Maps & FAQs
Addresses as follows:
Sir Martin Evans Building
For directions on how to get to Cardiff, please see here (please note, the nearest train station to the conference venue is Cathays). Delegates are encouraged to use public transport to travel to the conference. Note: there is no free car parking on site. Delegates will have to find alternative fee-paying spaces to park, should they require to do so.
The CL2019 conference app includes floor plans for each of the buildings at the conference. PDF versions of these are available below:
- Main Building First Floor Central (Viriamu James – VJ Gallery)
- Main Building Ground Floor (Large Shandon and 0.13)
- Main Building Ground Floor Central (Beverton (1.40), Wallace and Large Chemistry)
- Main Building Ground Floor South and North Wings (Small Chemistry and 1.25)
- Sir Martin Evans Building (plenary location)
If you have booked University accommodation for the conference, please visit the website of the hall (i.e. Colum Hall or Senghennydd Hall) in which you are staying, to receive directions from your accommodation to the conference venue.
Conference dinner venue:
The CL2019 conference dinner will take place at the Principality Stadium in the centre of Cardiff, which is a short (15 minute) walk away from the conference venue. For detailed location information for the Principality Stadium, see here.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions):
- I am presenting a poster. What size should it be?
- Can I get my poster printed in Cardiff?
- I missed the registration deadline for CL2019. Can I still attend?
- What are the catering arrangements for CL2019?
- Will I be expected to provide a full written paper of my work in advance of the conference?
- I have some specific requirements. Who I should I inform of this?
- What else is there to do in Cardiff?
I am presenting a poster. What size should it be?
Presenting a poster @? If so, please print your poster in A0 size (portrait).
Can I get my poster printed in Cardiff?
I missed the registration deadline for CL2019. Can I still attend?
CL2019 is a cashless conference, so delegates are unable to simply turn up and pay, which is why they were required to register online in advance of the conference. If you missed the registration deadline it will, therefore, not be possible to attend this conference.
What are the catering arrangements for CL2019?
There will be two refreshment breaks and a lunch break on each day of the conference, including the workshop day. The food served at these breaks and lunches will be vegetarian/vegan, with additional dietary requirements catered for (these will have had to have been noted during the registration process). Teas/coffees, water and other refreshments will also be served throughout each day.
There will be nibbles and refreshments offered on Monday and Wednesday, but no dinner/evening meals are provided, aside from during the conference dinner on Thursday (which delegates had to book for when registering).
There are also various shops on campus that delegates can visit to purchase additional food and/or refreshments, as required. If you are interested in trying some of the restaurants and/or eateries in Cardiff, why not search Trip Adviser for the best rated establishments.
Will I be expected to provide a full written paper of my work in advance of the conference?
No. At present, there are no formally published proceedings attached to CL2019, only the book of abstracts.
I have some specific requirements. Who I should I inform of this?
Please notify the conference organising team of this ASAP so that we can best cater for your requirements: email@example.com
What else is there to do in Cardiff?
Whilst attending CL2019, if you have some free time be sure to explore the city, where you will find beautiful green spaces, modern shopping centres, indoor markets and our very own castle just a short walk away.
Cathays Park campus is just a ten minute walk from the city centre, so it’s easy to get around and explore. Take advantage of the Cardiff University supported Cardiff nextbike for the perfect opportunity to travel around our city.
Cardiff has one of the UK’s biggest shopping centres St David’s and St David’s 2, beautiful Edwardian and Victorian arcades and Cardiff Market, situated in a Victorian building in the city centre.There are also great places to eat a short walk from campus including Pettigrew Tea Rooms (a traditional Welsh tea room based in Bute Park), Wahaca (the Hayes, City Centre), The Potted Pig (High Street, City Centre) and many more.
Alternatively you can catch one of our city tours where you will see Cardiff’s magnificent civic buildings (of which the University is a key part), Cardiff Castle and the iconic Principality Stadium (formerly known as the Millennium Stadium).