Both the sixth CANSec workshop and the Cyber-Defense Competition will be held at the KU Information Technology and Telecommunication Center, located at KU Nichols hall (Google Map). The address is:
2335 Irving Hill Road, Lawrence, KS 66045
Parking is available for participants at the parking lot outside Nichols (on the east side) which is free on Saturdays. The workshop will be in the Apollo Auditorium on the first floor and there will be signs directing you to the meeting place.Directions
- From I-70 (Kansas Turnpike): Go west from Kansas City or east from Topeka on I-70. Get off at the West Lawrence Turnpike exit (exit #202). Go south from Turnpike exit: you're on McDonald Drive, which leads you under an overpass and up an incline to merge left onto Iowa Street/Highway 59. Continue south on Iowa (past traffic light intersections at 9th and at Harvard Streets); turn right at the traffic light intersection of Bob Billings Parkway (15th Street).
- From Kansas Highway K-10: Go west from Kansas City on Highway K-10. (K-10 intersects Highway I-435 at the southwest corner of I-435's loop. From I-435, watch closely for the Lawrence exit on your right; this is K-10. As you enter Lawrence, K-10 becomes 23rd Street. Stay on 23rd St. until you reach the traffic light intersection with Iowa Street (Highway 59). Be in the right-turn lane as you approach the intersection; turn right (north) onto Iowa. Turn left at the traffic light at the intersection of Bob Billings Parkway (15th Street).
- Free parking is available for participants at the parking lot outside Nichols (on the east side).
- We expect most participants will attend the event in a day trip without the need for staying overnight. However, if you wish to stay in town for one or two nights, we are pleased to recommend some good hotels and restaurants in Lawrence, Kansas.