KI-Net Conference "Collective Behavior: Macroscopic versus Kinetic Description" - Local Web Page
Conference Dates: May 19-23 2014
Conference Venue: Imperial College London, Dep. of Mathematics, Room 144, Huxley Building, 180 Queen's Gate, London SW7 2AZ
There are plenty of hotel options in the South Kensington area with close proximity to Imperial College, which we try to summarize in the following. We kindly ask all speakers and participants to arrange for their own accommodation for their visit to London. We highly recommend you to use the Imperial College Reservation Service to book your accommodation during your stay, as you will benefit from pre-negotiated discounted room rates for a number of mostly 4* hotels. We recommend the following hotels:
How to book with Imperial Reservations: You can book through Imperial Reservations by filling the booking form HERE. Room categories other than the one advertised on their website are also available upon request. Upon a booking request, Imperial College Reservations will contact you to advance with the booking procedure. If you are a speaker please mention the booking reference found in your invitation letter. An advance payment is not needed, but a credit card number is required to secure the booking. You may cancel/modify any booking free of charge and subject to availability up to two days in advance. You will pay directly to the hotel upon arrival. Please note, that Imperial Reservations is a service offered by Imperial College to all its academic visitors and as such independent of the workshop organizers.
We strongly encourage you to arrange your accommodation immediately, as May is a peak season for hotels in London.
London Shared Cycle Hire: http://www.tfl.gov.uk/roadusers/cycling/14808.aspx
Conference Dinner, Coffee Breaks and Local Activities
Information will be provided to all participants well ahead of the conference. The conference schedule will include one free afternoon and a conference banquet already included in the registration fee.
Young-Pil Choi, Yanghong Huang, Stephan Martin