Travel and Lodging

Travel and accommodations must be arranged by the participants themselves. Below you find important information about options for ground transportation. The local committee is here to help you, don't hestitate to be in contact!


The best airport for international travel is Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Domestic flights and connections may also use Burbank (BUR), or perhaps the most charming of them all, Santa Barbara (SBA), which are both about an hour from campus (depending on traffic).

Airport transfers (by shuttle or rideshare) must be organized by the participants themselves; Lyft and Uber are easy - and inexpensive - to arrange per travellers' schedules. There are local shuttle companies to consider, e.g. Another  is (although Covid-19 may have caused difficulty with this company, worth checking though).  Rental cars are readily available at LAX and BUR. Parking is easy on campus and in Thousand Oaks. Domestically, Greyhound (bus) and Amtrak (train) are also economical options.

It is recommended that congress participants try to connect with another traveller for an efficient shared transportation. If there is need, it is also possible for some scheduled group transportations from and to the airport to be arranged with the help of the local committee. If you are interested in this option, please contact Steve Herder and Kirsi Stjerna 

Lodging and Meals

See the welcome email sent on 6/20/22 from CLU.


Each evening a reception is offered, In addition to that, dinner options include local restaurants or campus dining hall, which also serves lunch every day.

If you have prepurchaed meal tickets, you will get them when on campus. If you did not pre-purchase but would like to, this is possible during the congress (sunday 3-4, mon-fri 10:30-11:30 at Samuelson chapel, registration desk).