EUROPEAN WOLFRAM TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE 2018 14-15 June 2018| 9-6pm| Oxford

Thank you to all the participants and speakers for making the 2018 European Wolfram Technology Conference a success.

Important Dates

21 December: Call for submissions opens

21 December: Registration opens—Early Bird discount applies

30 March: Early Bird discount ends

6 April: Call for submissions closes

20 April: Talk acceptance notification

8 June: Registration closes

Location & Accommodation

Conference Location

Lady Margaret Hall is a college in Oxford, England. It is located in tranquil North Oxford, a leafy Victorian suburb with wide streets, splendid Gothic houses and mature trees.

Lady Margaret Hall
Norham Gardens
Oxford
OX2 6QA
United Kingdom

Conference Networking and Dinner

The Principal Oxford Spires Hotel
Abingdon Rd
Oxford
OX1 4PS
United Kingdom

Accommodation

Here is a list of nearby hotels in the area:

Macdonald Randolph Hotel
Cotswold Lodge Hotel
Jurys Inn
Old Parsonage Hotel
Royal Oxford Hotel
The Head of the River

To see availability at all other hotels in central Oxford, visit Oxford hotels on booking.com.

Travel Information

Getting to the Venue

From Oxford Railway Station
Oxford railway station is located 1.4 miles from the college site. This is an approximately 5-minute cycle ride or 15-minute walk. Alternatively, a taxi should cost around £10.

By Bus
Oxford's central bus station is located at Gloucester Green, George Street, and facilitates local and national services, including National Express and Stagecoach.

The Oxford Tube and X90 both offer a direct, frequent coach link to Central London.

If you are travelling internationally, the airline operates throughout the day and night, linking Oxford with Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.

By Car & Park and Ride
If you are travelling to Oxford by car, details of the recommended routes and estimated distances can be found here.

Parking within Oxford is limited; if you are travelling to Oxford by car, you can use one of Oxford's five park and ride sites located around the city's ring road.

From the north: Water Eaton or Pear Tree—accessed from A40, A34 and M40

M40 Junction 8 (east/south direction): Thornhill—London Road (A40)

From the south: Redbridge—located off the A34

From the west: Seacourt—located off the A420

Details including timings, prices and stops for all park and ride locations can be found here.