Queen’s University campus is located in leafy south Belfast close to many restaurants, bars and shops and only a 15-20 minute way away from the city centre. The campus has well-equipped lecture rooms, cafeterias and break-out space situated around a quadrangle and benefits from McClay Library, Ulster Museum and Botanic Gardens nearby.
The conference is being held in the Peter Froggatt Centre (PFC) (no. 2 on the campus map), which is located directly behind the Lanyon Building which is centrally located within the main university site.
Belfast is about 2 hours travel from Dublin by road or rail. Hence, it is served by Dublin and Belfast International Airports and Belfast City and, consequently, is well-linked to North American and European hubs and numerous domestic (UK/EU) airports. There are also car ferries to Scotland and Wales with easy drives to the Scottish Highlands and Lowlands, Wales and to the north and west of England.
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