2015 SusTech Venue
The conference will be held at Weber State University in the City of Ogden, Utah. Weber State is a lovely campus tucked along the majestic Wasatch Front. Ogden is the famous railroad hub near Promontory Summit where golden spike joined the railroads (that same golden spike is now on display at Stanford University’s art museum). This is where the country’s economy became sustainable through coal fired railroad technology, and from this is a historic location we will look to the future.
The University has discount dorms available for students. For 2015, we plan a big poster session and other features to attract undergraduate students. Low cost high quality public transportation is available from Salt Lake City Airport to Odgen, and detailed travel instruction will be forthcoming. If you are a faculty member at a university, this is a wonderful opportunity to introduce your best students to a professional conference with technical topics of broad appeal.
There are many daily domestic flights to Salt Lake City International Airport, click here for sample flights, in addition to an international terminal. Delta has a major hub in Salt Lake City.
Some international locations with flights to Salt Lake City are Vancouver, Calgary, Cancun, Guadalajara, Los Cabos, Mexico City, Puerto Vallarta and Paris
Light rail from SLC airport to Salt Lake, frequent train service M-Sat from Salt Lake City.
See the Transportation page for options.
We have arranged a block of rooms at the Hampton Inn & Suites Ogden and the new Marriott Courtyard Ogden. We have aslo arranged special discount pricing at the student dormitories for attendees. See the Lodging page for making reservations.
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