Dates: May 22-25, 2017
Meets: M, Tu, W and Th from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Location: TBA, Berkeley
Registration Fees & DiscountsReduced rates are available to employees of California's city, county, regional , and other public agencies only. Full day Symposium (everyone): $75 Symposium & Institute (employees of California public agencies): $1,400 Symposium & Institute (all others): $1,800 A limited number of scholarships are available to students for the institute; if interested, please email us at email@example.com
Symposium & Institute DescriptionThe purpose of this seminar is to promote, a high level knowledge of high-speed railway technologies, for a selection of graduate engineers and specialized professionals, in order to provide and expand a resource base for the development of high-speed rail in California, as well as, bring students into contact with multinational leaders in these technologies. The aim of this course is to prepare engineers to achieve the best possible Knowledge, by the hand of international experts in railway technology. And, in this way, to put in practice their profession in these employments under the direction of Antonio Arribas and Eduardo Romo, engineers with over 25 years of experience in designing systems for high-speed railways. Please visit the HST California website for more information and to view the draft agenda; click here. For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ScheduleMarch 22, 2017 - HSR-General Overview March 23, 2017 - HSR-Blended Operations March 24, 2017 - HSR Technologies & LLC Optimization March 25, 2017 - International Success Stories
LocationThe full-day Symposium (May 22, 2017) will be held at UC Berkeley, Banatao Auditorium, 310 Sutardja Dai Hall, Berkeley, CA. A reception will follow in the lobby of Banatao Auditorium. For detailed information and directions to Banatao Auditorium, use this link. The Institute (May 23-25, 2017) will be held on the UC Berkeley campus, address to be announced. For information about air travel, ground transportation, and local accommodations click here.
Organizer's InformationEURIF (EUROPEAN RAILWAY INSTITUTE) www.eurif.com Association of engineers and architects for the promotion and dissemination of railway technologies. Becoming a tool for the support of the European engineering outside Europe. EURIF is a private non-profit organization, improving technological sector of the railways in Europe. FCH (FUNDACIÓN CAMINOS DE HIERRO) www.fcaminoshierro.com FCH is a non-profit making organization dedicated to research into the field of engineering and railway technology in general. Providing solutions for the development of transport systems through the consultan-cy services. FCH is an Affiliate Member of the UIC and APTA.
This is the registration page for the High Speed Train California Symposium and Institute, May 22-25, 2017. If you plan to attend both the Symposium AND the Institute, please register on this page. If you only want to attend the Symposium only, please register on this page. For information on air travel, ground transportation, and local accommodations click here.
Call us at 510-643-4393 to see if you qualify for a discount on this course.
|Course Fee (Basic)||Symposium & Institute (CA Pub)||$1,400.00|
|Course Fee (Alternate)||Symposium & Institute (others)||$1,800.00|
TBA, BerkeleyTBA, Berkeley
|05/22/2017||Monday||8 AM to 6 PM||TBA, Berkeley|
|05/23/2017||Tuesday||8 AM to 6 PM||TBA, Berkeley|
|05/24/2017||Wednesday||8 AM to 6 PM||TBA, Berkeley|
|05/25/2017||Thursday||8 AM to 6 PM||TBA, Berkeley|
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