NOTE: July is high season in this lakefront resort town.
Highly recommended that reservations be made by May 15th, 2014.

We expect that most attendees will take a room at the lakefront conference site, Stella Maris. If you intend to do so, choose Option #1, #2, or #5 on the registration form (see registration information) to reserve your room. If you choose one of the other options, you must arrange off-site accommodations. The facility offers single rooms with shared bathrooms in a dormitory setting. A very limited number of double rooms are available at Stella Maris for attendees with companions. Contact the organizers for more information.

Rooms at the following off-site places are being held until May 15th. Please make reservations by the phone
listed at the web site, mentioning that you are attending the PAVI 14 Physics Conference.

Arbor House Inn:
About 0.5 mile from Stella Maris in the Village.
Rooms below have private baths.
Must be reserved by May 15.
Niagara – Queen bed $160 per night
Cayuga – Queen bed $175 per night
Chardonel – Queen bed $175 per night
Shiraz – Queen bed $180 per night
Pinot – Queen bed $180 per night
Cabernet – Queen bed $195 per night
Mention Physics Conference PAVI14 for twenty per cent discount on above rooms.

Riesling – King bed plus double twin trundle bed - $230 per night
Bella Rose – Small apartment with full kitchen and dining area, double twin trundle bed in living room area, queen bedroom - $300 per night

Sherwood Inn: 
A classic 1820 Inn.
About two blocks from Stella Maris
Rooms have private baths.
Room 19 – Queen bed - $215 per night
Room 41 – King bed - $245 per night
Room 42 – King bed - $245 per night

Old Stone Mill Inn:
About three blocks from Stella Maris.
Two bedroom, two bath apartment with kitchen, dining area and living room for $1,800/week.
Includes additional two twin-size cots.

Birds Nest Motel:
About 1.5 miles from Stella Maris outside Village
Rooms must be reserved by May 15.
For conference rates, reservations must be made by phone: (315) 685-5641. Mention Physics Conference PAVI14 for these prices.
All rooms have private baths.
Seven junior suites $99.00 per night in Annex if booked for six nights:
Four with two doubles
Three with one king

Three rooms in main building:
Two doubles: $89.00 per night if booked for six nights

Additional accommodations can be found further from town, if participants have access to a car. Visit for a listing of inns, hotels, and motels.


Kent Paschke (Co-Chair UVa)
Paul Souder (Co-Chair Syracuse U)
Dmitry Budker (Helmholtz Institute Mainz and UC Berkeley)
Kees de Jager (JLab)
Stanley Kowalski (MIT)
Krishna Kumar (UMass)
Frank Maas (Mainz-GSI)
Paul E. Reimer (ANL)
Guido Maria Urciuoli (INFN-Rome)
Willem T.H. van Oers (TRIUMF)
Ross Young  (UAdelaide)
Events Coordinator: Sandra Souder

Advisory Committee

David Armstrong (C. William & Mary)
Marie-Anne Bouchiat (Laboratoire Kastler Brossel) 
Eugene Chudakov (JLab)
Abhay Deshpande (SUNY Stony Brook)
Peter Fierlinger (T.U. Munich)
Marcello Giorgi (INFN-Pisa)
Wick C. Haxton (UC-Berkeley)
Barry R. Holstein (UMass)
J. Timothy Londergan (Indiana U)
William Marciano (BNL)
Antonio Masiero (INFN-Padova)
Hugh Montgomery (JLab)
Michael Ramsey-Musolf (UMass)
Matt Poelker (JLab)
Anthony Thomas (UAdelaide)
Marc Vanderhaeghen (UMainz)