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1 2013 LASCCDCN Latin American Symposium on Cloud Computing, Data Center & Networking November 28 & 29, Puebla City, Mexico VENUE & Tours Promoting the IEEE Cloud Computing Initiative inside IEEE Latin America

2 2013 LASCCDCN 2 VENUE: Puebla City Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Puebla  Facilities  Auditorium

3 2013 LASCCDCN 3 VENUE: Puebla City Puebla City is the capital of Puebla State. It is an harmonic combination of modernity with a beautiful colonial city surrounded by pre –Hispanic cities. Its very near from Mexico city, its clime and altitude (2,200 mts.) are similar.  Puebla Valley was occupied around XV century, but nearby pre Hispanic cities were occupied 4,000 before today.  New Spain: Puebla City (Puebla de los Angeles) was founded in  Mexico: Puebla State was founded in  Puebla City is the fourth most populated city of Mexico, after DF, Guadalajara & Monterey.

4 2013 LASCCDCN 4  The picture shows the cathedral located at the historic center of Puebla City.  Also there are many colonial buildings.  Puebla has one of the best cuisines in the country The night of November 28 we will make a tour to the Historic Center of Puebla City for dinner. DAY 1 – Tour to Puebla´s Historic Center

5 2013 LASCCDCN 5  Convention Center &  Paseo de San Francisco DAY 1 – Tour to Puebla´s Historic Center

6 2013 LASCCDCN 6  Cholula City is located very near from the Historic Center of Puebla City.  Below this church a pre-Hispanic pyramid is located, the one with the largest basement in the world. You can visit exterior but also interiors caves, visiting on Sunday is free. The night of November 29 we will make a tour to Cholula City for dinner. DAY 2 – Tour to Cholula´s Pre-Hispanic City

7 2013 LASCCDCN 7 Large Millimeter Telescope - LMT (Gran Telescopio Milimétrico – GMT) The LMT is located at an elevation of 4581 m (15030 ft). It is considered a high- altitude mountain, with extreme meteorological conditions and low oxygen content. The altitude imposes an additional physical stress on the body, which not all visitors will be able tolerate. DAY 3 – Tour to LMT

8 2013 LASCCDCN 8 ATTIRE: At the site the temperature might drop to 0º C (37º F) and the ultraviolet solar radiation is very high. You are advised to bring with you a heavy coat with hood, gloves and hiking boots. Use sun-block and sun-glasses at all times, even if it is cloudy. If you are allergic to dust, consider using a mask. PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT: The LMT site is within the National Park Pico de Orizaba, a protected natural area. Altering the ecological equilibrium or damaging in any way the natural resources within the National Park is strictly forbidden and prosecuted by law. DAY 3 – Tour to LMT

9 2013 LASCCDCN 9 RESTRICTIONS The group of people more prone to experiencing problems related to high altitude are believed to be those who suffer or have suffered from cardiovascular or pulmonary conditions, children and youngsters under the age of 16 and pregnant women. This group of people is strongly advised to avoid visiting the site unless they have previously obtained medical clearance. People who have repeatedly experienced high-altitude sickness symptoms are also strongly advised to pass a medical examination before visiting the LMT site, to prevent putting their health at risk. DAY 3 – Tour to LMT

10 2013 LASCCDCN 10 CONSIDERARIONS ALTITUDE AND LACK OF OXYGEN The high-altitude of Tliltepetl imposes an oxygen concentration in the air of only 60% of that at sea level. A low oxygen concentration in the blood-flow, or hypoxia, can trigger different levels of sickness in different people, and can vary over time in an individual person. While most people visiting the LMT site will experience no discomfort, some might experience mild symptoms of “altitude sickness”, which include headaches, drowsiness, nausea, shortness of breath, reasoning impairment, dry coughing, vertigo. If these symptoms persist or intensify, please notify immediately the leader of your group. At the LMT site we have first-aid equipment, oxygen and qualified staff to assist in a medical emergency. In order to avoid altitude sickness, please follow these recommendations: Walk slowly around the LMT site and avoid any strenuous movements. Eat lightly before ascending to the site, and stay well hydrated by drinking constantly small quantities of water during the visit. Avoid drinking alcoholic beverages the night before. Do not smoke before and during the visit in order to enhance the oxygen concentration in your blood. Smoking is forbidden inside the LMT building. DAY 3 – Tour to LMT

11 2013 LASCCDCN 11 Loreto & Guadalupe Forts Where May 5, 1862 battle And non intervention museum Museums In Puebla Planetary & museum of Sciences

12 2013 LASCCDCN 12 Palafoxian Library Museums In Puebla Mexican Railways National Museum

13 2013 LASCCDCN 13 Africam Safari

14 2013 LASCCDCN 14 Angelopolis

15 2013 LASCCDCN José-Ignacio Castillo-Velázquez 15 CONTACT & Information General Chairs José-Ignacio Castillo-Velázquez / IEEE Latin America Alberto Oliart Ros / Puebla Section

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