Summer Workshop on the Dynamic Brain: Facilities
Seattle, WA - University of Washington and Allen Institute
The Python boot camp is held Saturday all day and Sunday morning before the full workshop group departs for Friday Harbor on Sunday afternoon. On Saturday, students will visit the University of Washington. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be provided. Students in Seattle by Saturday evening who are not participating in the boot camp are welcome to attend dinner. On Sunday, students will visit the Allen Institute. Breakfast will be provided.
The Python boot camp will conclude on Sunday at noon. All students will meet at the Allen Institute and transportation to the ferry Anacortes, WA. Lunch will be provided.
Accommodations are available at the University of Washington on Friday and Saturday night for students participating in the boot camp, and on Saturday night for students not participating in the boot camp.
Friday Harbor, WA - Friday Harbor Labs
The main workshop is held at Friday Harbor Labs, a University of Washington facility in Friday Harbor, WA, around 80 miles drive followed by an hour-long ferry ride from Seattle. The facility is primarily used for teaching and research in marine biology, oceanography, and fisheries.
Students and course staff are accommodated on site at the labs and have access to a classroom, dining hall/lounge space, and expansive outdoor spaces. Most students stay in double rooms in the FHL dormitories. The FHL campus is about a mile from the town center of Friday Harbor.
For more information, please visit the FHL website.
Students are responsible for travel expenses to and from Seattle and incidental expenses in Friday Harbor, such as snacks. Our thanks to the Simons Foundation for their support of Python boot camp activities, including accommodations and transportation on the mainland. The Allen Institute provides accommodations and meals at Friday Harbor.