Cluj-Napoca is the most active city from scientific and cultural perspectives in . Located in the Northwestern region of Romania, the city was first attested during the Roman occupation of Dacia, in 106 A.D. Since the middle of the 16th century, the city became the main commercial center of Transylvania and one of the most important ones in Eastern Europe. Nowadays, 400.000 people call this city home.
Having a strong multi-cultural nature, Cluj-Napoca is inhabited by Romanians, Hungarians, Germans, Jews and other ethnic groups. As multi-culturalism enables the exchange of ideas, higher education naturally developed during the last century, becoming one of the major strengths of the city. The city is a major university center of Romania, hosting six important higher education institutions, with over 100.000 students. Among them, The Technical University of Cluj-Napoca represents the main center for engineering sciences and related fields, with 70 research centers, 9 faculties, over 650 academic staff and over 12.000 students which follow courses in 42 specializations (Bsc, Msc, PhD, PostDoc) from 20 fields of study.
A brief video presentation of the city is available here:
Special offers will be available for the participants.
Our host, Grand Hotel Italia (5*) offers accomodation facilities at the special prices for the conference participants:
- Single room: 65 Euro/night
- Double room: 75 Euro/night
In order to book rooms for the conference, use this discount code when talking or writing to the hotel: “QIEM-ICPR2018”
You can also use this code in the reservation system from the hotel website.
Cluj-Napoca is accessible using the following options:
Airport – click here for information on routes, timetables and services
- Tarom – direct links with Bucharest and Vienna
- Lufthansa – direct link with Munchen
- LOT – direct link with Warsaw
- Wizzair – low-cost direct links to many airports in Europe
Road – European routes E60, E81 and E576 (linking to E58) intersect in Cluj-Napoca. Find a route using Google maps.
Train – The train line going to Budapest and Vienna passes through Cluj-Napoca. Find a route using the DB site.