Llewellyn Hall (shortened to "LH" on the conference programme) is our keynote venue, and is one of Australia’s finest concert halls. The hall seats over 1,000 people so there plenty of space for everyone, and we plan on decking it out with state of the art projection and sound equipment for the duration of the conference.
The hall is a five minute walk from the main conference venue. We understand that some people might not be able to do this, please let us know if you think that you will need help getting between the keynote and conference venues by send us an email as soon as possible so we can sort things out for you.
We intend to provide wifi access in the hall, but not laptop power. We'll only be using the hall for keynotes though, so your laptop battery should be able to last an hour or so.
There will be limited registration facilities available at the hall before keynotes. You will be able to pick up your badge, but we won't have swag there. Full registration facilities will be at the Manning Clarke Lecture Centre on the Monday, or in the accommodation venues on the weekend before.
The Manning Clarke Lecture Centre (shortened to "MCC" on the conference programme) is our main conference venue, and the place where all the talks will happen through the week. It's ANU's premier lecture facility, and contains six theatres, and a large air conditioned hallway for a great hallway track. The lecture centre is co-located with a book shop, computer parts store, several coffee shops, a food hall, and a bar.
The six theatres in MCC are all equipped with standard ANU AV facilities, which include a built in projector, document projectors in the larger rooms, and public address system.
MCC is also where we will be serving morning and afternoon tea on the main conference days, and is where delegate registration will occur on conference days.
We will have wifi throughout MCC, and laptop power in a portion of each theatre.
Arduino Miniconference Venue
The Arduino miniconference will be running in a separate venue, because the seating in MCC is tiered, which isn't suitable for the Arduino hardware lab. The venue will be as close as the lecture centre.
More details of this venue will be available soon.