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The C3E Fall 2019 Workshop will be held at the SRI International in Menlo Park, CA, USA on Sept 16-18, 2019. Located in Silicon Valley, this innovative international headquarters is just a 7 minute drive to Stanford University’s campus. The meeting will be in the International Building, which is to the left of the main headquarters.

SRI International is located at 333 Ravenswood Avenue, Menlo Park, CA 94025.


The Stanford Park Hotel group block is now closed. Rooms at the reduced rate will be based on availability. To check on availability in the group block, please email Regan Williams: regan.n.williams[at] 

The Stanford Park Hotel is located at 100 El Camino Real Menlo Park, CA 94025. 

 For more local area hotels, we would recommend trying to contact the following places:

Participants receiving travel support will have their hotel accommodations made by the conference organizers.

Travel Support

Guidelines for non-government attendees receiving travel support can be found here. Please review the guidelines prior to making travel arrangments and in advance of your trip. During your trip, please be sure to keep itemized copies of receipts in order to ensure full reimbursement.


SRI International is an 18 minute walk from The Stanford Park Hotel, and a 5 minute drive.

Walking directions from the hotel

  1. Walk southwest along El Camino Real from the Stanford Park Hotel
  2. Turn right towards Ravenswood Avenue. The SRI Campus will be on your right at 333 Ravenswood Avenue.
  3. The meeting will be in the International Building, which is to the left of the main building.

Driving Directions

For directions on navigating directly to SRI (from the San Francisco, San Jose, Redwood City, Palo Alto, and East Bay areas), there is an extensive directions page on the SRI International website. 

Event parking is available in the Christ Church lot at the corner of Ravenswood and Middlefield Road. If you park in the church lot, you will need to enter the campus from Ravenswood Avenue (not D Street) to avoid going through a security checkpoint.