Interactions with Combinatorics

29 - 30 June 2017, University of Birmingham








Travel Information

The workshop itself takes place in the Watson Building in the Edgbaston campus of the University of Birmingham. The invited speakers will be staying in Lucas House which is in the University Conference Park. The Watson building is building R15, and Lucas House building G16 on the Campus map.

By Air

From Birmingham International Airport you can take a taxi directly to the University Conference Park on Edgbaston Park Road, which costs about 35 GBP. Alternatively, take the free Air-Rail link from the Airport terminal building to the Birmingham International Railway station. From there, take a train to Birmingham New Street and change for a train to Birmingham University as described below.

From Heathrow Airport you can take a direct National Express Coach to the Birmingham Coach station. For more information on arriving in Birmingham via coach see below.

By Train

The main Birmingham station is Birmingham New Street, where there are several trains each connecting Birmingham to London, the Midlands and the north.
Alternatively, there are trains connecting London Marylebone to Birmingham Moor Street (which is 5 minutes walk from Birmingham New Street).

For timetables and ticket reservations, please visit the National Rail Enquiries website.

From Birmingham New Street one needs to take another train to come to the University of Birmingham. Most of the trains that stop at Birmingham University are the London Midland trains to Redditch or Longbridge (they usually depart from platform 12B at the Birmingham New Street Station).

The University Conference Park is a 15 minutes walk from the University train station; the Watson building is within 10 minutes walk of the station. See the Campus map for more details.

By Coach

The Birmingham Coach station is located in the city centre. There is regular service to central London and London airports. The coach station is 15 minutes walk from Birmingham New Street.

By Bus

Numbers 61, 62 and 63 travel from the city centre to the Edgbaston campus.

By Taxi

A taxi from the Birmingham International Airport to the University costs about 35 GBP and a taxi from the city centre less than 10 GBP.





2015 Stefan Glock
Last updated on 05.01.2017