TTC 2019 will take place in Vancouver, Canada on the campus of the University of British Columbia and hosted by TRIUMF. The workshop will take place February 5 - 8, 2019. The LOC Chair is Bob Laxdal of TRIUMF.
The mission of the TESLA Technology Collaboration is to advance SRF technology R&D and related accelerator studies across the broad diversity of scientific applications, and to keep open and provide a bridge for communication and sharing of ideas, developments, and testing across associated projects. To this end the Collaboration supports and encourages free and open exchange of scientific and technical knowledge, expertise, engineering designs, and equipment. The TTC organizes regular collaboration meetings where new developments are reported, recent findings are discussed and technical issues are concluded.
The schedule for the meeting follows the standard TTC format. The meeting includes plenary talks as well as parallel sessions for the working groups. Four working groups WG1 -> WG4 are defined with specified charges to help focus the presentations and discussions.
This TTC meeting is hosted by TRIUMF and will take place on the University of British Columbia (UBC) Campus in the Student AMS Nest Facility on Feb. 5-8, 2019. UBC is on the western-most point of Vancouver about 20 minutes drive from the Vancouver International Airport (YVR) and easily reached by public transport.
The AMS Nest is a large multi-purpose building for Student Services and UBC Conference Services. The building is in the central campus a few minutes walk from the UBC Bus Terminal and Parking Garages.
The meeting will take place in AMS Nest Room 2306/2309. The two rooms will be used together for the plenary and separated for the working group sessions. The floor plan for the 2nd level of the AMS Nest is shown below.
If you are travelling from outside of Canada, you may require a visitor visa or ETA to enter. Please refer to the Government of Canada website to confirm if you require a visitor visa or ETA and for instructions on how to apply.
U.S. citizens carrying a valid U.S. Passport do not require a visa or ETA to come to Canada. However, U.S. residents carrying a passport from a country requiring a visitor visa will need to apply for a visitor visa.
If you require a visitor visa, you will need an invitation letter from the LOC Chair. Send your request to Silke Bruckner email@example.com to request your invitation letter.
It is important to submit your visa application as soon as possible. Allow sufficient time for processing. The processing time tool is available for an estimate of application processing times, but be considerate of possible delays.
As of March 2016, any delegates from visa-exempt countries will need to apply for an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). The eTA costs $7.00 CAD, and allows for pre-screening of visa-exempt nationals.
People can choose to stay on UBC campus (walking distance) or in Vancouver hotels. We have blocked rooms in two hotels within 30 minutes by bus. As well Downtown Vancouver (west-end) is about 45 minutes from UBC by transit or about 30 min by car with many rooms available.
Hotels where we have reserved a block of rooms (Group name for all hotels: TRIUMF TTC Meeting):
TRIUMF House (on UBC campus): https://triumfhouse.ca/
80-125 CAD (depending on room type)
No breakfast available here. Breakfast can be had at the AMS Student Nest.
For reservations call 604-222-7633 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Executive Hotel Vintage Park (off campus): http://vancouverdowntownhotel.net/
Group name: TRIUMF TTC Meeting
135 CAD per night
Buffet Breakfast 13.95 CAD per person
30 minutes by bus to UBC.
Park Inn Vancouver (off campus): https://www.parkinn.com/vancouverca?csref=os.amer-ca-prk-BCVANCOU-gmb
Guests must contact the hotel directly by phone: 604-872-8661 or by e-mail: email@example.com
Group name: TRIUMF TTC Meeting
129/139 CAD per night
Breakfast 23.50 CAD per person
30 minutes by bus to UBC
Other accommodation suggestions:
West Coast Suites (on UBC campus) https://suitesatubc.com/accommodations/west-coast-suites/
170 CAD per night (one-bedroom suite)
Carey Centre (on UBC campus) https://live.carey-edu.ca/
~110CND/night for room (CERN hostel style) or $160CND for suite
There will be a TRIUMF tour on Friday afternoon. TRIUMF is at the south of campus bout a 3km walk from the AMS Nest.