Venue – Jagiellonian University
The conference venue is in the city of Cracow, a city at the southern part of Poland, one of the European Capitals of Science, Culture and Tourism.
The conference and the workshop will be held at the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics of Jagiellonian University. The building of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science was inaugurated in August 2008. It is located on the grounds of the 600th-anniversary Renewal Campus of the Jagiellonian University on Professor Stanisław Łojasiewicz Street – this name was given upon the initiative of the council of the Mathematics Institute and the students of the Mathematics Institute at the Jagiellonian University.
In the computational realm, the faculty shines in Analytical Computer Science, developing practical algorithms, and Computational Mathematics, which focuses on the rigorous analysis of dynamical systems. Collaborations extend to globally top-ranked institutions, with scholars from the faculty frequently exchanging knowledge with counterparts from esteemed universities such as Princeton, Paris 6, and Georgia Institute of Technology.
Celebrated for its academic achievements, the faculty’s students have clinched medals in ACM International Collegiate Programming Contests and triumphed in the International Mathematics Competition for University Students. This institution is a beacon of mathematical and computational brilliance, shaping the future of the field.
The conference will take place on the ground floor and the first floor, in rooms marked on the floor plans with red and yellow circles.
Prof. S. Łojasiewicza 6, 30-348 Kraków