Transportation and Local Information
SELSE 2020 will be held on the campus of Stanford University at
Paul Brest Hall
555 Salvatierra Walk, Stanford, CA, 94305.
The main entrance to Paul Brest Hall faces Nathan Abbott Way (marked in map below)
Attached: Location Map
The nearest parking lot to Paul Brest Hall is Parking Structure 6.
This is an underground parking lot. There are visitor parking spots that take cash and credit cards. After 4pm, the parking lots are free.
SELSE 2020 has reserved a room block in the Schwab Residential Center at Stanford University. Each spacious suite features a bedroom with an extra-long full-size bed, bath, and a living area and includes high-speed internet access and a 32” flat-screen television. Each suite includes a hair dryer, alarm clock, iron, ironing board, and complimentary toiletries. Amenities include access to a shared kitchen, laundry service and two laundry rooms, 24-hour front desk service and daily housekeeping service.
The rooms are available for a rate of $225 per night (plus taxes) for a single occupancy room. Requests to reserve a room must be made during registration for the conference and must be made by February 4, 2020. Please do not make direct requests for room reservations to the Schwab Residential Center. SELSE attendees may only request a room during workshop registration. On the registration form, check the box indicating that you want housing at the Schwab Center. Availability of rooms is limited and will be assigned on a first-come basis. Again, please do not contact the Schwab Residential Center directly. The conference will be handling communication with the Schwab Center.
Parking for the Schwab Residential Center
Day visitor passes that allow parking in the underground structure at the Knight Management Center across from the Schwab Residential Center are available using the Parkmobile app or website or from a kiosk. More info here: https://www.gsb.stanford.edu/visit.
Various Bay Area transit services can be used to get to the Stanford University campus, including VTA, CalTrain and BART from different parts of the Bay Area. A detailed list of transit connections to reach Stanford can be found here:
Stanford University offers a free public shuttle service called Marguerite connecting major local transit stops. Schedules and routes available at https://transportation.stanford.edu/marguerite
The Stanford Visitor Information has additional information on planning your trip to the university campus: https://visit.stanford.edu/plan