Travel Information

Known for its wide boulevards, spectacular buildings and a reputation for the high life (which in the 1900s earned its nickname of "Little Paris"), Bucharest is the Romania's largest city and capital. Bucharest has an eclectic architecture, which provides a mixture of medieval, neoclassical and Art Nouveau buildings, or more recently built skyscrapers and office buildings.

In June, the average maximum temperature of Bucharest may rise up to 27°C (80°F), while the average minimum temperature can be as low as 14°C (57°F). The average rainfall falls across 12 days during the month and the relative humidity is above 60%.

The Romanian currency is the Leu (plural Lei, international code: RON). Credit and debit cards are accepted at many restaurants, shops, hotels and ATMs. See the exchange rates at these search results.

The electricity supply in Romania is 220 V AC (50 Hz). The most commonly used plug are the Type F (Schuko) or the Type C (Europlug), see this website.

Read more | Updated November 26, 2014

Transportation

There are non-stop flights to Bucharest from most major European cities and in the Middle-East and connecting flights from the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Most international flights arrive at Henri Coanda (Otopeni) Airport.

Airport facilities include ATM, currency exchange office, Taxi Desk and car rental. The airport is connected with the city center by official taxis and express buses.

Bucharest's main train station - Gara de Nord - is a major rail centre with daily connections from/to cities throughout Europe and main cities in Romania. There are daily trains from/to Athens, Belgrade, Budapest, Istanbul, Kiev, Moscow, Prague, Sofia, and Vienna. Trains from/to Western European cities run via Budapest.

Bucharest's public transportation network includes: bus (autobuz), tram (tramvai), trolley bus (troilebuz), subway (metrou) and taxi companies.

Read more | Published November 25, 2014

Accommodation

Bucharest has a full range of accommodation facilities, at different rates and standards. The conference venue is downtown, so we reccomend you to book the accommodation in the center area.

A list of hotels at special rates for CiE 2015 participants is available here. Participants wanting to benefit from the special rates have to make their reservations prior to the deadlines specified for each hotel. Some university dormitory rooms are available for students attending the conference.

Read more | Updated May 10, 2015

Visas

Citizens of virtually all European countries, as well as Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, New Zealand and the USA, do not require visas to visit Romania for short-stays (up to 90 days). For citizens from other countries, visas are issued at Romanian consulates. The bearers of a visa with 2 or multiple entries, a long-term visa or a residence permit issued by Schengen Member States shall no longer be required to hold a short-stay visa.

If you need an official invitation to get the visa, please contact the conference organisers well in advance.

Read more | Published November 25, 2014

About

CiE 2015: Evolving Computability
Bucharest, Romania: 29 June to 3 July 2015

Organizers: Radu Gramatovici (Bucharest), Liviu Marin (Bucharest)
Programme Committee Chairs: Victor Mitrana (Bucharest), Mariya Soskova (Sofia)
Tutorial Speakers: John Reif (Duke Unversity), Steve Simpson (Pennsylvania State University)
Invited Speakers: Ann Copestake (University of Cambridge), Mircea Dumitru (University of Bucharest), Pawel Gawrychowski (University of Warsaw), Julia Knight (University of Notre Dame), Anca Muscholl (Université Bordeaux), Gheorghe Paun (Romanian Academy), Alexander Razborov (University of Chicago and Steklov Mathematical Institute), Vlatko Vedral (University of Oxford)

Conference Series

Computability in Europe

The conference series Computability in Europe started with CiE 2005. Since 2008 it is the conference series of the Association Computability in Europe.
The series is coordinated by the CiE Conference Series Steering Committee:

Arnold Beckmann (Swansea, chair, 2005-2017)
Laurent Bienvenu (Paris, 2012-2016)
Alessandra Carbone (Paris, 2014-2018)
Barry Cooper (Leeds, president of the Association CiE)
Natasha Jonoska (Tampa FL, 2011-2015)
Benedikt Löwe (Amsterdam, 2005-2017)
Florin Manea (Kiel, 2013-2017)
Dag Normann (Oslo, treasurer of the Association CiE)
Mariya Soskova (Sofia, 2012-2016)
Susan Stepney (York, 2013-2017)

Contact

CiE 2015 is organised by the Faculty of Mathemics and Computer Science of the University of Bucharest.

University of Bucharest Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Phone: +40213142863
Fax: +40213156990
Address: 14 Academiei St., RO-010014, Bucuresti, Romania
E-mail: cie2015@fmi.unibuc.ro

Sponsors

For the list of sponsors, visit this page.