To view the current, preliminary schedule, please click here.
Where to Stay
For our accommodations this year, we are again employing Stanford Conference Services. To reserve a room for the conference, please contact them directly.
Getting to the Conference
Driving to campus
Given the large dimensions of Stanford University’s campus, it is recommended that visitors identify, in advance, the building and/or street names they are intending to find. Maps of the Stanford campus, Palo Alto, and the Bay Area can be found on the Maps and Directions page.
Shuttles & Taxis
From SFO: $34 one-way ($9 for each additional person).
Please call for pick-up locations. Reservations must be made at least one day in advance.
From SFO: $26 one-way ($8 for each additional person).
Pick-up is on upper level by US Air, United, and International terminal. Runs 24 hours a day. Reservation required for return trip to the airport
(3 stop max per shuttle trip).
From SFO: approximately $60 (one-way)
Pick-up outside baggage claim area of airport. You must call and give your name, the airline, flight number, and departure time.
24-hour advance reservation recommended:
Ask for Cynthia and mention Stanford University to get these special rates.Barron Limousine
Stretch Limousine (up to 8 passengers) approximately $115 one-way
Rates are from SFO or SJC. Buses also available.
Upon Your Arrival on Campus
If you are being driven to campus, it’s a good idea to have your driver wait during your Service Center check-in. Some of our residences are located a few minutes from the Service Center, making them challenging to reach when carrying luggage on foot. For maps of our different Service Centers, click here.
NOTE: The above transportation resources are provided as a convenience to conference visitors
to the Stanford University campus. Stanford University and the Stanford Mathematics Department make no representation regarding the companies/services listed
above. All prices and schedules are subject to change without notice. Please visit each transportation provider’s website for updates.
If, for some reason, you don't want to rent a car or take a cab or shuttle, you can get to Palo Alto from the San Francisco Airport by train. You will first need to take a BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) train from the airport to the Millbrae train station (BART schedule here) and then catch a CalTrain southbound to Palo Alto (train schedule here). Once you have arrived at the Palo Alto station, you can take the free Marguerite shuttle to campus. Here is a shuttle route map. Please note that, although the combined fares for this method of transportation are considerably lower than the alternatives, the convenience is also considerably lower.