1st Symposium on Weak Molecular Interactions - March 5-6, 2013 - Pcs, Hungary
 
 
Wednesday, 18 July 2018
 
 
General information

 

Venue & date

The Symposium will be held in Pécs, Hungary, in the Centre of the Regional Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences on 5 and 6 March 2013.

Location: Jurisics Miklós str. 44., H-7624 Pécs, Hungary

MTA

The Centre of the Regional Committee (CRC) is housed in the historic Villa Vasváry that was built in 1884. The building is situated in a beautiful park, whose highlights are the delicately ornamented southern façade with rich colours of glazed Zsolnay majolica reliefs and the interiors decorated with Zsolnay ceramics. The well-equipped modern halls of the Villa Vasváry are an ideal venue for hosting conferences. The rooms accommodating guests are equally suitable for creative work and rest.

University of Pécs

University of Pécs

Today, the University of Pécs is one of the largest institutions of higher education in Hungary with the widest spectrum of teaching and research activities that is known and recognised even beyond our borders. Our University represents and accepts as its own a great tradition going back to the Middle Ages, while at the same time it also plays an active role in the task of institutionalising new knowledge that is aimed both at the present and the future.

Further information: http://english.pte.hu/menu/74/25

Pécs

Even the prehistoric men found shelter and a place to settle in this region. Protected by the Mecsek, the Roman Sopianae had grown to a city 2000 years ago. This settlement turned into one of the administrative centres of Pannonia by the end of the 3rd century AD.

Official homepage of Pécs
http://en.pecs.hu/

Early Christian Necropolis of Pécs (Sopianae) (2000)
http://tourinform.hu/english/world-heritage/pecs

How to get to the conference

Pécs can be reached by car on highway M6 from Budapest. Guests from West-Europe can use highway M1 to Budapest, then turning with M6 to Pécs.

There are international direct lines to Budapest’s railway stations (Deli pu., Keleti pu. and Nyugati pu.), all of which are located in the city centre. Intercity connections are available to Pécs.

The International Airport of Budapest, called Liszt Ferenc Airport (formerly Budapest Ferihegy), is located outside the city. All participants arriving at Ferihegy are advised to take the airport shuttle minibus (LRI) to coming to Pécs city.

Organizing staff of the conference will help you to organize your trip from Budapest to Pécs.

Liszt Ferenc International Airport