Genetic Programming Theory & Practice is a small, invitation-only workshop hosted annually by the Center for the Study of Complex Systems at the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor, MI. This year’s conference will be held May 19–21, 2016.
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A light breakfast of pastries, fresh fruit, yoghurt and coffee will provided each day of the workshop. Mid-day, a lunch will be provided on-site. After the last session each day, attendees typically self-organize for visits to local restaurants. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions for catered meals.
A list of bed-and-breakfast inns, hotels and motels which have rooms set aside has been provided by CSCS. There are several other options available, including a number of AirBnB providers.
This year’s meeting will be held in a new location: the Great Lakes Room of Palmer Commons
100 Washtenaw Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Unless you are staying directly in Downtown Ann Arbor or the University of Michigan campus area, you will want to to arrange transportation. Rental cars can obtained from the airport, but all major brands also have Ann Arbor locations for pick up and drop off. Several taxi services are available. If you’re near a route you can also ride the excellent local bus service.
There are a limited number of public parking spots at the Palmer Drive Parking Structure adjacent to the Palmer Commons building.
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