The seminars take place at the department of mathematics of the University of Warwick. Your attention please: The campus is located in the suburbs of Coventry, not in the village of Warwick! Also, there is a University of Coventry, strangely located in the centre of... Coventry, but it is a different one.


The closest airport is Birmingham International (BHX). From there one can take a taxi to the math building of the University of Warwick. Alternatively, one can take a train to Coventry train station, and then either a taxi, or the bus no 12 (which can be found on the road that crosses the railtracks, a bit before the station).

The second closest airport is London Luton (LUT). The third airport is London Heathrow (LHR). It is then possible to take a National Express bus to Coventry, and then the taxi or the local bus 12. It is recommended to buy the bus ticket in advance. If the plane happens to arrive earlier, the driver will accept tickets for later buses, if there is room available. Finally, there is Coventry airport (CVT), which is close but with very few connections. And East Midlands Airport (EMA), which is not easy to access by public transportation. It is convenient if somebody intends to pick you up.


There will probably be on-campus accommodation. Please let us know the dates of your stay as soon as possible.