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How to reach the event

Getting to SciencePark by car:

All autoroutes towards Amsterdam reach the Amsterdam ring (A10). Sciencepark is located at the South-East of Amsterdam (Watergraafsmeer/Science Park). Coming from the direction Amersfoort follow Utrecht/Den Haag. From the direction Utrecht/Den Haag/Schiphol/Haarlem or Zaandam follow Amersfoort. On the ring take exit ‘Watergraafsmeer/S113′ (ring Oost). At the end of the exit follow the signs to ‘Science Park’. Please note the parking in the compulsory parkingspace P3, is charged according to Amsterdam parking policy, corresponding to ~ € 30,- a day.

Getting to SciencePark by public transport:

An NS train station “Amsterdam Science Park” (see map) is located at just 500 meters distance from the Science Park building. Schedule your trip with the Dutch train-system www.ns.nl. As an alternative on can take from Amsterdam Central station the metro (or train) to Amsterdam-Amstel station. From here bus #40 will bring you to the University grounds at Science Park, having stops (see map) at 100 meters distance from the Science Park building. Schedule your trip by public transport at http://9292.nl. Note that the local public transport cards from GVB are not valid for the train.

Traveling between the three LCAM laboratories:

During the course we have to travel to the different LCAM laboratories for the practicals and the diner locations. We will travel using public transport. At the first evening session (Sunday) you will receive a 5-day (120 hrs) GVB travel pass that you can use for traveling (excluding trains).

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