The 58th Annual Device Research Conference will be held June 19-21, 2000, at
the University of Denver, Denver,
The DRC brings together scientists, engineers, and students to discuss new and exciting breakthroughs and advances in the field of device research. The DRC is sponsored by the IEEE Electron Devices Society. The conference will be held at University of Denver, Denver, Colorado from Monday, June 19 through Wednesday, June 21. The DRC and the Electronic Materials Conference (EMC) of the TMS will again coordinate activities. The EMC will be held at the same location on June 21-23, 2000. Device-oriented papers should be submitted to the DRC and materials-oriented papers to the EMC.
The Denver area may be reached by:
Driving from the East and West take I-70 to I-25 (south). Take the Speer Boulevard (south) exit 212A and follow Speer to Lawrence Street. Turn left on Lawrence and it leads you into the downtown area.
Driving from the North and South follow I-25 to downtown. Take the Speer Boulevard (south) exit 212A and follow the above directions.
Greyhound bus lines provide substantial service from major cities. The local station is in downtown Denver. Taxi service is available from the terminal to the University of Denver and other hotels.
Denver International Airport is serviced by several major airlines and commuter airlines. There are special fares offered by US Airways for EMC/DRC. Shuttle service and taxi service are available from the airport. If driving from the airport take Pena Boulevard south from the airport to I-70 westbound. Follow I-70 to downtown and take I-25 (south). Take I-25 South through downtown to the University Boulevard Exit (South); go South on University Boulevard to Evans Avenue, turn right on Evans Avenue to Rale Street. The Driscoll Center is located on the corner of Evans Avenue and Rale Street .
Taxi service is available from the Airport to the hotels located in the Denver area.
The following maps are available for download in portable document format, and can be viewed using Adobe Acrobat.
Central Denver (~1 Mb)
Downtown Denver (~1.56 Mb)
University Park (~1.17 Mb)
Parking at the University of Denver is by permit only. Parking is complimentary
for those residing on-campus in the Residence Hall. When you arrive at University
of Denver you will receive a parking permit from the front desk attendant in
the Residence Hall.
Attendees residing off-campus may purchase a daily permit from the Resident Hall for $5, a 4-day permit (Tuesday through Friday) for $12, or a 6- day permit (Sunday through Friday) for $18. Parking permits may also be purchased at the conference registration area, however, pre-purchasing of parking permits is encouraged (by using the housing reservation form) to eliminate standing in lines. See Housing Reservation Form to pre-purchase permit.
Parking citations are issued for failure to display permits and/or parking in incorrect areas.
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