Joint Workshop of the

ERCIM Working Group on Constraints
and the
CologNet area on Constraint and Logic Programming


Constraint Solving and Constraint Logic Programming

Cork Constraint Computation Centre
University College Cork, Ireland.

19th-21st of June, 2002

Workshop Venue

The workshop will be held on UCC's main campus in rooms on the ground floor of the Science Building, also known as the Sir Robert Kane Building.

Specifically, registration/coffee/sessions will be in Room G19 (turn left at the Porters' Desk).


UCC's main campus is half a mile west of Cork City centre. (City map; Campus map)

The campus can be entered on foot at the College Gates on Western Road, the main entrance on College Road, side entrances on Donovan’s Hill, Gaol Walk, and other entrances on College Road.


On foot from the city centre:
By taxi from the city centre:

Taxis from the city centre cost about £5. Taxi ranks are located on Patrick Street and elsewhere.
By car from the city centre:
By city bus from the city centre:
From Patrick Street, No. 8 (marked ‘Bishopstown’) about every 15 minutes, ask to get off at Gaol Cross; or No. 5 (marked ‘Rossa Avenue’) about every hour, ask to get off at College Road.
By train:
From Dublin (Heuston), about 8 trains a day, journey time about 3 hours. See Iarnród Éireann’s timetables. Trains stop at Mallow for connections with Killarney, and at Limerick Junction for connnections with Limerick (for Shannon Airport). Taxis from the rail station cost about £7 and there is also a city bus meeting some trains.
By long-distance bus:
From Dublin (Busáras), about 6 buses a day, journey time about 5 hours. See Bus Éireann’s timetables. Taxis from the bus station cost about £5 and most city buses also stop at the bus station, which is about 300m from Patrick Street in the city centre.
There is an overnight coach to and from London (Victoria Bus Station) which travels via the ferry service between Rosslare (Co Waterford) and Fishguard or Milford Haven (Wales).
By air:
Cork Airport has frequent flights to Dublin and London with Aer Lingus (Heathrow and Gatwick) and RyanAir (Stanstead), and with other airlines to Belfast and a wide range of other UK and European destinations. See Aer Rianta’s pages for details of movements. Taxis from the airport cost about £10 and there is also an airport bus every hour during the day. All the major car rental companies have desks at the airports.
Travellers coming via Europe change at Dublin, Belfast, or London when there is no direct flight to Cork. Travellers coming via N America change at Dublin, Belfast, or Shannon (there are no flights between Cork and Shannon as it is so close: see the rail timetables).
By ferry:
There is a direct ferry daily between Cork and Swansea (Wales), travel time about nine hours. There are also ferries in summer between Cork and and ports in northern France.

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