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The 23rd Annual Conference

University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

8-10 September 2011

Conference Programme 2011

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General Information

Glasgow City ChambersPhotos courtesy of Glasgow City Marketing BureauThe main work of the conference takes place in panels with four sessions on Friday and Saturday mornings. There will also be two keynote lectures on the first and second evenings, a round table session early Thursday evening and a plenary session on Friday afternoon. The Annual General Meeting will be held during the conference. On Friday 9 September the keynote lecture and conference dinner will be held at Glasgow City Chambers.

More information about Glasgow is available on the See Glasgow website.

University of Strathclyde

The University of Strathclyde’s John Anderson campus is located in the centre of Glasgow. Glasgow Travel Information

The conference will take place in the Graham Hills Building (Richmond Street entrance)

Getting to Strathclyde

General information on getting to Strathclyde.

Driving: http://www.strath.ac.uk/visiting/gettingtostrathclyde/driving/

Trains or Coach: http://www.strath.ac.uk/visiting/gettingtostrathclyde/bytrainorcoach/

By Air: Getting into Glasgow from the airports:

From Glasgow International Airport, it's 15-20 minutes’ drive into the city - and there are regular airport buses. Service 500 (airport's official Glasgow Shuttle)

Prestwick International Airport is around 30 miles from the city centre and has its own train station with trains running to Glasgow Central Station every half hour and taking approximately 45 minutes.

Parking in the city centre

There are plenty of car parks throughout Glasgow city centre ranging in price depending on location and security. The National Car Park in Montrose Street is closest to the John Anderson Campus and the Buchanan Galleries multi-storey car park is just a 10 minute walk away.

Accommodation

Accommodation, based in the University’s John Anderson Campus, is available and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Alternatively you can book into one of the hotels near the University of Strathclyde.

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