The Maria Curie-Skłodowska University (UMCS) in Lublin, Poland, will be hosting the eighth international conference on Computational Methods and Function Theory (CMFT 2017) to be held 10–15July 2017. The CMFT 2017 meeting forms part of the official celebrations of the 700th anniversary of the foundation of the city of Lublin in 2017.
Conference registration and all lectures will take place in the buildings of the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science onthe UMCScampus.The registration desk is located in the hall of the first floor of the Institute of Informatics UMCS building at Akademicka Street 9 and will be open on Sunday, 9thJuly, 15:00-22:00 hrs and on Monday, 10th July, 8:00-12:00 hrs.
The conference’s opening ceremony will be held in the lecture hall 105 of the Informatics building at 9:00 hrs on 10th July. It will include the presentation of the winner of the 2017 CMFT Young Scientist Award.
The detailed scientific program and information about travel connections to and from Lublin can be found on the conference website:
Some general information
Every day, except for the Wednesday 12th July, lunches for all participants and accompanying persons will be served in the building of the University of Life Sciences in Lublin (Centrum Kongresowe) located within easy walking distance from the conference venue. In the same place there will be also a welcome reception in the evening of 10th July.
The whole day, 12th July, will be reserved for an excursion by bus to Kazimierz Dolny and Janowiec. The program includes ferry cruises Janowiec-Kazimierz across the Vistula river and a lunch in one of the restaurants in Kazimierz Dolny. The excursion is free of charge for the conference participants and accompanying persons.
The conference dinner will be organized in the evening of 14th July at Hotel Focus, after the end of the mathematical program. The cost of the dinner, 30 Euro, is to be paid at the conference office by 18:00 hrs on Tuesday, 11th July.
A program for persons accompanying conference participants will be arranged. This program includes a city tour by an old-fashioned trolley bus and visits to Lublin Castle Museum and the castle’s Chapel of the Holy Trinity, and the local brewery Perła. Details will appear at the conference website as soon as they have been determined.
Free public transportation within Lublin is provided for all participants and accompanying persons during 10th – 14th July. The free bus or trolley passes will be encoded in a conference badge and will be valid together with a passport or an id card.
The conference ends on Saturday 15th July with two plenary lectures, followed by a closing ceremony at 11:30 hrs.