Joint Workshop of the
ERCIM Working Group on Constraints
CologNet area on Constraint and Logic Programming
Constraint Solving and Constraint Logic Programming
19th-21st of June, 2002
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;
The campus can be entered on foot at
the College Gates on Western Road, the main entrance on
College Road, side entrances on Donovans Hill,
Gaol Walk, and other entrances on College Road.
- On foot from the city centre:
- From the Grand Parade, walk west out of the city along
Washington Street for about 20 minutes, passing Jurys Hotel
and the Muskerry Garage on your left;
- enter the campus through the College Gates.
(The College Gates may be locked due to nearby building work.
If so, walk up Donovans Hill and enter the campus
using one of the side entrances.)
- 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:
- Drive west out of the city along Washington Street,
past Jurys Hotel and the Muskerry Garage on your left;
- turn left at the lights by the College Gates;
- go up Donovan's Hill, past the Honan Chapel on your
- at the top of the hill, turn right onto College Road;
- for the visitors car park turn immediately left.
- (The main entrance to the College is 200m
further down College Road, on your right, but access and parking
are highly restricted.)
- 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
Éireanns 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 Éireanns
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
- 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 Riantas 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
- 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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