2004 Electronic Materials Conference: Attendee & Speaker Services

June 23-25, 2004 · 46TH ELECTRONIC MATERIALS CONFERENCE · Notre Dame University, Notre Dame, Indiana

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Registrants will have access to Notre Dame’s information technology infrastructure, which includes more than 500 workstations in 12 computer clusters, and the ResNet Ethernet network providing internet access to all campus dorm rooms and several public areas. A temporary username and password will be provided to registrants upon check-in. Each technical session room has a video projector, a VGA connection for a laptop, and a Windows workstation equipped with CD and floppy disk drives, Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe Acrobat software.


Telephones and a message board will be located near the Registration Desk in McKenna Hall. Messages will be posted in this area throughout the conference.


Notre Dame’s recreational facilities are available to conference guests. Conference nametags must be worn at all times and room keys must be presented in order to use the recreational facilities. Golf, swimming, racquetball, basketball, squash, weight lifting and tennis facilities are available. Current schedules and reservation information will be available in your conference packet. Walking and jogging route maps with distances are also available at the Information Desk in the Center for Continuing Education, McKenna Hall. For further facility information see



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