Join us in Milan, the second largest Italian city, and the main industrial, commercial and financial centre of the country, a major world fashion and design capital. Dynamic, creative and innovative, Milan is also a historical and cultural centre: home of the Duomo cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, the castle, La Scala Opera House, and Leonardi Da Vinci’s Last Supper. Find out more about what to see and do in Milan on www.turismo.milano.it.
Milan is easy to reach by motorway. The conference venue is the Bovisa campus of Politecnico di Milano, just a few minutes from the city centre and directly connected to Malpensa airport by train.
Milan is a major railway hub. The main Italian cities are just a few hours away by high-speed trains (Milan-Rome, 2h50’). Direct connections to France, Switzerland, Germany and Austria.
Direct connections with almost all international airports in Europe at very convenient prices. Direct connections with many intercontinental cities (i.e.: Tokyo, New York, Hong Kong, Doha, Bejing, Baku, Doha, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Singapore, San Francisco, Shanghai, Beijing) and 1-stop flights with the other most important airports.
Fly to any of 3 airports (Malpensa, Linate and Bergamo-Orio).
Visas are not required for citizens of the EU, USA, EAU, Singapore, Australia and other countries.
If you need a letter of invitation for the Visa application, please contact the Organzing Committee.
Many hotels are available both near the Campus and in the centre of Milan, 15-20 minutes from the campus by Public Transport (Urban Trains and Metro), with special rates for the conference attendees. We recommend: