InnoWave 2012

Innovations in Wave Modelling
3-7 Sept 2012 - Nottingham

Event Location

Location

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University of Nottingham, University Park Campus

School of Mathematical Sciences, Nottingham (building no. 20 on the campus map)

Venue Details

University Park is The University of Nottingham’s largest campus at 300 acres. Part of the University since 1929, the campus is widely regarded as one of the largest and most attractive in the country.

Set in extensive greenery and around a lake, University Park is the focus of life for students, staff and visitors. Conveniently located only two miles from the city centre, the campus contains: Illustration

  • period buildings
  • modern state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities
  • 12 halls of residence (accommodating over 3,000 students)
  • several award-winning buildings
  • sports facilities
  • the Lakeside Arts Centre

The campus has been a Civic Trust Green Flag Award Winner every year since 2003 – the only university campus to achieve this status.

Getting here

Maps and directions to the University Park Campus

The University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham NG7 2RD
United Kingdom

email: InnoWave2012@nottingham.ac.uk

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Accommodation

We have organised accommodation for everybody in Hugh Stewart Hall. The hall will provide breakfast for residents as well as lunch and dinner for the conference participants. It is locatated in a few minutes walking distance to the School of Mathematical Sciences building where the talks take place. On the campus map it is just above building 16.

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Internet Access

The University of Nottingham (UoN) provides visitors with free access to UoN-guest wireless. Detailed information will be provided at registration or can be found online.

Cash Mashines

Cash Mashines are available in five minutes walking distance to the conference place. In Portland Building there is a NatWest and a Santander bank with cash machines. Theses banks do not charge you any fees on VISA withdrawing. However, your bank might charge you a fee. Ask your bank about the conditions, especially when you come from outside the UK.

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