2007 Atlanta Newsletter #3
This issue is all about registration. In this issue:
On campus housing is limited and it is available on a first come
basis. The deadline for on campus housing
We have extended
the deadline for early registration for league participation and
the Symposium to April 11th as well.
is set up in an "a la carte" fashion so that participants
can register only the components of the event
Housing and meals are also available (see below).
We are excited
to offer housing for faculty and students on the Georgia Tech campus.
The primary advantages of on
Two types of
housing are available: Traditional dorm rooms and apartments. Both
types of housing include
Traditional dorm rooms include two beds and two desks. A shared bathroom is available down the hall.
provide a roomy and relaxed environment. They include four private
bedrooms (one person each) that adjoin
meal plans are also available in a modern dining hall adjacent to
campus housing. Many food options
A special shuttle
bus service has been set up to transport participants from campus
housing and nearby hotels to all of
We have reserved
blocks of rooms in nearby hotels. Three of the recommended hotels
(Georgian Terrace, Indigo, Georgia
When you call
one of these hotels to make a reservation, please let them know
that you want the RoboCup rate. To see
Other hotels are available nearby, but we do not recommend them.
attendees have successfully registered using our process through
PayPal. However, some people are having trouble. We are sorry to
hear about the difficulties. The key difficulty seems to be that
in some countries, PayPal
1. Divide your registration into several smaller purchases.
2. Become a PayPal member. We realize this is not desireable for some, but it does lift the purchasing limit.
As an additional
option, teams can request an invoice from us. The invoice can then
be paid by credit card or wire
We are available to answer any questions by email.
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Date Created: March 28, 2007
Last updated: February 12, 2008