Conference Venue and Travel Information

The City of Cambridge is famous throughout the world for its University and colleges, retaining the ambience of an historic medieval town, while remaining a hotbed for some of the most recent scientific developments. It uniquely offers a combination of ancient heritage and modern facilities.

Centre for Mathematical Sciences

Centre for Mathematical Sciences

The conference venue is the Centre for Mathematical Sciences, the award-winning buildings that have housed the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics since 2000. The address is:

Centre for Mathematical Sciences
Wilberforce Road
Cambridge CB3 0WA

Centre for Mathematical Sciences Central Core

Lectures will be given in the morning and early afternoon in the main lecture hall (MR2) with lunches served upstairs in the Central Core (pictured left), a pleasant setting for research interactions.

When you arrive at the CMS site, the workshop registration desk will be on your right by the entrance to the Central Core.

Travel information

Travelling by air: Cambridge is most conveniently reached through the following airports.

  • London Stansted (STN): About 30 miles South of Cambridge and connected to Cambridge by train and National Express coaches. Travel time ~1 hour.
  • London Heathrow (LHR): Located to the West of London. Connected to Cambridge by National Express coaches (~2:30 hours) or by train (Piccadilly Underground Line to King's Cross or Liverpool Street and from there to Cambridge by train.
  • London Gatwick (LGW): Located to the South of London. Connected to Cambridge by train (direct or via London King's Cross / St Pancras). Travel time about 2:30 hours.
  • London Luton (LTN): Located to the North of London. Connected to Cambridge by National Express Coaches (~1:30 hours).

National Express Coaches stop at and depart from Cambridge at Cambridge Parkside (City Centre).

National Rail:
National Express:

For further information on how to get to the CMS, please see this website: