Workshop 1 | May 12-13, 2022 | Penn State

Workshop Registration & Agenda

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If you are interested in attending in person, please email Dr. Tong Qiu ( Limited spots are available in person, so sign up soon!

Unlimited spots are available through remote attendance via Zoom.

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Workshop Venue

The workshop will take place at the Larson Transportation Institute (LTI), located on the Penn State (University Park, PA) campus.


We have reserved a block of 20 rooms at Country Inn and Suites for $99/night for May 11, 12 and 13. The hotel is 1.5 miles from LTI and offers free breakfast, parking, shuttle services, and WiFi.

A coupon code will be provided for workshop attendees to book their rooms online directly with Country Inn and Suites.

Transportation to and from the hotel can be arranged through the hotel shuttle service.

Country Inn and Suites
1357 E College Ave
State College, PA 16801
Phone (814) 234-6000

How to get there

The University Park Airport (SCE) serves State College and Penn State University, and is under six miles from the workshop and lodging locations.

Shuttle service is available from the Country Inn and Suites hotel, if you stay there.

Other modes of transportation include taxis, Uber, and Lyft.

What’s on the menu

May 11

No formal dinner plans but the workshop hosts invite you to join us at an informal dinner in town. Individuals must cover their own costs.

May 12 and 13

  • Breakfast is provided by Country Inn and Suites hotel, if you stay there.
  • Lunch will be provided both days.
  • Dinner will be provided on May 12.
  • Refreshments (including coffee and tea) will be provided at the workshop.

What to do around town

The Downtown State College Improvement District is a live, work, and play neighborhood that sparks the creative, the eclectic, and the local. Workshop attendees are invited to explore the lively downtown State College, which is located about 2 miles away from the Country Inn and Suites.

COVID information

Penn State’s COVID-19 safety plans for summer 2022 are under development and will reflect university, Pennsylvania Department of Health, and federal guidance. More information is available on Penn State's Coronavirus Information website.

At this time, all individuals, regardless of their vaccination status, are required to wear face masks while inside buildings on Penn State campuses. This applies to classrooms, meeting spaces and other shared public indoor areas. Individuals are urged to wear well-fitting, multi-layered masks in accordance with the latest University and federal guidelines.

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