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VENUE

 


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Nobel Plaza

Was constructed in 1997 to honor two laureates connected to the U of S during her 90th anniversary
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Physics Building

116 Science Place
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Dr. Gerhard Herzberg

German-Canadian pioneering physicist and physical chemist, who won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1971
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Lecture Theater

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Overview of Saskatoon

Bird's eyeview of the city
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Overview of Saskatoon

Bird's eyeview of the city

 


University of Saskatchewan Department of Physics & Engineering Physics 116 Science Place Saskatoon, SK S7N 5E2

CSSTC 2019 will be held on the picturesque campus of the University of Saskatcheawan in Saskatoon. Most sessions will take place in the centrally located Physics building.

 

 



GETTING HERE


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Click to view Detailed map of the University Campus




PARKING


There is no free parking on the University Campus, fees are however as cheap as it gets. Click the link below for more information.


Campus Short Term Parking Direction


The closest parking lots to the Conference venue are: Lot 5 (Agriculture Parkade); Lot 1 (Place Riel); and Lot 3 (PAC)



TRANSPORTATION


  Car Service


Uber


Comfort Cab



  Bus Service


Click here for details on Saskatoon bus fee


Click here for details on Saskatoon bus routes



FUN SPOTS IN SASKATOON


The Observatory opens 9:15 - 11:45 pm on Saturdays Click here for more details



The Peter MacKinnon Building at the University of Saskatchewan is a National Historic Site of Canada. This historical building is an excellent example of university buildings in the classic Elizabethan shape in Collegiate Gothic style. Click here for more details



The Museum of Antiquities houses a collection of ancient Greek, Roman, Egyptian and Near Eastern sculpture in full scale replica. Admission is free and public tours can be arranged. Click here for more details



The Museum of Natural Sciences is designed to outline evolution throughout geological time, providing an integrated learning environment, with displays of living plants, animals and fossils. Click here for more details



The "Little Stone School House" or Victoria School House was originally built in 1888. It is pleasantly situated in a quiet spot on the University of Saskatchewan grounds, just off College Drive. Click here for more details




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For inquiries please contact:
email:
secretary.csstc2019@gmail.com