Conference Venue

This section introduces useful information about the city, the place where the conference will take place and how to arrive; social events and accommodation.

  1. About Seville and University of Seville [Escuela Tecnica Superior de Ingeniería Informática].
  2. Social Events.
  3. How to Arrive to Seville.
  4. Accommodation.

 


About Seville

Seville University seeks to achieve excellence in research and education through a cross-disciplinary, multi-campus, multi-nation approach. With national boundaries becoming less important, the University believes that its graduates need to understand different cultures, economies and working practices, and that the work of the university's researchers is advanced through collaborations with their counterparts around the world. Developing understanding of Europe, and close connections with its institutions, is an important part of this approach. Through its presence in Europe, Seville University ensures these connections translate into initiatives that benefit students, researchers and the host countries. Advanced studies of Computing at the University of Seville began in the academic year 1985/1986, with the assignment of the degree of Diploma in Computing (Specialties Management and Physical Systems) to the old School of Industrial Engineering. However, the “Escuela Técnica de Ingeniería Informática”, in its current location, was officially opened on July 3, 2001 at Avenue Reina Mercedes within the Campus University of Reina Mercedes.


ETSII now has about 24,000 m2, more than 1500 m2 of gardens and 150 car parking. It also has spaces for the exclusive use of our students, of their business projects, teaching classrooms, library, computing center itself and a research foundation (FIDETIA), besides the usual areas of administration and services.


FIDETIA is the acronym for “Fundación para la Investigación y el Desarrollo de las Tecnologías de la Información en Andalucía” (Foundation for Research and Development of Information Technology in Andalusia). This foundation is headquartered in the ETSII and develops all kinds of activities in collaboration with the research groups of our school.
The main objective of FIDETIA is to contribute actively to sustainable development of the Society through Training, Research and Technology Transfer, strengthening the collaboration between University and Business in the field of Information Technology and Communications (ICT). All this is very important for the development of the Competitive of companies and progress of society. FIDETIA was created in 2000. In recent years it has become a consolidated project of reference in Spain. About 3500 scholarship students, 700 agreements of collaboration, 500 R & D + i and about 85 conferences organized with a total success.

 

The University of Seville (Universidad de Sevilla) is a university in Seville, Spain. Founded under the name of “Colegio Santa María de Jesús” in 1505, it has a present student body of over 65,000, and is one of the top-ranked universities in the country. Seville is the 2000-year-old artistic, cultural, and financial capital of Andalusia in southern Spain; it is situated on the plain of the Guadalquivir River. The University of Seville is steeped in history and is one of the most important cultural centers in Spain, dating to the 15th century when the Catholic Monarchs recovered the area from the Moors, a history reflected in its architecture. It was originally the “Colegio de Santa Mari¬a de Jesus” which had been created by Archdeacon Maese Rodrigo Fernandez de Santaella and was confirmed as a practicing university in 1505 by the papal bull of Pope Julius II. Today, the University of Seville is known for research in technology and science.

In the middle of the thirteenth century the Dominicans, in order to prepare missionaries for work among the Moors and Jews, organized schools for the teaching of Arabic, Hebrew, and Greek. To cooperate in this work and to enhance the prestige of Seville, Alfonso the Wise in 1254 established in the city "general schools" (“escuelas generales”) of Arabic and Latin. Alexander IV, by the Papal Bull of 21 June 1260, recognized this foundation as a generale litterarum studium and granted its members certain dispensations in the matter of residence. Later, the cathedral chapter established ecclesiastical studies in the College of San Miguel. Rodrigo de Santaello, archdeacon of the cathedral and commonly known as Maese Rodrigo, began the construction of a building for a university in 1472; in 1502 the Catholic Monarchs published the royal decree creating the university, and in 1505 Julius II granted the Bull of authorization; in 1509 the college of Maese Rodrigo was finally installed in its own building, under the name of Santa María de Jesús, but its courses were not opened until 1516. The Catholic Monarchs and the pope granted the power to confer degrees in logic, philosophy, theology, and canon and civil law. The “colegio mayor” de Maese Rodrigo and the university proper, although housed in the same building, never lost their separate identities, as is shown by the fact that, in the eighteenth century, the university was moved to the College of San Hermanegildo, while that of Maese Rodrigo remained independent, although languishing.

Current enrollment at the University of Seville is approximately 74,000, including an international student population of about 1,500 annually. You will take courses through “Cursos Concertados con Universidades Extranjeras”, which has been an established program since 1972. These courses, offered in a wide variety of disciplines, are designed and taught by university professors. You will benefit from the fact that all courses are taught in Spanish. By sharing the university building with Spaniards, you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in Spanish university life and student culture. University services available to CEA students include a university ID, library, and a student café.

The University now offers a broad selection of courses within more of 10 faculties: Art and Design; Arts; Business and Economic; Education; Engineering; Information Technology; Law; Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences; Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences; and Science; among others.


Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería Informática.
Universidad de Sevilla
Avenida Reina Mercedes s/n
41012 Sevilla
Telephone: (+34) 95 4556817
info-eii@listas.us.es

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 Social Events

Monday, July 10th

08.00 p.m. Guided Visit to Royal Alcazar of Seville. (Departure from Al-Andalus Hotel)

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09.15 p.m. Welcome Cocktail in the Chancellor's hall of the University of Seville.

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Tuesday, July 11th

08.30 p.m. Touristic route along the Guadalquivir river bank. (Departure from Al-Andalus Hotel)

  

09.00 p.m. Gala dinner in Abades Triana restaurant.

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Wednesday, July 12th

03.00 p.m. Arrival at Airbus - San Pablo, South sector.

04.30 p.m. End of the visit.

Visit to the facilities includes:

  • A400M Final Assembly Line
  • Medium and Light aircraft (CN235; C295) Final Assembly Line

 

For Security reasons, we inform you:

  • It is compulsory to send an email to plm.conference.2017@p2lm.org with your ID/passport to reserve your place.

  • It is also compulsory to present your ID/passport at the Security Control.
  • The number of people should be no more than 40.

 

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How To Arrive To Seville

We are looking forward to host you this summer in Seville (Spain)! This webpage will help you organize your travel and to make sure you will have a wonderful stay.

The Conference will take place at the US Computer Science Enginering School. The School is located in the Reina Mercedes Campus at Reina Mercedes Avenue s/n 41012 Sevilla. Five minutes away from the local train station and well connected to the city center by public buses and a cycle-path network.

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Accommodation

Seville offers many accommodation alternatives. For the PLM17 we have agreed special rates with two hotels. In particular, the hotel selected as conference main accommodation is the hotel "Al-Andalus". The second recommended one is the Hotel "Puerta de Triana". Both hotels are close to the Conference venue.

Al-Andalus [See on Google Maps]

Al-Andalus hotel offers a special rate valid for bookings made before 9th of June 2017. Please, book your accommodation by sending an email to irene@hoteles-silken.com, and do not forget to mention the code PLM2017 in your booking request.

This hotel will be the meeting and starting point for all the social events.

Puerta de Triana [See on Google Maps]

  • Pricing. Puerta de Triana offers two kind of rooms with breakfast included (VAT included):
    • Double Room Single Use: 65€
    • Double Room: 77€
  • Contact.You can book any kind of room through this website link, which has been specially created for this event. http://www.ilunionhotels.com/colectivos/plm17/

 

 

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