CDTF

Location

Workshop Dates and Locations:
Jan 30 & 31 at Johns Hopkins APL

Download the Johns Hopkins APL visitors guide (.pdf format)

The Cross Domain Technical Forum will be held at:
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab
Kossiakoff Conference and Education Center
11100 Johns Hopkins Road
Laurel, MD
20723-6099





APL is a secure facility, operating under Department of Defense regulations for restricted entry. All visits to the Laboratory must be preapproved via written request and notification by responsible staff members.

Entry/ID Requirements

Visitors must present photo identification to the lobby receptionists, sign the visitor register, receive the appropriate badge, and remain under escort unless otherwise authorized by Visitor Control. Passports are required for foreign visitors, and resident aliens must present their Resident Alien Card (Green Card) for entry to the Laboratory. Questions regarding the status of a visitor’s access to the Laboratory should be directed to Visitor Control (Phone: 240-228-5661 or 443-778-5661; Fax: 240-228-6400 or 443-778-6400). Visitors attending a meeting should have their visit request faxed to Visitor Control or sent via SMO code 888984.

Restricted/Controlled Items

Before your visit, please review the Laboratory’s rules for bringing restricted and controlled items, such as electronic devices, on site. APL’s Controlled Items Policy is provided here: http://www.jhuapl.edu/privacy/controlled.asp.

Parking

Attendees should enter via Pond Road, stay to the right and proceed down to the K-Lot. There will be steps on the left from the parking lot that lead into the Kossiakoff Center.

Wireless Coverage

APL has a Guest wireless network that is available for general use by visitors to the APL campus. This network provides Internet access, can be used to send encrypted communications, and supports 802.11 b//g. Access to the network requires a Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) key and a Guest user password. Visitors will need to set up a “guest” network name or Service Set Identifier (SSID) through their wireless configuration utility using the WEP key.

Directions

From the Baltimore Area:
  1. Take I-95 South toward Washington, DC.
  2. Take MD Route 32 West (toward Columbia).
  3. Go 2.5 miles and take U.S. Route 29 South (toward Washington, DC).
  4. Go 1.5 miles and take exit 15 for Johns Hopkins Road.
  5. Exit onto Johns Hopkins Road.
From Washington, DC, and the Capital Beltway (I-495):
  1. Take I-95 North toward Baltimore.
  2. Go 8 miles and take MD Route 216 West (toward Scaggsville).
  3. Go 0.3 miles and take U.S. Route 29 North (first exit off of traffic circle).
  4. Go 1.2 miles and take exit 15 for Johns Hopkins Road.
  5. Exit onto Johns Hopkins Road (third exit off of traffic circle).
Alternate Washington, DC/Capital Beltway Route:
  1. From the Capital Beltway (I- 495), take I-95 North toward Baltimore.
  2. Go 10 miles and take MD Route 32 West (toward Columbia).
  3. Go 2.5 miles and take U.S. Route 29 South (toward Washington, DC).
  4. Go 1.5 miles and take exit 15 for Johns Hopkins Road.
  5. Exit onto Johns Hopkins Road.
Alternate Washington, DC/Capital Beltway Route:
  1. From the Capital Beltway (I- 495), take U.S. Route 29 North (Colesville Road).
  2. Go 10 miles and take exit 15 for Johns Hopkins Road.
  3. Exit onto Johns Hopkins Road (third exit off of traffic circle).
From Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall (BWI) Airport:
  1. Take I-195 West out of the terminal.
  2. Go 4.5 miles and take exit 4 to I-95 South toward Washington, DC.
  3. Go 10 miles and take MD Route 32 West (toward Columbia).
  4. Go 2.5 miles and take U.S. Route 29 South (toward Washington, DC).
  5. Go 1.5 miles and take exit 15 for Johns Hopkins Road.
  6. Exit onto Johns Hopkins Road.
From Reagan National Airport:
  1. Take the George Washington Memorial Parkway North.
  2. Go 16 miles and take the Capital Beltway (I-495) East or North toward Baltimore.
  3. Go 15 miles and take I-95 North toward Baltimore.
  4. Go 10 miles and take MD Route 32 West (toward Columbia).
  5. Go 2.5 miles and take U.S. Route 29 South (toward Washington, DC).
  6. Go 1.5 miles and take exit 15 for Johns Hopkins Road.
  7. Exit onto Johns Hopkins Road.
From Washington Dulles International Airport:
  1. Take the Dulles Airport Access Road out of the airport.
  2. Go 12 miles to exit 18 for the Capital Beltway (I-495) East or North toward Baltimore.
  3. Go 18 miles and take I-95 North toward Baltimore.
  4. Go 10 miles and take MD Route 32 West (toward Columbia).
  5. Go 2.5 miles and take U.S. Route 29 South (toward Washington, DC).
  6. Go 1.5 miles and take exit 15 for Johns Hopkins Road.
  7. Exit onto Johns Hopkins Road.
From I-70 East:
  1. Take exit 80 and merge onto MD Route 32 East.
  2. Go 8.6 miles and take exit 17 for Cedar Lane toward Sanner Road.
  3. Keep right at the fork and merge onto Cedar Lane.
  4. Cedar Lane turns slightly left and becomes Sanner Road.
  5. Go 1.2 miles (to second stoplight) and turn left onto Johns Hopkins Road.
From NASA Goddard Space Flight Center:
  1. Take the Baltimore-Washington Parkway (I-295) North about 10 miles.
  2. Exit onto MD Route 32 West (toward Columbia).
  3. Go 2.5 miles and take U.S. Route 29 South (toward Washington, DC).
  4. Go 1.5 miles and take exit 15 for Johns Hopkins Road.

Inclement Weather Policy
In the event of inclement weather, we will follow the guidance of the facility hosting the event, the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab. Any delays, or cancellations due to weather will be posted on front page of the CDTF Registration website, www.fbcinc.com/e/cdtf or you may call Johns Hopkins at: 240-228-4848.