Questions about attending, speaking, accommodations, and other concerns
HTCondor Week 2018 will be held in the Fluno Center, on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
The Fluno Center
Gourmet buffet-styles lunches will be provided at no additional cost to all registered attendees in the Fluno Center's Oros Executive Dining Room. In addition, snacks and coffee/tea will be provided during the breaks.
Breakfast and dinner are on your own, but there are many (dozens!) of options available within a short walk from the Fluno Center or any of the hotels listed on this page. Downtown Madison is very pedestrian friendly, there is no need to rent a car.
Workshop Hotel Accommodations
We've arranged block reservations at two nearby hotels (Fluno and DoubleTree), where you can get special rates for the duration of the conference. We advise you reserve your hotel room as soon as possible, as the number of discounted rooms is limited. To reserve your hotel room you will need to contact the hotel directly -- please use the "group reservation code" if you call by phone, or the "Reserve Online" link, and book before the room block expiration dates.
The Fluno Center hotel is in the same building where the conference is hosted. Recommended for maximum convenience.
601 University Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin, United States 53715
Modern hotel, less than a 5-minute walk from the conference venue. Parking and hotel shuttle included.
525 W. Johnson St., Madison, Wisconsin, United States 53703
Other Nearby Hotels
Hampton Inn & Suites
Centrally located downtown hotel, 5-10 minute walk from the conference.
440 West Johnson St., Madison, Wisconsin, United States 53703
Wisconsin Union Hotel
Hotel on the upper floors of the Wisconsin Union South building. Slightly further away and less convenient than other options, 15-20 minute walk from the conference.
1308 West Dayton St., Madison, Wisconsin, United States 53715
If you need help with arrangements, please contact us.
Getting Here, Getting Around
Note that a car is not required in order to get around Madison; in fact, a renting a car is likely to become a hassle because parking in downtown Madison is limited. Taxis are readily available to and from the Dane County Regional Airport (MSN) to campus for ~$25 each way. Once on campus, all of the listed hotels plus dozens of pubs and restaurants are within an easy 5 to 20 minute walk of the conference auditorium.