The conference will be held in the Trinity Arts Long Room Hub. The easiest way to reach it is to
enter via Nassau Street, walk through the walkway until you arrive on Fellow’s Square. The first
building on your left is the Long Room Hub: if you head up the steps of the building you will find
the registration desk. Registration opens at 9.00am on 10 November, 2018.
Parking & Getting to Trinity College Dublin
There are no parking facilities for visitors to Trinity College Dublin. There are a number of multi-
storey car parks close by – Fleet Street, Trinity Street, Dawson Street etc. However, these are
quite expensive. There is some on-street parking around the city centre, but this is extremely
limited, short-term only, and clamping is in operation.
If you are travelling by train and arriving into Heuston Station, the 145 bus route will drop you on
Nassau Street, right outside the Arts Building where the conference is being held.
If you’re arriving into Connolly Station, you can take either the 15, 14, or 27 – among others! –
and these too will drop you on Nassau Street. Various other intercity bus services such as Bus
Eireann, GoBus etc will drop you just a short walk from TCD.
Eduroam is in operation in Trinity College Dublin.
Visitors must have their wireless clients configured to use WPA2 with AES encryption and have tested their authentication before arriving on-site.
TCD’s IT Services do not provide technical support for connecting to Eduroam so you should direct any queries to your home institution and check
your settings before arriving.
The Conference Dinner will be held on Saturday evening in Wagamama on South King Street, which is
just a short walk from Trinity College.
Dinner will be a set menu of two courses. If you have any dietary requirements please specify
this when booking your place. All those intending to come to dinner must pay in advance. The
cost is €25, which can be paid when registering for the conference.