7–9 May 2019
Kossiakoff Center at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, Maryland

Plan Your Trip

Applied Physics Lab

Location

The Kossiakoff Computer Center Facility is a modern auditorium and classroom building located on the Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) campus.

APL Education Center
11100 Johns Hopkins Road
Laurel, MD 20723-6099

Lodging

Homewood Suites
7531 Montpelier Road
Laurel, MD 20723
240-360-2725

Homewood Suites is located just outside Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory and is walking distance to the AIAA DEFENSE Forum.         

Transportation

Airports
  • Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) (Maryland)
  • Dulles International Airport (Virginia)
  • Reagan National Airport (Washington, DC)
Train Service

Directions

From Baltimore and I-95 (southbound)
Take exit 38 (Maryland Route 32-sign will read "Toward Columbia") west to US 29 south. (Exit 38 is approximately 10 miles from the Baltimore Beltway, I-695.) Proceed about 1.5 miles on US 29 to Johns Hopkins Road. Turn right. APL is a quarter mile west. Turn right on Pond Road, just past the service station. Follow the signs to the Kossiakoff Center parking on the lower lot.

From Washington and I-95 (northbound)

Take exit 38 (Maryland Route 32-sign will read "Toward Columbia") west to US 29 south. (Exit 38 is approximately 10 miles from the Washington Beltway, I-495.) Proceed about 1.5 miles on US 29 to Johns Hopkins Road. Turn right. APL is a quarter mile west. Turn right on Pond Road, just past the service station. Follow the signs to the Kossiakoff Center parking on the lower lot.

From US 29
Proceed on US 29 to Johns Hopkins Road. Turn right if coming from the north or left if coming from the south. APL is a quarter mile west. Turn right on Pond Road, just past the service station. Follow the signs to the Kossiakoff Center parking on the lower lot.

APL Map

Parking

Complimentary parking is available to all forum attendees. The lower level parking lot near the Kossiakoff Center is recommended.

 

 




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