|Abstract submission deadline||28 February 2019|
|Abstract notifications||10 March 2019|
|Early registration||payment received by 15 November 2018|
|Regular registration||payment received by 15 March 2019|
|Late registration||payment received by 20 May 2019|
|if payment received by||regular participant||students and residents under 30 years old||accompanying persons|
|Early||15 November 2018||290||270||150|
|Regular||15 March 2019||440||375||150|
|Late||20 May 2019||580||490||150|
Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is Warsaw’s main airport. It lies 10km from the city centre and handles most domestic and international flights. The other international airport is the Warsaw Modlin Airport, located about 35 km from Warsaw, used for low-cost traffic.
Temperatures in Warsaw in May range between 15 and 20oC (59-68°F), with possible showers.
Warsaw has numerous accommodations ranging from budget hostels to five-star hotels.
Warsaw has been the capital of Poland for 400 years and has numerous historical sites and interesting museum to show for it. The city is the jumble of diverse architecture: Gothic, Classicist, modernist, communist concrete, modern glass and steel. This fascinating collection of landmarks is the result of its’ tumultuous history, including the nearly total destruction at the end of WW II. To learn more about Warsaw’s complex history, go for a walk across the restored Old Town or visit one of Warsaw’s excellent museums such as the Warsaw Uprising Museum or POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, both located within a 3km radius from the conference venue.
When you tire of history, Warsaw’s restaurant and entertainment scene is the best in Poland. You can take your choice of good and affordable restaurants, or lively clubs and cocktail bars.