NANOGrav Collaboration Meeting

hosted by the Leonard E Parker Center for Gravitation, Cosmology and Astrophysics

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NANOGrav Collaboration Meeting



Oct 10, 2014

Online registration closed

September 19, 2014

Hotel reservation deadline

September 4, 2014

Registration available


Getting around in Milwaukee is easy. All numbered streets run north-south, increasing in number as you head west from 1st Street. Most named streets go east-west.


Milwaukee's bus system, MCTS, has core routes with very frequent service. Tickets are $2.25 and drivers only accept exact cash fare. Ticket fare includes a one hour transfer, but you will have to get a transfer-ticket from the driver while paying. Supermarkets like Pick and Save sell tickets in bulk at a reduced rate which might be good for groups of people traveling together.


The main company is Yellow Cab (414-271-1800, 414-271-2710 or 414-271-6630). With the notable exceptions of larger hotels, the airport, and train and bus stations, you will need to call for one.


Discovery World Museum: Features in depth interactive exibits about the Great Lakes and local natural science.

Harley Davidson Museum: Showcases more than 450 Harley-Davidson motorcycles and hundreds of thousands of artifacts from the company's 106 year history.

Milwaukee Art Museum: Milwaukee's premier destination for art and one of its most recognizable landmarks due to the new pavillion designed by Santiago Calatrava.

Milwaukee Brewery Tours: Milwaukee has a long tradition of beer brewing. Both large companies and blooming microbreweries offer public tours.

Milwaukee Public Museum: Excellent natural science museum in downtown.

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Milwaukee at night

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