Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science

September 20-21 2016

University College Dublin

Attending AICS 2016

Venue: AICS will take place in the new Science Centre East (O'Brien Centre) on the UCD Belfield Campus. A map of the UCD campus is here. The Science Centre is located overlooking the UCD lake, a short walk from the main N11 entrance. The main conference sessions will be held in the Moore Auditorium on the Ground Floor of the building, on the left-hand side of the main foyer, beside the elevators. Coffee breaks and lunch on Tuesday will take place in the Ground Floor Atrium, beside the lecture hall. The poster session and coffee break on Wednesday will take place in the open foyer area of the 4th Floor of the building.

Transport: Information on how to get to UCD is here. The easiest way to reach the Belfield campus from Dublin city centre is by public transport. The 46A, 145, and 39A bus routes all stop near the N11 entrance. Please note that UCD operates a parking permit system and public parking during September will be extremely limited.

Accomodation: The following local hotels are convenient for UCD Belfield — Radisson Blu St. Helen's Hotel, Talbot Hotel Stillorgan, and the Tara Towers Hotel.

Conference Dinner: The conference dinner will take place on the evening of Tuesday 20th September from 7pm at the O'Callaghan Alexander Hotel on Fenian Street, near the north end of Merrion Square in Dublin city centre. From the UCD N11 entrance, take the 46A or 145 bus to St. Stephens Green. The hotel is 5 minutes walk from there.

Registration

Registration for AICS 2016 is now open. Registration is managed by the online UCD Booking Centre system, accessible below. Please note that at least one author for each accepted conference paper must register. Registration covers the main sessions of the conference and the conference dinner.

Map of UCD