Longevity Design Challenge 2024:
Designing for Life Transitions

Tuesday, April 9, 2024 | 9 AM PT – 3 PM PT

Details and Logistics


Li Ka Shing Learning & Knowledge Center | Berg Hall C
291 Campus Drive
Stanford, CA 94305

Driving and Parking Directions

From Highway 280 North or South:
• Take the Sand Hill Road exit, head east
• Turn right on Stock Farm Road
• Go past Oak Road
• Make the next left‐hand turn into Stock Farm Lot

From Bayshore US Highway 101 North or South:
• Take the Embarcadero Road/West exit
• Follow Embarcadero Road for about two miles
• Cross El Camino Real, after which the road becomes Galvez St.
• Turn right at Arboretum Road
• Turn left on Sand Hill Road
• Turn left on Stock Farm Road
• Go past Oak Road
• Make the next left‐hand turn into Stock Farm Lot

Visit Stanford Visitor parking to pay for a parking permit, or use the ParkMobile app.

Walking to LKSC from the Parking Structure (10 minute walk):

  • After parking, go to the South‐East corner of the parking lot (you’ll see the Hoover Tower in the distance).
  • Take the elevator down to street level and make two rights, or take the stairs down to the street level and make a right.
  • Turn left at the white fire hydrant and walk across the parking lotMake a right when you get to Welch Road.
  • Make a left and cross the street at the corner\
  • Follow the path and the LKSC Event signs
  • Turn left at the first palm tree
  • Walk up the stairs of the Li Ka Shing Center, 291 Campus Drive, Stanford
  • The Conference Center is located on the 2nd Floor.
    (An elevator is available if you enter on the first floor.)

Hotel Booking


We will provide lunch on the day of the conference. For dinner options, see the below list of recommended local restaurants:

COVID Protocols

We will be following all Stanford University rules governing on-campus events. You can find those rules here, but please note that these rules are subject to change by the university based upon local health conditions.


Please direct any initial logistical questions to concerns to:

Marie Conley-Smith
[email protected]
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