The EAEA 12 conference in 2015 will be hosted by the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Environmental Enginnering, Lodz University of Technology, Poland.
REGISTRATION, CONFERENCE SESSIONS and KEYNOTE LECTURES will be held in the Information Technology Center (CTI) of Lodz University of Technology (see building B19 on TUL Campus map)
To see the location of the conference venue on the map of Lodz follow the link.
Lecture Hall (Ground Floor)
Information Technology Center (CTI)
ul. Wólczańska 217/223
The Lodz University of Technology is ranked as the forth leading technical university in Poland. There are over 20.000 students at BSc, MSc and Doctoral courses. The university holds the ECTS Label Certificate from the European Commission. More information http://www.p.lodz.pl/en/
Łódź (Lodz) is one of the major urban centres in Poland. This is a city of unique historical and cultural inheritance. Łódź is constantly changing and developing respecting, however, its identity and tradition. General information in English: http://en.uml.lodz.pl/
The Museum of Art in Łódź is the second oldest permanent collection of Modern Art in the World. This is one of the most valuable exhibitions of this kind in Europe. The permanent exhibition is a “work in progress”, constantly subject to alterations, rearranged by invited curators and artists themselves. More information: http://msl.org.pl/en/
The Film School in Łódź is famous for its professors and students including: Zbigniew Rybczynski (Oscar 1982), Roman Polanski (Oscar 2002; Palme d’Or 2002), Krzysztof Zanussi (Golden Lion 1984), Krzysztof Kieslowski (The European Film Award 1988; Golden Lion 1993), Andrzej Wajda (Oscar 2000; Palme d’Or 1981). More information: http://www.filmschool.lodz.pl/en/
The Film Museum in Łódź took over the former palace of Karl Scheibler and its surroundings in 1986. It houses a collection of film exhibits and documents of the history of Polish cinema. A true pearl among the exhibits is the still working, original 19th century kaiserpanorama (stereoscopic projector). More information: http://www.kinomuzeum.pl/index.php?action=muzen
Central Museum of Textiles is one of the oldest cotton mills in Europe converted into a major industrial museum and the collection of textile art (Museum is the seat of the renown International Triennial of Tapestry). Part of the complex is the Open-air Museum of the Łódź Wooden Architecture. More information: http://www.muzeumwlokiennictwa.pl/?lang=en
Manufaktura is an amazing showpiece of Łódź - it is the place with a rich history, which entered the 21st century with great impetus. This is an excellent example of the 19th century industrial architecture re-use with numerous shops, restaurants and an award-winning hotel. More information: http://en.manufaktura.com/
The EC1 project launched by David Lynch has become a focal point of a huge urban regeneration scheme in the city centre surrounding the main railway station, next to which a new office complex designed by Daniel Libeskind (who was born in Łódź) is to form a new landmark of Łódź. More information: http://www.ec1lodz.pl/
last update: 12 April 2016 website by Mateusz Walczak