The WAMTA workshop is scheduled for Feb 15-17, 2023, and will be held in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
The LSU Center for Computation and Technology, 340 E Parker Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA 70808
Conference lodging has been reserved as follows:
Baton Rouge is easily accessible via the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport with non-stop service from national gateways such as Atlanta, Dallas, Memphis, Charlotte, and Houston provided by Delta, United, American, and US Airways. The Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport also provides air service and is 67 miles from Baton Rouge.
Driving from I-10
If driving to campus, please note that all vehicles must have a campus parking permit. Take care to request one when registering for this conference or visit the LSU Visitor’s Center (see map) upon arrival.
LSU is the flagship university for Louisiana, supporting land, sea, and space grant research. As of Fall 2018, LSU enrolled over 30,000 students. Culturally diverse, the University recruits undergraduates and graduates from around the globe.