2011 International Semiconductor Device Research Symposium (ISDRS)
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Travel Information

The University of Maryland in College Park is located just 4 miles outside of Washington DC. It is inside of the Capital beltway, accessible by the Washington DC Metro System (green line), and can be reached from all three of the Washington and Baltimore area airports.

The Adele H. Stamp Student Union is located at the intersection of Campus Dr and Union Dr on the University of Maryland College Park campus. In addition to conference and meeting facilities, it offers dining, shopping, and parking.


Parking is available in the Union Lane Garage located next to the Stamp Student Union at a rate of $3.00 per hour with a maximum of $15.00 per day. You may park at the numbered spots and pay at the machines which accept cash or major credit cards.

Shuttles from Union

The Comfort Inn and Suites and Holiday Inn College Park will provide limited shuttle service to the Stamp Student Union during the conference. The University of Maryland also provides continuous shuttle service to the College Park Metro Station. The schedules are available here.

Airport Information

The University of Maryland-College Park Campus is served by three major airports.

Driving Directions to the University of Maryland

Metro Directions to the University of Maryland

The University of Maryland can be reached from the College Park Metro station on the Green Line. The University operates a shuttle service (Shuttle UM) that runs between the Metro station and the Adele Stamp Student Union.

Washington Attractions

Washington DC is not only the nation's capitol and home of the U.S. government, but also one of the most lively and culturally diverse cities in the country. Scores of museums, memorials, performance centers and galleries make it one of the most visited places in the country.  The following links describe a few of the local attractions.

  • Washington DC, the American Experience - The official tourism site for the city.
  • Washington Post Online - Contains local and world news, local weather, entertainment guide, and restaurant reviews.
  • DC Heritage Tourism Coalition - Provides plenty of tourism infomation, with emphasis on historical sites and tours
  • DC Visitor Information Center - Visit information from the DC chamber of commerce
  • Washingtonian Magazine - Among other things, this local magazine publishes a list of the 100 very best restaurants in Washington (as well as the 100 best bargain restaurants.)
  • The Smithsonian Institution - The Smithsonian Institution operates several museums and galleries in the Washington DC area, including the National Air and Space Museum, the National Portrait Gallery, and the National Zoo. Check out this site to find out about the latest exhibits and features.
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