The conference will take place in Kraków, the former capital of Poland, a fascinating city of culture and science, regarded as one of the most beautiful places in Central Europe.
Kraków with the population of about 800 000 is resilient centre of scientific, economic and social life. The city owes its renown not only to the impressive historical heritage but also a potential of educated and creative people.
Almost 180 000 students attend the 24 academies and universities in Kraków. The city maintained its original urban layout with the largest European Medieval square. In 1978 the Kraków centre has been inscribed on UNESCO's First List of the World Cultural Heritage list.
The conference opening followed by plenary session will take place in the AGH University of Science and Technology. All remaining sessions will take place in the Hotel Galaxy.
AGH University of Science and Technology
Al. Mickiewicza 30
Gęsia street 22a
More information about Kraków is available at the website http://www.krakow.pl/en/