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In 2019 the PPAM conference will be held in Bialystok, the largest city in northeastern Poland, academic and cultural centre, located close to the world-famous Bialowieza Forest.


  • For foreign participants, the most convenient way to get to Białystok are direct buses between the Warsaw Fryderyk Chopin Airport and Białystok bus terminal (the duration of travel is from 2.30h to 3h). Buses are rather frequent, and practically starts from Warsaw at 6:15 and finish at 22:15. The bus terminal is located next to the train station - please follow the purple line (see the map...). The timetable is available at the following link: https://www.busy-krk.pl/en/chopin-airport-bialystok/.
    Tickets could be purchased online on the carriers websites PlusBus and ŻakExpress.
  • There are frequent direct trains from Warsaw to Bialystok. It is best to use the on-line rail route planner (leaving 'Warszawa Centralna' or 'Warszawa Lot. Chopina' arriving 'Bialystok').
  • The simplest way to get to conference hotels from Bialystok Railway Station or Bialystok Bus Station is to take TAXI, which is not expensive (up to 5 Euro).
    Below is the list of recommended carriers (taxis are marked with phone numbers):
    • Comfort Taxi, +48 800 111 111, +48 85 744 44 44
    • Taxi Sezam +48 85 661 61 61, +48 85 196 28
    • Jaga Taxi, +48 85 711 11 11, +48 85 196 61
    • Moja Taxi, +48 733 401 401

PPAM 2019 will take place in Bialystok University of Technology (Politechnika Białostocka in Polish).

The Conference Venue is the building of FACULTY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, Wiejska 45A. It is located approximately a 25 minutes’ walk from the railway station. There are convenient busses connections between the conference place and hotels located in the centre of Bialystok. ( read more... )


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Bialystok University of Technology

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Branicki Palace in Bialystok

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Branicki Palace in Białystok is one of the most beautiful baroque mansions in this part of Europe. Patronage of Jan Klemens Branicki in the eighteenth century led to naming the Bialystok palace the "Polish Versailles". ( read more... )


Monuments of the Podlasie province

Tykocin Castle and Tykocin Synagogue

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The Tykocin TRoyal Castle is a 15th-century castle located on the right bank of the river Narew in Tykocin, Poland. It fell into ruin in the 18th century and its reconstruction began in 2002 ( read more... )

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The Tykocin Synagogue, in mannerist-early Baroque style, was built in 1642. The synagogue was thoroughly restored in the late 1970s. The historic wall paintings, most of which are decorative texts of Hebrew prayers, were restored. ( read more... )

Orthodox Monastery and Museum of the Icons in Suprasl

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The Supraśl Orthodox Monastery was founded in the 16th century. Today it belongs to the autocephalous Polish Orthodox Church and is one of six Orthodox Christian men's monasteries in Poland. ( read more... )

Bialowieza Forest

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The Bialowieza Forest is one of the last and largest remaining parts of the immense primeval forest in Europe. ( read more... )

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Institute of Computer & Information Science
Czestochowa University of Technology
Dabrowskiego 73,
42-201 Czestochowa, Poland


prof. Roman Wyrzykowski


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Fax: +48 34 3250 589