, Dopita, Koribalski, Lang, Maddison, Wardle

Also, if you submitted a "quick and dirty" abstract with your
registration form, please consider updating it!

You do not need to re-register to submit an abstract - just mail it
to Tony.Wong_at_csiro.<!--nospam-->au.

Getting to Melbourne Uni

Taxis from the Airport
Taxis are available from the ground floor level of Melbourne
Airport. Expect to pay around A$32 to A$35 for the ~30
minute trip into the centre of Melbourne, a little less direct to
Melbourne Uni. Ask the driver to drop you in Swanston St near the
corner of Faraday St (opposite Monash Rd on campus) or near the
corner of Elgin St (opposite Tin Alley on campus).

SkyBus Phone: (61 3) 9670 7992
SkyBus operates 24 hours a day between the Airport and the
city centre. The service runs approximately every 30 minutes
at a cost of A$12 each way. Drop off points are located
throughout the city centre close to hotels and facilities.

Finding the Workshop Venue: Theatre A in the Old Pathology Building
The University is about 2 km north of central Melbourne.
Trams 1, 15, 21 & 22 running North up Swanston St. (e.g. from
Flinders St. and Melbourne Central railway stations) stop at the
University. Alight at the last stop before Elgin St. at the corner
of Faraday & Swanston Sts. The University campus is on the left/west.
A very short walk north takes you past the Ian Potter Museum of Art
(Tues-Fri 10-5, and Brunetti's
Coffee shop (highly recommended!). Turn left at Brunetti's and the
Old Pathology Building is on your left about 50m down the pathway.

Note: the Old Pathology Building has recently been renamed the
Elizabeth Murdoch Building.

We suggest you use public transport to reach us as there is no public
parking on campus. Limited meter parking may be available in the local
streets and the closest car park is Elgin St Garage, cnr. Elgin and
Lygon Sts., a 5 minute walk away.

Map of Inner Melbourne

Map of the Melbourne University Campus

Scientific Organising Committee

Andrew Melatos, U. Melbourne
Tony Wong, ATNF
Baerbel Koribalski, ATNF
Ramesh Balasubramanyam, UNSW
Mark Wardle, U. Sydney

Please address general enquiries to mmwkshp_at_atnf.<!--nospam-->

Received on 2001-11-19 16:29:30