Workshop Venue:The City of Cambridge is famous throughout the world for its University and colleges, retaining the ambience of an historic medieval town, while remaining a hotbed for some of the most recent scientific developments. It uniquely offers a combination of ancient heritage and modern facilities.
Centre for Mathematical Sciences
The workshop is to be held in the Centre for Mathematical Sciences which houses the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. The address is:
On arrival at the CMS site, please report to reception in the main central core (pictured right). To pinpoint the geographical location of the CMS within Cambridge, please refer to the local area maps below. You should approach the site on foot from a walkway that meets Clarkson Road next to the Isaac Newton Institute. Enter the main CMS courtyard through a gatehouse on the left as you proceed along the pathway and the central core will be directly in front of you.
Accommodation information:Conference participants will be housed in Robinson College located on Grange Road in West Cambridge within five minutes walking distance of the Centre for Mathematical Sciences. Robinson College, founded in 1981, is a modern college in a pleasant setting with good facilities and it has some notable gardens. Participants will be accommodated in single study bedrooms with ensuite facilities.
On arrival, please report to the Porters Lodge which is located within the college gatehouse (shown left). Please note that accommodation is not available on the evening of Saturday 22nd April because of the imminent start of Cambridge Easter term.The accommodation address is:
Participants wishing to arrange alternative accommodation can find further information about hotels and bed & breakfasts in Cambridge at the Cambridge city website.
Local area maps:
Overview map of Cambridge
Local map of CMS site and nearby colleges
To get between the CMS and your accommodation at Robinson College (lower on Grange Road) follow the blue arrows marked on this map. Further detailed maps are available on the the DAMTP website here or for a wider view at the University of Cambridge website here.
Please follow this link for further travel information.