CCAPP supports a high visibility visitor program, hosting a spectrum of visitors from advanced graduate students to senior faculty, for short and long term visits.
Visitors are invited to collaborate in observational or theoretical cosmology and/or experimental or theoretical astro-particle physics interacting with CCAPP members and researchers at other institutions while utilizing extensive CCAPP resources and infrastructure, both experimental and theoretical.
CCAPP will support the local expenses (and often subsidize the travel for more junior researchers) for qualified visitors who spend a few days or a few months working with CCAPP members on CCAPP related science.
Directions to The Ohio State University
From Port Columbus International Airport: (Airport code: CMH)
Take I-670 west to SR 315 north. Exit at Lane Avenue. Turn right.
Taxi or Uber is the easiest way to get from the airport to your hotel or campus.
From the north:
Take any major highway to I-270. Take I-270 to SR 315 south. From SR 315 south, exit at Lane Ave. Turn left.
From the south:
Take any major highway to I-71 north. Take I-71 north to SR 315 north. Exit at Lane Avenue. Turn right.
From the west:
Take any major highway to I-70 east. Take I-70 east to SR 315 north. Exit at Lane Avenue. Turn right.
From the east:
Take any major highway to I-70 west. Take I-70 west to SR 315 north. Exit at Lane Avenue. Turn right.
Physics Research Building (PRB)
The Physics Research Building is located on main campus. CCAPP is located on the south end of the building on the Mezzanine (M) Floor.
191 West Woodruff Ave
Columbus, Ohio 43210