The Conference will be held in hybrid mode, so that both physical and virtual attendees are allowed.
The Conference venue is:
Mandalay Bay Convention Center
393 Frank Sinatra Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89119
What to see in Las Vegas
With all these transportation options, you’ll still cover much of the city on foot. That said, the length of the Strip can be deceptive…it takes longer than you think to walk from one end to the other. But some parts of the Strip must be experienced on foot: where else in the world can you admire dancing fountains (the Bellagio), or see an erupting volcano (the Mirage). Not to mention downtown’s Fremont Street Experience, which is a pedestrian’s paradise. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes.
In addition to the glamour and glitz of the Strip, Las Vegas offers a world of natural beauty unlike any other place on earth. Enjoy hiking at Red Rock Canyon, skiing and snowboarding at Mt. Charleston, and cooling off at the largest oasis in the desert, Lake Mead. The Grand Canyon, Valley of Fire, Zion National Park, and Death Valley are all just a short day trip away. You’ll learn from local university professors in the fields of geology, ecology, and human history and deepen your knowledge of your surroundings. Experience this timeless land like few can!