Location

The meeting venue for NCMT 2011 is the University Community Centre (UCC) Room 315 (USC Council Chambers).

The maps below will guide you to parking on campus, as well as directions for walking from Windermere Manor, Spencer Lodge, and Guest House on the Mount.

You will also find floor plans of each of the three floors of the University Community Centre.

Lunch will be held on both days at The Wave Restaurant, which is on the second floor of UCC (UCC 295).

Sir Anthony Leggett will give his public presentation in the main theatre, UCC 290 (McKellar Room).

There are two sets of washrooms on each of the second and third floors of UCC.

All of this information will be provided in your official conference booklet.


 

The University of Western Ontario (Western) has developed over 125 years from a small community of scholars into one of Canada's leading universities. Today it is the size of a small city, and is one of the safest and most beautiful campuses in Canada.

The University is located on 155 hectares of land along the banks of the Thames River in London, Ontario.

The University of Western Ontario is a vibrant centre of learning with about 1,600 full-time faculty members and approximately 38,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Through its 12 Faculties, and three affiliated Colleges, the University offers more than 400 different majors, minors, and specializations. Western has six major libraries with more than seven million books, journals, CD-ROMs, and other materials. Together they constitute one of the largest research library systems in Canada. There are many special collections such as those in the areas of Law, Canadiana, Music, Art History, and Sport History.

The athletic facilities at Western include a new multi-purpose athletic stadium, gymnasiums, swimming pools, tennis courts, and a full range of sports and fitness facilities.

The University of Western Ontario has been rated as having the best student experience among Canada’s Universities seven years running. The amenities here are second to none, and many items considered extra at other institutions are free to students at Western.