Workshop

EuHIT School on Turbulence

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Warsaw, Poland

Venue

School will be conducted  on the premises of the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, Ochota campus (Pasteura Street 5)

The venue is located ca. 20 minutes (by bus) from Chopin Airport, 20 minutes (by tram) from Central Railway Station and 30 minutes (by bus or tram) from the city centre and touristic districts.

See the map below for the idea of location:

Travel

How to get to Warsaw: 

Airplane 

Warsaw Chopin Airport is the largest airport in Poland and the main one in Warsaw. It is conviniently located 20 minutes by bus from conference venue and around 30 minuts from hotel.

Another possibility is Warsaw Modlin Airport, which is an airport for a low-cost Ryanair carrier. It is located about 36 km north-west from the center of Warsaw.

 

Railway

The main railway station in Warsaw receiving international and long haul domestic traffic is Warszawa Centralna (Central Railway Station). It is located in the city center about 3.5 km north-east from the Conference Venue.

 

How to get to the School Venue:

Faculty of Physics is very well connected. It can be reached by bus or tram.

 

How to get to accommodation place:

Accomodation is in Hotel Ibiz Budget "Reduta", ul. Bitwy Warszawskiej 1920, no. 16 close to the bus stop "Szczęśliwicka".

From airport take bus 175 or 188, then at the bus stop "Uniwersytet Medyczny 02" change the bus to 136. Get off the bus at the bus stop "Szczęśliwicka" (when bus turn left at Banacha street you see buiding of Ochota Campus, where school venue is located).

 

 

 

Accommodation - Ibiz Budget "Reduta"

We provide participants with the accommodation in the hotel Ibis Budget "Reduta" located within 15 minutes walking distance from the venue.

Hotel address: ul Bitwy Warszawskiej 16, 02-366  WARSAW 

Hotel is located approximately 30 minutes from the airport, 20 minutes from Central Railway Station (10 minutes from West Railway Station), around 30 minutes from city center.

Hotel is located close to the bus stop "Szczęśliwicka" (buses 136, 167, 186, 191, 414 and night buses N01 and N43). 

 

Shared twin rooms are simply furnished and contain amenities such as free Wi-Fi, air-condition, television, a shower, a basin and a toilet. Note that shower is available directly from room not from toilet ! 

Breakfast is included.

The same hotel is default for the participants of the European Postgraduate Fluid Dynamics Conference.

The accommodation is provided for the following nights:

  • 3-4 July
  • 4-5 July
  • 5-6 July

Note: Unless you are registered and confirmed participant of the the European Postgraduate Fluid Dynamics Conference we do not offer you accomodation for 6-7 July. 

Warsaw - how to navigate through the city

Remember that  Warsaw is a relatively large city!

We recommend to use public transport: buses, trams, metro or public bikes (veturilo). 

Buses and trams are the basic means of public transport; they run according to the timetable displayed at the stops, approximately from 5.00 a.m. to 10:45 p.m.; from 10:45 p.m. to 4:45 a.m. night buses are in service. The tickets can be bought at kiosks [newsagent’s shops] or ticket machines or from the driver. 

  • Single ticket 4.40 PLN (ca. 1 EUR)
  • Day ticket 15.00 PLN (ca. 3 EUR)

In Warsaw, there is also an underground. Now the Warsaw underground has two lines running south-north on a left bank of the Vistula River and west-east. These trains run daily between 5.00 a.m. and 0.00, every few minutes and also at night till 3.00 a.m., but only at weekends.

For details in English visit: www.ztm.waw.pl/?l=2

In order to find an appropriate connection between any two points in Warsaw you can use warszawa.jakdojade.pl (English version is available) There is also a mobile app jakdojade.pl

 

Contact Us

In case you have a questions and answer is not here contact us at: UWAR@euhit.org.

 

Travel grant - not longer available

EuHIT School on Turbulence is not only free of admission fee but we also intend to make the participation easier through travel reimbursement for the participants. Every participant can apply for reimbursement. The list of factors taken into account in making decision about awarding the reimbursement is as follows:

  • Researchers based in Poland are excluded from any travel reimbursement 
  • Priority will be given to young researchers (up to 4y following PhD) & PhD students
  • Priority will be given to any researchers whose research interests are related to experimental turbulence research
  • Priority will be given to researchers based in one of EuHIT eligible countries (from member states and associated states of the EU) 

 

The application for the travel reimbursement will have to be submitted during registration through EuHIT Portal in the electronic form. The appropriate deadlines will be announced soon. The travel can be arranged to cover the whole Warsaw Turbulence Week. However, EuHIT will not cover the 8th EPFDC conference fee.