When and where?
The conference will take place from 17th to 24th June 2018 in the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, Poland.
Registration and deadlines
The registration is open till May 31, 2018. To register fill in an interactive form on this web site, then activate your accound via a link from a confirmation email and wait for an acceptance from the organizers. Once your participation is accepted, you may submit proposals of your contribution. We wait for abstracts till April 12, 2018. The contributed talks and posters will be selected by the Scientific Committee within April 30, 2018.
Thanks to the support form the Banach Center, the Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw and the Center for Theoretical Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences, participation in the conference is free of charge. The participants are kindly requested to cover their travel and lodging expenses from their own sources.
Invited speakers will be accommodated in the guest rooms of the Institute. Other participants are kindly requested to find lodging on their own. In case if any assistance is needed, please contact Paweł Nurowski from the Organizing Committee.
Practical information about Poland
We encourage you to visit the official promotional website of the Republic of Poland. Some basic information are presented below.
Money and shopping
Polish currency is the zloty (zł, PLN), which is divided into 100 groszy (1 zł = 100 gr). Banknotes and coins used in Poland can be found here.
You can change money in numerous bureaux de change or in banks. Currency exchange points are usually located in city centres, at railway stations, airports, etc. 1 EUR is approximately 4.2 PLN, 1 USD approximately 3,3 PLN (February 2018).
Debit and credit cards (Mastercard, Maestro, Visa, Visa Electron) are widely accepted. There should be no problem when paying by card in supermarkets, at filling stations, in restaurants or hotels. Only in newsagent’s kiosks, local shops and sometimes railway stations(!) you will need to have cash. Cash machines are numerous in bigger cities.
Travel and visas
Poland is a member of the Schengen zone, hence you do not need a visa when travelling from another Schengen-zone county. Citizens from other countries may need a visa. The precise regulations can be found on the web page of Poland's missions abroad.
In case of any questions please contact lorentzian9[at]impan.pl or directly one of the members of the Organizing Committee.