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About Wroclaw

Wroclaw is the fourth largest city in Poland and the largest one in the west of the country. City is inhabited by over 630 thousand of citizens. As the largest city of the Lower Silesia, it is its administrative, economic and cultural capital. The history of the city is over a thousand years old, and the heritage of the past combines with the modernity of the business centre. Multicultural, open to new ideas and challenges, the city is famous for its hospitality, and its cultural and scientific life fascinates and attracts. The unusual history of Wroclaw, constantly enriched by prestigious scientific and cultural events guarantee that everyone who comes here will certainly see and experience something interesting, regardless of whether they spend several hours or several days here. The centre of Wroclaw is navigable on foot, but the city has an excellent public transport system for access to suburbs. Wroclaw has many historical monuments. The Cathedral Island (Ostrow Tumski in Polish) is the oldest part of city. There are gothic St. John the Baptist Cathedral and the Holy Cross Church. There is also the Archdiocesan Museum - the oldest museum in Wroclaw. You can find there the 13th century Henrykowska Book with the first sentence written in Polish. Inside the former seat of the city authorities - the Town Hall - there is the Museum of Townspeople's Art where you can see permanent and temporary exhibitions. Is also worth to see collections of the Museum of Medal Engraving Art in the Under the Golden Sun tenement.

About Wroclaw University of Technology

The mission of our University is to shape the creative and critical personalities of students and define the directions of development in science and technology. The education offered at our institution is strongly linked with scientific research and the needs of economy and is consistent with standards of the European Higher Education Area. The degrees awarded by Wroclaw University of Technology are a symbol of high quality of education, confirmed by the National Accreditation Committee and the Accreditation Committee of Universities of Technology. Today, it belongs to the best technical universities in Poland - over 34 000 students study here under the guidance of 2 000 academic teachers, at the 12 faculties, as well as in the 3 regional branches (Jelenia Gora, Legnica, Walbrzych). It rates high in the annual rankings of Polish universities. In this way, owing to the Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw appears as the capital of Polish computer science. The high level of research carried out, matching the world's best, and the well-equipped laboratories result in a wide co-operation with Polish and international companies.

Location of Congress

Venue: Wroclaw University of Technology, ul. Janiszewskiego 8, 50-372 Wroclaw
03.09.2015 Conference: building Technopolis (C-16) room D2.1
02.09. 2015 CD meeting & 05.09.2015 FITCE General Assembly: building D.20 room 114

Hotel Information

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Transport Information:
If you will traveling by train from Warsaw to Wroclaw:
From Chopin Airport to Warsaw Central Railway Station by train or bus 175 and from Warsaw Central Railway Station by train to Wroclaw Glowny

Train ticket:


ul. Kaliska 11 lok. 406 02-316 Warszawa

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Bank account number PL39124062181978001044268955

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