Travelling to Liverpool

As a major city in the UK, access to Liverpool is easy and straightforward by air, train and road.

By Air

Manchester Airport has excellent international connections and it is only 55 km away from the conference venue.  The conference can arrange ground transport form the Manchester Airport to Liverpool hotels at attractive rates and it will take about 50 minutes.  The website for the Manchester Airport is:

Delegates could take a train from the Manchester Airport to Liverpool Lime Street Station. There are three trains every hour: one direct and two indirect which needs changing at Manchester Piccadilly Station. The total train journey time varies from 68 minutes to 83 minutes. The lowest cost for the return fare is £12.60. Full details are given in

Liverpool John Lennon Airport is providing low-cost flight through Easyjet and Ryanair to European destinations.  This airport is less than 13 km away from the conference venue.  The website of the Liverpool John Lennon Airport is:

By Train

The mainline railway station in Liverpool is ‘Liverpool Lime Street Station’ which is less than 15 minutes away by walk from the conference venue.  Most of the conference hotels are about 5 minutes walking distance.  The website for train timetable and on-line ticket booking is:

By Car

The conference venue has excellent connection to the national motorway system.  From the north and east, take M62 and travel direct to the city centre.  Follow signs for the City centre and the University.  From the south, take M53 and cross the tunnel and head for the University.  It is highly recommended to check detailed travel directions and map from the website and use the postal code L69 7ZJ:
Limited free car parking space is available in the nearby car parks in the Crown Street and Peach Street within the university precinct.






Important Dates

  Submission of Abstracts and Papers

Best Paper Award


Organising Committee






Social Program




International Scientific Committee

  Keynote Speakers

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