IAEA-TM 2011 Featured Activities

Reception

Monday June 20, 2011
6 - 8 pm
Westin Hotel
50 3rd st.
San Francisco, CA 94103
Tel: (415) 974-6400

The Conference Reception will take place Monday evening 6 - 8 pm, at the Westin Hotel's Ducca Lounge, outside terrace (weather permitting) or the Westin Hotel Franciscan Reception Room. A sampling of light fare is planned.

San Francisco Giants vs. Minnesota Twins

Come see the excitement of professional baseball as the San Francisco Giants host the Minnesota Twins. The IAEA TM will be organizing a group ticket purchase for this event.
  • Date: Tuesday, June 21, 2011
  • Time: 7:05 p.m.
  • Place: AT&T Park, 24 Willie Mays Plaza
  • Tickets: $28 per person, Lower Box, Limited Quantity Available
  • To reserve tickets with the number of tickets you would like reserved.
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California Sunset Cruise

Take a relaxed 2-hour cruise, enjoy spectacular sunset views, live guitar music and hearty appetizers. Cruise past the infamous island of Alcatraz, around Angel Island National Park, under the majestic span of the Golden Gate, and along the beautiful shorelines of Tiburon and Sausalito as the sun sets over the Pacific Ocean.
  • Wednesday, June 22, 2011
  • Departs at 7 pm
  • $54.00 per person, Limited Quantity Available
  • To reserve tickets with the number of tickets you would like reserved.
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National Ignition Facility Technical Tour

A tour of the National Ignition Facility (NIF) at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) will be part of the program on the afternoon of June 23. Multiple buses will depart San Francisco between 12:50 and 1:50 pm for LLNL. The buses will take conference attendees to the LLNL badge office and then to NIF for a walking tour.
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Banquet

Following the NIF Tour, the Conference Banquet will take place on Thursday evening at the beautiful Wente Winery in Livermore, California. Transportation will be provided.
Special Presentations by:

Stewart Brand and Alexander Rose will discuss energy, long-term thinking, and the current state of the 10,000 year Clock project now under construction in west Texas.