Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science

December 7-8th 2017

Dublin Institute of Technology

Attending AICS 2017

Venue: AICS will take place in the new St laurence‚Äôs church on the new DIT Grangegorman campus.

Transport: Information on how to get to DIT Grangegorman campus is here.
Luas: Red Line Smithfield Stop. 20 minutes walk up to the Clock Tower via Grangegorman Lower
Car: Coming from quays, drive up Blackhall Place and turn right onto Brunswick St North. From there turn left onto Grangegorman Lower and continue for 300m to the Clock Tower building on your right.
Walk/cycle: 20/5 minutes from City Centre to Smithfield and up Grangegorman Lower.
Buses: The following buses from Dawson Street (Journey time: 25 minutes)
Take 37,39a & 39 to Park Shopping Centre bus stop No 1911 on Prussia Street. Continue to Hanlon's Corner crossroads and turn right onto NCR. After 150m, turn right and walk past the Phoenix Care centre into the campus and continue down to Grangegorman Lower and the Clock Tower building.
Take 46a from Dawson Street to bus stop No 800 on the NCR (NCR Grangegorman stop). Turn left into the campus off NCR at the Phoenix Care centre. Continue down through the campus to Grangegorman Lower and the Clock Tower building.
Parking: Currently ample parking for bikes on the campus. Street parking is available for cars.

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Accomodation: The following local hotels and boeautique hostels are convenient for the DIT Grangegorman campus including — Maldron Smithfield and Generator Hotel.

Registration

Registration for AICS 2017 is now open, see below. Please note that at least one author for each accepted conference paper must register. Registration covers the main sessions of the conference and the conference dinner at the Stephen's Green Hotel.

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