Below is a list of Frequently Asked Questions. If your question is not addressed below, please e-mail us and we will respond as best possible.
A: The Rocky Mountain Conference on Magnetic Resonance will take place in person for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. We don’t take for granted the opportunity to gather together and would like to provide guidance for your health and safety.
Copper Mountain falls under the jurisdiction of Summit County Public Health for public health matters. Any and all public health orders issued by Summit County Public Health, related to COVID-19, will be in place at the time of the conference.
Summit County Public Health provides valuable information on COVID-19 data, resources, policies and procedures. We encourage you to utilize this source for COVID-19 matters for your time in Copper Mountain. CLICK HERE to access Summit County Public Health COIVD-19 website.
Copper Mountain will be implementing the following additional measures at the Copper Conference Center:
Below are additional COVID-19 resource links for your travels to/from Copper Mountain:
A: This is a matter of circumstances and personal preference. Both are good options. Groups with multiple people tend to reserve condos so they can stay in the same unit, congregate in the living room area and utilize the full kitchens.
A: There are 3 airport possibilities:
Ground transportation options between Denver International Airport and Copper Mountain include:
A: Graduate and undergraduate students qualify for the “Student” rate. Student ID may be required to be presented when picking up your registration materials onsite.
A: Yes, American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa are accepted forms of credit card payment for the conference.
A: Copper Mountain is at approximately 9,700′. The acclimatization process is inhibited by dehydration, overexertion, alcohol and other depressant drugs. Click here for a helpful page about Altitude Sickness and methods you can use to minimize it.
A: Please check with the U.S. Department of State for the specific requirements for your country. We strongly suggest that you begin the process as soon as possible to avoid delays. It is the sole responsibility of the participant to obtain a travel Visa.
Upon request, conference organizers will provide a letter confirming your conference registration and participation details. In order to receive this letter, you must be registered and paid in full for the conference, and make your request no later than March 15, 2022. Due to the length of time it takes to complete the travel Visa application process, as estimated by the U.S. Department of State, letters will not be available from conference organizers after March 15, 2022.
If you meet the requirements, click here to request a letter from conference organizers to provide with your travel Visa application.
All relevant posters will be accepted provided the presenter is registered and paid in full for the conference by June 1, 2022.
If you require assistance in obtaining a travel Visa, you must request assistance from the symposium chairperson no later than March 15, 2022. After March 15, 2022 travel Visa assistance will not be available.
Poster board specifications:
Poster install and removal:
Poster production & delivery service (optional):
Laser Graphics is offering hassle-free poster production and delivery service for the Rocky Mountain Conference on Magnetic Resonance. You can send your poster file (pdf format) to be printed in advance and have it waiting for you upon your arrival at the Rocky Mountain Conference on Magnetic Resonance*. Contact Laser Graphics’ Breckenridge, Colorado location directly for dimensions, pricing, payment and additional details: