The Conference will be held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.

Cambridge and Boston were both founded in 1630 by English immigrants. Boston is storied for its role in the American Revolution, however it has a lot more to offer.

Cambridge is just across the Charles River from Boston and it offers an exciting multi-cultural setting where visitors from around the world mingle in the shadow of two of the world’s premier educational institutions: Massachusetts Institute of Technology at Kendall Square and Harvard University at Harvard Square. Cambridge is often referred to as “Boston’s Left Bank” because of its array of cafes, bookstores and boutiques. As a captivating offbeat complement to Boston, the “Squares” of Cambridge (Kendall Square, Central Square, Harvard Square, Inman Square, Porter Square) are rich in unique shopping, adventurous dining, theatres, museums and historic sites.

Boston has something for everyone ranging from tourist attractions, museums, professional sports, and fresh seafood to Italian cuisine. As one of America’s oldest cities, Boston has a European feel and like many European cities, Boston is best explored on foot.

Cambridge easily accessible Boston Logan international airport (BOS), For further information please see the several websites on Boston and Cambridge:

http://www.cambridge-usa.org/visitor/visitorset.htm
http://www.cambridgema.gov/lvw.cfm?aud=vis

http://www.boston-online.com/visitors/index.html
http://www.bostonusa.com/