Royal Holloway is easily accessible from London Heathrow (by bus or taxi). It is a short walk from Egham station. Details of our location, and directions, can be found by following this link. Permit-free parking on campus is available throughout the conference period.
The conference registration desk will open at 14:30 on Sunday 30th June 2013. The final talk of the conference will finish before 16:00 on Friday 5th July 2013. Extra nights of accommodation are available to book on Saturday and/or Friday if your travel plans require this.
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Bus timetables: 71 from Heathrow Terminal 5; 441 from other Heathrow terminals, are available here.
Rail timetables: National Rail Enquiries, The Trainline. We will run a complementary minibus service from Egham station to campus during from 14:30-18:30 on Sunday 30th June and in the reverse direction on Friday 5th July (see the detailed arrival instructions).
More detailed information has been emailed to all participants (and this information is also available here), but here are the essentials.
See here for a campus map.
The conference office is in the Windsor Building (Building 2 on the Campus Map). The office will open 14:30-19:00 on Sunday 30th June 2013, for registration and accommodation keys. If you arrive after 19:00 on Sunday (or at any other time when the Conference Office is not open) accommodation keys will be available from The Hub (Building 41 on the Campus Map). The Conference Office will reopen at 8:30 on Monday 1st July for registration and other queries. All talks will be in the Windsor Building.
An evening meal will be served on Sunday between 18:00 and 20:00 in Founder’s Dining Hall (not the Hub, as originally advertised). ‘Medicine (a bar near The Hub; Building 45 on the Campus Map) will be open 19:00-22:30 on Sunday.
If you are able to stay in the UK after the conference finishes, you might be interested to hear that “Combinatorics, Algebra, and More: a Conference in Celebration of Peter Cameron” will be held at at Queen Mary, University of London from 8 July until 10 July 2013 (arrival day 7 July). This conference will mark Peter Cameron’s retirement, and celebrate his many mathematical achievements (so far). Please click on this link for the web page for this conference.
Also, the following meeting might well be of interest: “Graph Theory and Interactions: A Durham Symposium” (organised by Peter Cameron, Norbert Peyerimhoff and Alina Vdovina) will be held on 15-25 July 2013 in Durham. See http://www.maths.dur.ac.uk/events/Meetings/LMS/2013/GTI13/ for details.