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6th International Symposium on Laser Precision Microfabrication 2005

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Information regarding visas may be obtained at American Physical Society, International Affairs and The National Academies, International Visitors Office. We advise international participants that they should plan for ample time to have their visas processed by their local American Embassy.

If you know now of someone who will be travelling to the U. S. from one of the visa waiver countries, please have them visit the State Department website for more information.

Note: For attendees who will or may be receiving any kind of support from the conference (travel, honorarium, etc.), the following requirements apply:


A room block has been reserved at the Radisson Fort Magruder Hotel & Conference Center in Williamsburg, Virginia.

Conference rate: $99 single or double plus tax

The hotel is located within easy walking distance of the Colonial Williamsburg historic area. Please note that the listed rate applies ONLY when reservations are made directly with the hotel (see below). If you go through a travel agent, additional commission charges will apply.

Please make your hotel reservations as soon as possible. The room block will be released 4 weeks prior to the workshop. After March 10, 2005, rooms will be available on a space-available basis and higher rates may apply.

To make your hotel reservations online:

  1. Click on the hotel website below
  2. Under 'Check Rates and Availability' select the dates you want
  3. Under 'Promotional Code' enter 'LPM' and click 'go'

Radisson Fort Magruder Hotel & Conference Center

To make your hotel reservations by phone, call (800) 333-3333. Please reference "LPM 2005" when making your reservations.

Welcome to Williamsburg

Once Virginia's colonial capital and a catalyst for American independence and democracy, today Colonial Williamsburg is a living, working 18th century town as well as a world-class cultural and historical institution. Located on 173 wooded acres, the restored historic district features over 500 buildings and 90 acres of landscaped gardens. Highlights include the Governor's Palace, the Capitol, Bruton Parish Church, plus the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum and authentic period dining at historic taverns.

April is the peak spring flower time in Williamsburg, with mild days and cool nights. The town's beautiful gardens and tree-lined streets are best toured on foot, so bring casual clothes and comfortable walking shoes.

In addition to its own charms, Williamsburg is a just a short drive from the regions many other attractions, including Jamestown - the first permanent English settlement in the New World , and Yorktown - site of the deciding land battle between Britain and the Colonies. Other nearby attractions include championship golf courses, and lovely Colonial Plantations along the scenic James River.

Access to Williamsburg

Williamsburg is served by both the Richmond and Norfolk International Airports (each approximately 45 minutes away), as well as by the smaller Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport (about 20 minutes away). Regular commercial shuttle service is available at all these airports. Dulles International Airport, outside Washington DC, is about 3 hours away. Amtrak offers train service from Union Station in Washington D.C. to Williamsburg.

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