The meeting will be held at:
Kyoto 606-0001 Japan
The Kyoto International Conference Center (Kyoto ICC) has staged over 16,000 conferences since it opened in 1966 in this mecca of Japanese culture, as Japan's first state-sponsored international conference center.
Kyoto ICC has not only played a key role in the history of international conferences in Japan but is a flagship platform for large-scale conventions in Asia as well.
All visitors are impressed by Kyoto's 1100 years of history as the capital of Japan: 17 UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Sites are situated in a cityscape dominated by 2000 temples and shrines. Japan is renowned for its safety and the compactness of Kyoto makes for wonderful strolling during free time. From the moment of arrival at Kansai International Airport - just 75 minutes from the center - guests of Kyoto are pampered with clear multilingual signs and clean efficient transport choices.
Kyoto, Japan, has nurtured a unique culture over more than 1200 years since the glory of Heiankyo. This culture revels in beauty of the four seasons and forms the heart of Japanese hospitality. These historical buildings and places are integrated with diverse facets of culture, including tea ceremony, flower arrangement and Noh.
Travel Information can be found online at http://www.jnto.go.jp.
Airport + Shuttle Information
The Kyoto Station is located about 75 minutes by Airport Shuttle Train from Kansai International Airport and about 55 minutes by Limousine bus from Osaka (Itami) Airport.
English is part of compulsory education in Japan and many Japanese are able to understand English. The official language of the conference presentations is English.
The comprehensive Technical Program for this symposium will be available online in June 2012. It will list conferences, paper titles, and authors in order of presentation. An outline of all planned special events; and information detailing the hotel reservations process will be included.
The Kyoto ICC provides free wireless access in the lobbies of the first and second floors.
Japan's currency is the yen.
Autumn brings freshness, light breezes and cool temperatures after the hot and humid summer with day time temperatures in the mid-60s. Autumn colors paint the forests and chrysanthemums create beautiful displays of flowers in parks and gardens. Light jackets and light sweaters are recommended.
If government and/or company clearance is required to present and publish your presentation, start the process now to ensure that you receive clearance if your paper is accepted.
Visa Process and Letters of Invitation
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