The CSCS24 conference is scheduled to be held in Bucharest, Romania’s largest city and the capital. Known for its wide, tree-lined boulevards, glorious Belle Epoque buildings, and a reputation for the high life (which in the 1900s earned its nickname of “Little Paris”), Bucharest is today a bustling metropolis.
The location of the CSCS24 is marked on the map.
Access to the Conference Site
The Conferences site can be accessed by the following means of transportation:
- By underground – The Conference site is a 5 minutes walk from POLITEHNICA underground station (Line M3)
- By bus – Nos. 136, 236, 336 (UPB Stop)
- By trolley bus – Nos. 61, 62 (UPB Stop)
- By car – There are free and ample parking facilities in the immediate vicinity of the Conferences site. The entrance to the UPB Campus is not free. The paid tax is 10 lei (around 2 Euros).
Conference Proceedings and Language
The conference proceedings, containing all accepted papers, will be available on CDs and distributed to all registered participants. All presented papers during the conference will be evaluated for future publications in a special book. The working language of CSCS23 is English and will be used for presentations and discussions.
Refreshments and Lunches
Refreshments will be available at the Conference site daily during the coffee breaks. Self-lunches will be available for all registered participants on the Conference site.
The weather in Bucharest is warm in May. Temperatures between 15oC to 25oC are to be expected.
The organizers cannot be held liable for accidents to participants or for damage to or loss of their personal property, howsoever caused. Participants are advised to make their own insurance arrangements.
Internet access will be free of charge for all participants. The wireless connection will be available in the conference rooms and in the conference’s main hall. The information about internet access will be available at the registration desk.
Important information about Bucharest: