Please note that PLM2011 will be held in Poznań rather than Gniezno (as was the case in 2008–2010). Details on how to get to Poznań are available in the Practical information section.

We will use five lecture rooms at the new Collegium Iuridicum Novum building, active since October 2010 and officially inaugurated in December 2010 to house the AMU Faculty of Law and Administration (Polish: Wydział Prawa i Administracji). All the rooms offer audio and video equipment, inlcuding data projectors.

Note that, for the poster session, the maximum poster size will be 98 by 122 cm, landscape or portrait.

The location of Collegium Iuridicum Novum is shown by the red marker on the map below. (Please note that – since the building is brand new – the satellite view shows it under construction.) The address is Aleja Niepodległości 53, Poznań.

The map also shows the Central Railway Station (green marker) for easy reference. From the Station, you can take bus no. 68, getting off after about 6 minutes, at the fourth stop, called Polonez; the name of the stop should be displayed on the display in the bus and announced through loudspeakers.

From the airport, a taxi should cost up to 30 PLN and take about 30 minutes.


Below is a selection of hotels and hostels in central Poznań. All links open in new tabs. The hotels are marked using purple markers on the map below.

  • Recommended close to the venue: Ikar.

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Map of central Poznań

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Poznań tourist info

Poznań is a major city in western Poland. More tourist information can be obtained from the city portal:

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