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MONDAY, AUGUST 30

On Monday, August 30th, the evening before the main program of SIGCOMM 2004 begins, we welcome all attendees of the conference to a reception at the Oregon Historical Society Museum.  The museum is situated on Portland's South Park blocks at the foot of one of Richard Haas's splendid building murals.


MONDAY, AUGUST 30

On Monday, August 30th, the evening before the main program of SIGCOMM 2004 begins, we welcome all student attendees of the conference to a dinner, especially for you.  Many students arrive at a conference such as SIGCOMM knowing only others from their own universities.  This will be a chance to meet other student attendees, as well as some of the organizers of the conference, who will also join us at dinner. There is no additional fee to attend this dinner.

  • Where:
    Downtown Deli & Greek Cusina, 404 SW Washington St., Vancouver

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    Portland, OR 97204-2204

  • When:
    Monday, August 30, 2004, 7:30pm. (This will allow for time to attend the conference reception first - that starts at 6pm.)
     
  • Who:
    Anyone registered as a student attendee of SIGCOMM.
     
  • Logistics:
    1. Each student registration packet will include a ticket and walking directions to the restaurant.
    2. The menu includes meat, fish and vegetarian dishes.



WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

On Wednesday, September 1st, we welcome all attendees of SIGCOMM 2004 to a banquet at the Tiffany Center.  Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Tiffany Center is along Portland's MAX light rail line and is a short walk from the conference hotel.

  • Where:
    Tiffany Center, 1410 SW Morrison St.

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    Portland, OR 97205-1930

  • When:
    Wednesday, September 1, 2004, 6pm-10pm
    • Cocktail reception from 6pm-7:15pm
    • Banquet from 7:15pm-10pm
     
  • Who:
    Anyone registered as an attendee of SIGCOMM 2004

 
Last Modified: February 11, 2004