The workshop will be hosted at the Department of Computing located inside the South Kensington Campus at Imperial College London, 180 Queen's Gate, London SW7 2AZ. The workshop programme will take place in Lecture Theatre 311. Breaks will be held on the corridors in front of the lecture theatre and lunch will be served in Room 344.
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Located in the center of London, South Kensignton Campus is well served by a public transport.
From Heathrow Airport Take the Underground train (Piccadilly Line) to either South Kensington or Gloucester Road stations (approximately 50 minutes journey time).
From Gatwick Airport Take a British Rail train to Victoria station (journey time 40 minutes) and then by Underground train (Circle or District Line - westbound) to either South Kensington or Gloucester Road stations (approximately 5 minutes journey time).
Both airports are some distance from central London and a taxi is not recommended for the whole journey. If you do choose to take a taxi you are advised to establish the cost before you get in.
By Underground (Metro)
Travel to either South Kensington or Gloucester Road stations, which are on the Piccadilly, Circle and District lines.
The London Underground is the most convenient way of getting to South Kensington Campus by public transport, and to and from the airports, main-line train stations etc. Unless your journey is one-off you are strongly advised to purchase an Oyster Card, which is a pre-pay card that you can use on all London underground and overground trains and buses. An Oyster Card avoids the need to queue for tickets and dramatically reduces the cost of each journey. You can obtain an Oyster Card in advance or can purchase one at most underground stations.
The following buses stop near the South Kensington Campus:
- Royal Albert Hall: 9,10 or 52
- Victoria and Albert Museum: 74 or 14
- Gloucester Road: 49
- South Kensington: 345, 430, 45A or C1
- Queen's Gate: 70 or 360
- Prince Consort Road: 9A
For a more detailed location of bus stops here is the Transport for London bus map.
From South Kensington station either follow the subway signposted to the museums or walk north up Exhibition Road. The main entrance to the College is just past the Science Museum. To get to the Huxley Building from here go through the main entrance and follow the elevated walkway to the far end; this enters the building on level 3. From Gloucester Road station walk north up Gloucester Road and turn right at Queen‘s Gate Terrace; the entrance to the Department is opposite the end of Queen’s Gate Terrace, on Queen's Gate itself. Both stations are about a five-minute walk from the campus.