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Mersivity 2023 Venue: Mechanical Engineering Building, MC102, 5 King's College ROAD

(Morgan Freeman's "Through The Wormhole" with Steve Mann, filmed at University of Toronto in MC102)

The Symposium takes place at University of Toronto downtown St. George Campus,
5 King's College Road (not King's College Circle!)
Toronto, ON, M5S 3G8,
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering building, as shown on the left side of the picture below, facing South (you can see the CN Tower in the background, which is to your South):

Enter through front door and go right to MC102 = Room 102 on the ground floor just inside the main entrance.

If you are coming from the South, you can see University College off in the distance, and the entrance is on your right:

Once you enter you will first see the large entrance hall / exhibit area:

Turn right and walk through the entrance hall / exhibit area, and enter the auditorium on the right hand side. There is seating for 354 people, facing the sliding chalkboards (counterweighted pulley system) and two large projection screens, one on each side of the chalkboard:

We have multiple projectors, multiple screens, and 3 nice large blackboards.

If you are presenting, please arrive early for setup and testing of the audiovisual equipment. We have available a Sure SM58 mic, SC2 voice processor, and various other equipment (please let us know preferences) etc., as well as Hagoromo Fulltouch Chalk in all seven colours.

For your convenience we have booked the auditorium a week earlier, for rehearsals on Thursday December 7th from 12noon to 8pm if you wish to do (and perhaps record) a practice talk.

Upcoming Festival: 2023 Dec. 21st, Ontario Place, Lakeshore Boulevard







Check out our past Summer Symposium at a totally different venue, Michael Hough Beach:

Past: Tue. Aug. 15, 10am, Michael Hough Beach, Ontario Place, West Island

Summer Symposium (past), August 15th venue:

Location: Michael Hough Beach.
Here's a link to map and GPS for the summer venue.

See Transpod website...