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The conference will be held in a building complex of the Warsaw University of Technology (Politechnika Waszawska). Most of the conference events take place at the Central University Campus, in the Main Building of the University. The Registration Desk is located in room 206. It is open from 9.00 to 18:00 on Wednesday, 8.00 to 18.10 on Thursday and Friday, 8.00 to 16.35 on Saturday. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask our staff there. The conference participants are encouraged to use the cloak-room that is reserved in the Lobby. However if you have bags or packages they will not be accepted there. You are advised to use room 206 for that purpose.


The origins of Warsaw University of Technology date back to 1826 when engineering education at university level was begun in Warsaw. Warsaw University of Technology is the largest academic school of technology in Poland, employing 2.000 professors. The number of students is 30.000, most of them study full-time. There are 17 faculties covering almost all fields of science and technology. All of them are situated in Warsaw except for one in the city Plock. For more information, please visit the official site of the university.

Warsaw is the capital of the country, the biggest city in Poland and the large urban centre. Situated in the Mazowieckie province, in east-central Poland, the city spans the Wisla (Vistula River), which uniquely preserves a lot from its natural green beauty right in the city centre. Emerging like a phoenix from the ashes of World War II, Warsaw is essentially a postwar city. However many historic precincts have been meticulously reconstructed, but most of its urban landscape is modern, from the originally monumental buildings remembering the communist period to the creative efforts of most recent time. The main tourist boulevard called the Royal Route runs from the Old Town, a unique complete reconstruction, past noble palaces and many old churches, that survived the war, royal gardens of Lazienki Park, before reaching Wilanow Palace already in the outskirts. This is one of Europe's grandest stretches of road, with many fashionable shops, pleasant cafes, art galleries and remarkable museums. Many restaurants here are a good chance to try Polish food, rather hearty and filling, with its favorite dishes including bigos (sauerkraut and meat) and barszcz (beetroot soup). The nightlife scene is equally rich in taste, with the city's clued-up and adventurous youth flocking to the countless bars and clubs which buzz after dark. In the peak tourist season, from April to October, when the weather is pleasant, there are also many outdoor cultural events. For more information about Warsaw visit, and definitely visit Warsaw to try it out by yourself.

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