The talks will take place in the lecture room 260-325 (Tuesday) and 260-223 (Wednesday) in the Owen G Glenn Building (260) at the University of Auckland. Click here for a campus map.
The University of Auckland provides wireless access for visitors whose home institutions have eduroam. If you require an IT access to the University of Auckland network, please contact one of the local organisers at least one week before your arrival.
Please click here for details about transport from Auckland airport to the city centre.
Click here for parking options near the conference venue.
Local information for visitors
Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand with a population of about 1.5 million people. Called the ‘City of Sails’, the Waitemata Harbour is within walking distance of the university and it stretches eastward to several popular swimming beaches (including Mission Bay and Kohimarama). The Devonport suburb is a short ferry ride from the Auckland Ferry Building. Some islands worth visiting by ferry include Tiritiri Matangi, Rangitoto and Waiheke. Also within walking distance from the university is Auckland Museum, one of the two most important NZ museums, at the Auckland domain. The Parnell shopping precinct is also close by, as is the main Auckland CBD. Information about Auckland, restaurants, grocery stores, etc will be posted soon.
Below are a few third party links:
- List of restaurants and reviews on Zomato.
- Information about treks, beaches and escapes.
- Information about New Zealand on Tripadvisor and New Zealand Tourism.
- Recommended trips in New Zealand.
- New Zealand weather and climate.
- Travel guides.
Visa to New Zealand
Citizens of visa waiver countries do not need to apply for a visa before travelling to New Zealand if they are visiting for 3 months or less. British citizens are allowed to visit for 6 months or less without a visa. Click here for a list of visa waiver countries.
If needed, click here for information about the visa application process.