Institute for Pure & Applied Mathematics

The 2018 winter short course will take place at IPAM. The IPAM building is located in the heart of the UCLA campus, adjacent to the Mathematical Sciences Building and directly across from Moore Hall. Its building was designed by the Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry. It boasts an open and spacious design with large windows that flood the interior with light. The building offers plenty of office space for visiting scholars, a lecture hall, several other meeting rooms, and public areas equipped with whiteboards, ideal for group discussions and informal learning.



Parking & Transit Information

There are a number of ways to access the UCLA campus from all over Los Angeles. Parking can be purchased on campus with cash or credit card. All-day parking feed range from US$6-12. Bus fare must be purchased with exact amount of cash (drivers cannot provide change) or in advance using cash or credit card with a Transit Access Pass. Single-ride bus fares range from US$1.00-2.50. Bicycle parking on campus is freely available; campus police strongly advise using a U-lock. For more information, explore the links below.

Visit the UCLA Transportation for information on parking: https://main.transportation.ucla.edu/campus-parking/visitors The closest lot to the IPAM building is Parking Structure 2.

Driving directions to UCLA: https://main.transportation.ucla.edu/getting-to-ucla/directions-to-ucla

Taking public transit to UCLA: https://main.transportation.ucla.edu/getting-to-ucla/public-transit Note: routes from all regional service providers are integrated on Google Maps.

Riding and parking your bike on UCLA campus: https://main.transportation.ucla.edu/getting-to-ucla/bike