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PPAM 2013 will take place in:

  • Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology - Sunday, Sept. 8, Tuesday, Sept. 10 and Wednesday, Sept. 11
  • Copernicus Science Center – Monday, Sept. 9

The main Conference Venue is the main building of Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology, Koszykowa 86. It is located within a short walking distance from the conference hotels: Campanile, Golden Tulip and Premiere Classe. All these hotels are practically in the same place.

The organizers provide buses to Copernicus Science Center from the conference hotels - departure on Monday, Sept. 9 at 8:15.


  1. From Warsaw Chopin Airport to Central Railway Station:
    • Take a train, the schedule is available at http://rozklad-pkp.pl/bin/query.exe/en?, please enter "Warszawa Lot. Chopina" and "Warszawa Centralna | main station"
      These trains are very convenient and reliable means of transport. The duration of travel is about 20 minutes.
  2. From Central Railway Station to conference hotels:
    • Hotels are within walking distance down Aleje Jerozolimskie street (show map)
    • Alternatively you can use one of the following options:
      • take tram 8, 9, 22, 24, 45 at stop located in front of Central Railway Station and get off at stop "PL. ZAWISZY"
      • take bus 127, 128, 158, 175, 504, 517, 521 at stop located in front of Central Railway Station and get off at stop "PL. ZAWISZY"
  3. It's also possible to get to conference hotels directly from Warsaw Chopin Airport by bus no. 175 - get off at stop "PL. ZAWISZY". The journey should take about 30 minutes, but due to congestion can significantly increase.
  4. Taxi from Warsaw Chopin Airport to conference hotels is relatively not expensive (10 - 15 Euro). We recommend strongly to use only "regular" taxi lines, especially marked as "8111111".

Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology

Copernicus Science Center

Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology

The Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology (PJIIT) is one of the best non-public higher education institutions in Poland, often praised by employers, students and the media. It was founded in 1994 based on a bilateral agreement between the governments of Poland and Japan. It puts special emphasis on the curriculum, which is continuously reviewed and updated to meet the requirements of the job market, accepted academic standards, both Polish and European, advancements in computer science and its applications.

There are more than 2500 students in the PJIIT. The school is organized around 4 Departments: Computer Science, Information Management, Art of New Computer Media and Culture of Japan. In the Department of Computer Science of the PJIIT there are 11 Chairs, which concern, among others, the following areas of computer engineering: Data Bases, Programming Engineering, Intelligent Systems, Parallel Computing and Computer Networks.

The School awards graduate students and associated research candidates the degrees and titles at the following levels: License, Engineer, Master Degree, Doctoral Degree, Habilitation and Professorship

PJIIT focuses on practical skills. Owing to that, the PJIIT graduates do not have problems with finding employment. They are well to work in many areas in which the practical knowledge of IT is the prerequisite.

PJIIT employs outstanding specialists, researchers and academic teachers from Poland, as well as from other countries.

PJIIT is active on the international scene, cooperating with academic centres from Europe – within the framework of the Socrates programme – and from other continents (North America, Asia, Australia).