The conference will be held at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland. The Faculty offers comfortable facilities to house a conference and support research activities, i.e. it has a sufficient number of rooms equipped with computers and video projectors as well as blackboards, convenient common space, and a library providing access to many scientific journals and services. Overhead projectors are also available upon request. For more details we refer to the Faculty website. You are also welcome to take the virtual tour.
The Faculty is located in the quiet green area of the Morasko campus of Adam Mickiewicz University in the northern part of Poznań. It is accessible by tram/bus (see below) or car, and there are parking places available nearby.
You can easily access the Morasko Campus by taking the fast tram no. 12, 14, 15 or 16 from many location in the city centre. For example:
For your convenience we have prepared navigation links for the most common routes that you might be taking, using the journey planner JakDojade.pl (for public transport) and Google maps (for driving):
Here is also the official Poznań public transport website. Alternatively, you might want to use the well-developed network of the public bike service. For more practical information we refer to Poland's Official Travel Website and Poznań Travel Website.
Poznań's Ławica airport (code POZ) is located near the city centre. It is served by regular as well as low-cost carriers. To see all connections please visit the Ławica website.
When you arrive at the airport you can either take a taxi or use public transport (city bus) to get to the city centre. There are bus stops right in front of the passenger terminal and in its close vicinity. Currently two bus lines run between the airport and city centre (where to buy a ticket):
Poznań main railway station (Poznań Główny) is located in the city centre. There are regular direct connections to the main Polish and several European cities. The timetable is given here. (Type "Poznań Główny" or "Poznan Glowny" for the Poznan main railway station)
Poznań is located in the west part of Poland, half-way between Berlin and Warsaw. It is easily accessible by car. The city is connected to the European motorways network via the A2 motorway. Notice that most motorways in Poland are paid.
Poznań gives you a wide choice of accommodation options in every price category. You can stay in a large hotel of a renowned chain in the city centre, or in a quiet hotel, beautifully situated farther from the downtown area. Here is the official guide to Poznań accommodation and lodging.
We have pre-booked a limited number of rooms at a discounted price in the Palazzo Rosso hotel, as well as budget-friendly university guest rooms and student hostel rooms. You will receive contact details for making the reservation as well as discount codes upon registration. Please make a reservation well in advance, preferably *by the end of May*, as the rooms may become unavailable after that time.
Palazzo Rosso Hotel is located in the centre of the Poznań Old Town, in the neighbourhood of the Old Market Square and the sixteenth century Renaissance Town Hall. It is almost opposite to the Baroque Collegiate Basilica. This is also the place where the invited speakers will reside.
There is a tram stop (Wrocławska) within 150m from the hotel, with a good connection to the conference venue. The closest parking lots are marked with red circles on the hotel website.
The special prices for conference participants are as follows:
The University guest house DS Jowita is located in the city center, close to the main railway station, in the direct vicinity of the Kaponiera Roundabout. It has a very good connection to the conference venue via the fast tram.
The hotel offers accommodation in guest rooms (of a higher standard) and student's rooms (lower standard and lower cost). Every room has a private bathroom, cable internet access and Wi-FI via Eduroam. The 24h reception accepts payments by cash and by credit card.
The prices are as follows:
The prices are as follows:
People may have different needs. While we cannot foresee them all, we can try to address those that you tell us about. Do you need some special local info, e. g., about medical assistance? Or maybe you are a nursing mother who needs a quiet room on the side to attend to your baby's needs? Please, tell us in the comment box when registering. We are also glad to answer e-mail queries (at firstname.lastname@example.org)
The deadline for the early payment of the registration fee is there for logistic reasons, but we do not want that to be an obstacle to your attendance. We have already shifted the deadline, but if you still cannot meet it, please let us know by e-mail. Moreover, if the normal registration fee (which is calculated as the sum of expenses we expect to have per participant) is too high and impossible to pay for you, please contact us, too. Using some funding that we have received we should be able to reduce the fee to the amount specified for PhD students. We cannot reduce it for everyone, so please only do it if you really cannot afford the normal fee!