8 Janiszewskiego Str.
The Congress Centre is located near Grunwaldzki Square – 3.2 km from the Central Station (train&bus),15 km form the Wroclaw International Airport, only a 15-minute walk from Ostrów Tumski, a 25-minute walk for the Wroclaw Old Town and a 5-minute walk from the Polinka cable car over the river Oder.
Please park your vehicle at Pasaż Grunwaldzkim, opened since 9:00 a.m. as the Congress Centre parking will be fully occupied and open only to those with passes.
Plenary session– building D-20 / room 10
Young Scientists Day–building D-20 / room 114
Development trends, opportunities and barriers of robotization of the European industry – building D-20 / room 10AC
Breakthroughs in medtech – building D-20 / room 10D
Emerging biomedical technologies for diagnosis and therapy – building D-20 / room 10B, session 1- Building D-20 / room 10D
Cybersecurity – building H-14 / room „Dziekańska”
Innovative technologies in non-ferrous metallurgy- building D-20 / room 113
Wrocław University of Science and Technology is a co-organiser of this year’s edition of the Central European Technology Forum.
It is one of the most notable technical universities in Poland.
The university has existed for 77 years and it regularly takes top positions in various rankings of academic institutions.