Sixth Interdisciplinary Conference of The International Society of the Arts, Mathematics, and Architecture
College Station, Texas, May 18-21, 2007
ISAMA'07 will be held on the campus of Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas at the College of Architecture. You can travel to College Station by flying or driving.
College Station Airport (CLL)
You can directly fly to College Station. Two major airlines, Continental and American Airlines have connections to College Station Easterwood Field Airport (CLL). The airport is 5 minutes to Campus. Airport has car rentals and taxis.
Houston Airport (IAH) and Shuttle Service From IAH
The closest international airport to College Station is Houston international Airport (IAH). There is a shuttle service from Houston International Airport (IAH) to College Station. The price is $21.99 for one way. You need to book in advance from http://www.groundshuttle.com/ Booking can also be done by phone or by email sending an email to email@example.com or calling (979) 739-2836 or (979) 739-2824.
Driving Directions to reach the campus
You can also easily drive to College Station from most major cities in Texas. Driving to Texas A&M takes 1.5-2 hours from Houston, about 2 hours from Austin, 3-3.5 hours from the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex, and about 3.5 hours from San Antonio.
FROM NORTH AUSTIN:
290 E to State Route 21 East on Route 21 to Hwy 47 (on the outskirts of Bryan near Texas A&M Riverside Campus) Head east on Hwy 47 (which will become Hwy 60 or University Drive) Continue on University Drive, passing by Research Park Go underneath the railroad tracks Continue on University Drive to Ireland Street
FROM SOUTH AUSTIN:
183 south to State Route 71 East on Route 71 toward Bastrop to State Route 21 Past Bastrop, look for left turn to continue on to Route 21 toward Caldwell (after left turn, travel approximately 3 blocks and turn right to continue on Route 21) Continue northeast on Route 21 to Hwy 47 (on the outskirts of Bryan near Texas A&M Riverside Campus) Head east on Hwy 47 (which will become Hwy 60 or University Drive) Continue on University Drive, passing by Research Park Go underneath the railroad tracks Continue on University Drive to Ireland Street
I35 S to Waco In Waco, take Exit 339 to 340 (southeast loop around Waco) Look for Hwy 6 sign to Bryan and take appropriate exit Hwy 6 on outskirts of North Bryan will become 2818 (East By-Pass) heading southeast Exit right on University Drive (HWY 60) heading southwest to Texas Avenue Texas A&M University will be on the left Continue on University Drive to Ireland Street
FROM NORTH HOUSTON:
Take Loop 610 South/West Take the Hwy 290 exit (toward Austin) Stay on Hwy 290 to Hwy 6 (just north of Hempstead) Turn right onto Hwy 6 north all the way to College Station Near College Station, continue north on BUSINESS 6 (Texas Avenue) to University Drive Turn left onto University Drive Continue on University Drive to Ireland Street
FROM SOUTH HOUSTON:
Take Loop 610 North/West Take the Hwy 290 exit (toward Austin) Stay on Hwy 290 to Hwy 6 (just north of Hempstead) Turn right onto Hwy 6 north all the way to College Station Near College Station, continue north on BUSINESS 6 (Texas Avenue) to University Drive Turn left onto University Drive Continue on University Drive to Ireland Street
Driving Directions to College of Architecture
To reach campus, you can follow the routes listed above. Eventually, you should be arriving on University Drive, either coming from highway 21/47 (if coming from Austin) or from Highway 6 (if coming from Houston/Dallas). University Drive runs along one edge of campus. To reach the parking lots, follow the instructions below once you are on University Drive.
Directions to parking lots: There are two lots you can use for parking: Lot 54 and Lot 51. Lot 54 is closer but occasionally fills up. To reach these lots, you should turn into campus off of University onto onto Bizzel Street. Coming from Austin, this will be after you have passed most of campus, and you will turn right. Coming from Houston/Dallas, this will be one of the first streets (2nd light) after crossing Texas Avenue, and you will turn left.
Click here for a map showing the directions below.
To reach lot 51, take the first left off Bizzell street. Parking lot 51 will be on the right. You may park in any slot EXCEPT those marked "Reserved" - there is a small lot of almost all reserved spaces just before lot 51.
To reach lot 54, continue to the end of Bizzell Street, and turn right. Then make an almost immediate left into parking lot 54. Again, you may park anywhere that is not marked "Reserved."
Note: Parking is free in the lots only on Saturdays and Sundays.
Anyone driving in on weekdays should use either the North Side Garage or the Central Campus Garage (slightly closer to the venue). Click here for more information on Visitor Parking on campus, including a map showing the locations of the various garages. There is a fee to park in these garages. (The Williams Admin Building shown on the map is right next to the Langford Building.)
The ISAMA'07 meeting will be held in the Langford Architecture Building B Auditorium. This is located in the small building directly in-between the H. R. Bright building (Computer Science) and the Langford Architecture Building C housing the Viz Lab. The entrance to the Auditorium is on the side facing Langford Building C.
Pax Mundi II Sculpture by Brent Collins, Steve Reinmuth and Carlo Sequin (Photos Credit Carlo Sequin)
Designed by Ergun Akleman - Last modified May 1st, 2007