Warsaw

Warsaw, the capital of Poland, is situated in the heart of the country. In Warsaw rich and difficult history fuses with vibrant and immersive modernity. Fascinating museums, beautiful parks, laid-back beach bars, events, shopping and nightlife.
You will not regret discovering Warsaw!


Getting to Warsaw is easy. Two airports (WAW and WMI) with numerous connections operated by traditional and cheap airlines. Domestic and Central European attendees can also use convenient train and bus connections.

September is a beautiful month to visit. The weather usually allows enjoying the late-summer outdoor activities.

More travel tips for Warsaw coming soon.

Conference venue

Our conference will be held at the University of Warsaw's Centre of New Technologies.

Address: Banacha 2c, 02-097 Warsaw, Poland

More information about the venue coming soon


Getting there:
Closest public transport stops
  • bus stop "Banacha-szpital" (lines: 128, 136, 175, 188, 504)
  • bus stop "Och-Teatr" (lines: 167, 191, 521)
  • tram stop "Banacha" (lines: 1, 14, 25)
  • tram stop "Och-Teatr" (lines: 1, 7, 9, 14, 15, 25)