The 2015 IAEA conference will be held in Lawrence, Kansas, USA. Below, find important information for planning your trip to Lawrence.
While many accommodation options are available in Lawrence, a number of businesses have specifically offered to partner with CETE in providing discounted rates to IAEA conference attendees. Our accommodations page provides further information about these partner businesses and how to take advantage of these special rates.
GETTING TO LAWRENCE
A shuttle from Kansas City International Airport to Lawrence is available through Five Guys Transportation service. A one-way trip from MCI to Lawrence through Five Guys costs approximately USD $100.
Those driving themselves to Lawrence may wish to take the following route via I–435 S and I–70 W:
- Get on I–29 N/I–435 W from Winan Rd, Lisbon Ave and Mexico City Ave
- Follow I–435 S and I–70 W to Douglas County. Take exit 204 from I–70 W
- Take US–40 W/US–59 S to your destination
Most ATMs and stores in the United States will accept all major credit cards, such as Master Card, Visa, and American Express.
Average temperatures in October will range from 50–75 ºF (10–24 ºC). See the current weather in Lawrence below.
Local time for Lawrence, Kansas, is North American Central Standard Time, UTC –06:00.
The official language of the 2015 IAEA Conference is English.
The country code for Lawrence, Kansas, USA, is +1-785.
POWER AND ADAPTER INFO
Electrical outlets in the United States provide 110–120 volts of power and use the Type B North American NEMA 5–15 standard.
LIABILITY AND INSURANCE
The Conference Organizers cannot accept liability for personal injuries sustained, or for loss or damage of property belonging to conference participants (or their accompanying persons), either during, or as a result of, the conference. Participants are advised to obtain their own personal health and travel insurance for their trip.
LETTER OF INVITATION
A letter of invitation can be provided upon request. The purpose of the letter is to help participants to obtain a visa. The letter does not represent a commitment on the part of the organizers to provide any financial support. For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guests arriving from nations not participating in the United States’ Visa Waiver Program will need a visitor visa in order to enter the country. Guests needing a visa are encouraged to address the issue early as wait times may amount to several weeks at some locations. Guests from Waiver Program nations will need to apply for entrance electronically. Additional information on visitor visas is available on the U.S. State Department website.