The 14th International Conference on P2P, Parallel, Grid, Cloud and Internet Computing
November 7-9, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium
In conjunction with the BWCCA-2019 International Conference.
Submission Deadline: July 31, 2019 (Extended)
Authors Notification: August 15, 2019
Author Registration: September 2, 2019
Final Manuscript: September 2, 2019
Conference Dates: November 7-9, 2019
Antwerp is centrally-located in Europe and easy to reach. You can get here by train, plane, bus or car. Your hassle-free city trip starts here.
Brussels International Airport (Zaventem) is located about 45 km (30 min.) from Antwerp city centre.Bus transfer: Take the Airport Express Bus, a direct coach service from the airport to the centre of Antwerp. Coaches operate every hour. The journey to Antwerp Central station takes around 45 min and costs €10. Train transfer: the station is at floor -1 in Brussels airport and the ticket can be purchased at a ticket vending machine by credit card. Antwerp Central Station (35 min. from Brussels Airport Zaventem by train) is situated at the heart of the city. If you fly to Charleroi (Brussels South) Airport, on arrival, you can buy a public transport ticket to Antwerp (bus + train ride), which takes less than 2 hours. From Charleroi Airport, you need to buy a combi-ticket at the square outside the airport for +/- € 20. This includes the bus ride from the airport to the station and the train to Antwerp. Another option is to fly to Amsterdam Airport (Schiphol) or Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and continue your trip to Antwerp Central station with Thalys.
Antwerp is really easy to get to by train. National and international trains, such as the Thalys, stop at Antwerp Central Station and/or Antwerp-Berchem. There are fifteen trains to and from Antwerp every hour. You can take one of several bus and tram lines into the city centre from Antwerp-Central and Antwerp-Berchem.Take the time to look up and around you if you arrive in Antwerp’s Central Station as it is widely considered one of the most beautiful stations of the world.
You can easily get to Antwerp by bus with one of many city links. Book a ticket with one of the many bus companies.
Are you planning to travel to Antwerp by car? Please bear in mind that Antwerp’s city centre is a low emission zone. Register your car before entering Antwerp and check whether you may enter the zone. Also bear in mind that Antwerp’s Ring road is often very busy and that several major road works and construction projects are planned in the city until 2022, which will cause substantial traffic nuisance. Check the website of Slim naar Antwerpen for all information about how to get to Antwerp and about smart alternatives to travel into the city.