Computational, Engineering & Technology
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The Eighth International Conference
on Computational Structures Technology
The Fifth International Conference
on Engineering Computational Technology
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
12-15 September 2006
Information for all Participants
The conference will start at 13.45 on Tuesday 12 September 2006 with the opening lectures. The regular sessions will start at 9.00 on Wednesday 13 September 2006. The conference will officially close at 17.00 on Friday 15 September. The registration desk will be open 10.00-13.45 and 15.30-19.00 on Tuesday and 8.15-17.00 on Wednesday to Friday. Please note that the registration desk will be closed during the opening session. Participants arriving at this time should proceed to the main auditorium and register after 15.30.
The presentation time for contributed papers is 12 minutes, followed by 3 minutes for questions.
There are three ways to deliver your presentation at CST2006 & ECT2006:
Please note that there will be NO 35mm slide projectors and NO overhead transparency projectors. Only PC-based presentations are allowed.
If you wish to make use of the presentation PCs provided by the conference organisation, please read the following instructions carefully:
The international airport of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria can be reached directly from several European hubs (such as London, Frankfurt and Amsterdam). There are also 16 daily flights from Madrid with Iberia, Air Europe or Spanair.
The Airport is located 20km from the city centre. Let a taxi take you to your hotel. We would recommend any of the hotels on the famous Las Canteras beach. A selection of hotels for which special conference rates have been negotiated, is avaliable from the hotels page. In the mornings you could take a bus or taxi to the convention centre and in the evening you could gently stroll back to your hotel. The convention centre is a very prominent building at the southern end of the beach that is visible all along the beach.
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is the city with the best climate in the world (according to a study of 600 towns worldwide) with an average temperature of 24C/75F.
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