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Accommodation, travel information
The aim of the workshop is to present novel ideas connecting cellular and molecular computing with the more classical areas of automata theory. In this framework, the extended notion of "automaton" includes interaction with an environment or other automata, uses resources represented by multisets, and can have new features inspired by "natural computing". Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the behavioral and structural properties of automaton-like computational models based on different types of cellular and molecular computing systems, such as, for example, membrane systems, networks of bio-inspired language processors, or test-tube systems.
Kende utca 13-17, 1111 Budapest, Hungary
The workshop is held at the Computer and Automation Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA SZTAKI), at the address 1111 Budapest, Kende utca 13-17.
For more information on the location of the conference sight, see the maps below.
A proceedings volume edited as a technical report of the Computer and Automation Research Institute was available at the workshop. You can also download the electronic version.
A special issue of the International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science with a collection of selected papers of the workshop will be edited by Erzsébet Csuhaj-Varjú and György Vaszil.
Authors are invited to send their manuscripts to the address firstname.lastname@example.org not later than September 30, 2007. Please use the LaTeX 2e style files provided by the publisher.
Note that submitting your manuscript does not automatically implies its acceptance, all papers will go through the regular review proceedure of the journal.
Click here to view a collection of photos. Thanks to Ani Binder, Rudi Freund, and Manfred Kudlek who made them.
The registration fee was HUF 12500 (approximately EUR 50) which included the proceedings, the coffee breaks, and the lunch.
Accommodation, travel information
A limited number of rooms were available for special rates for the workshop participants in Hotel Flamenco(****) and Hotel Berlin(***). To take advantage of these rates, they filled out one of the hotel booking forms below and sent it directly to the hotel by fax or as an email attachment.
Some other hotels close to MTA SZTAKI, the conference site:
1118 Budapest, Budaörsi út 20/a
Phone: +36-1-372-7020, Fax: +36-1-372-7021
Best Western Hotel Orion(***)
The lectures were held at the Computer and Automation Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA SZTAKI), at the address 1111 Budapest, Kende utca 13-17. For more information on the location of the conference sight, see the maps below.
After arriving at Ferihegy airport, Budapest, you can use the minibus service to reach your hotel. The Airport minibus service will take you anywhere in Budapest. Information desk (operator) for the minibus service is found in the centre of the arrival lobby. You can order this service inside the baggage claim area from 5 am in the morning until 1 am in the night. The price is HUF 2300 (EUR 9) in one direction, return tickets are also available for HUF 3900 (EUR 15.50).
Airport taxis are in front of the arrival lobby. Fare depends on the destination, but usually considerably more expensive then the minibus service.
To reach the institute from Hotel Flamenco, you can take the bus 7, tram 19, or tram 49 from "KOSZTOLÁNYI DEZSŐ TÉR" square in direction "BOSNYÁK TÉR VÁ.". You should get off at the first stop called "MÓRICZ ZSIGMOND KÖRTÉR".
To reach the institute from Hotel Orion, you can take the tram 19 in direction "ETELE TÉR, KELENFÖLDI PÁLYAUDVAR VÁ." or the tram 18 in direction "ALBERTFALVA, KITÉRÖ VÁ." The station close to Hotel Orion is "DÖBRENTEI TÉR", get off at the second stop called "BERTALAN LAJOS UTCA".
To reach the institute from Hotel Gellért, you can walk or take the tram 19 in direction "ETELE TÉR, KELENFÖLDI PÁLYAUDVAR VÁ.", the tram 18 in direction "ALBERTFALVA, KITÉRÖ VÁ.", or the bus "47-49V VILLAMOSPÓTLÓ" (which temporarily replace the trams 47 and 49) in direction "MÓRICZ ZSIGMOND KÖRTÉR (VILLÁNYI ÚT) VÁ". The station close to Hotel Gellért is "SZENT GELLÉRT TÉR", get off at the first stop called "BERTALAN LAJOS UTCA".
To reach the institute from Hotel Berlin, you can take the bus 3 to the last station, "MÓRICZ ZSIGMOND KÖRTÉR (KARINTHY FRIGYES ÚT) VÁ.". The station close to Hotel Berlin is called "ÉPÍTÉSZ UTCA".
To reach the institute from Hotel Mediterrán, you can take tram 61 to the last station, "MÓRICZ ZSIGMOND KÖRTÉR VÁ.". The station close to Hotel Mediterrám is called "HEGYALJA ÚT".
Tickets for trams and buses should be purchased in advance for HUF 230 (EUR 0.95).
A page about Budapest with information and facts about the city and Hungary.
About the weather in Hungary.
The page of the Budapest Tourism Office.
The page of the Hungarian National Tourist Office.
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