Budapest Budapest University of Technology and Economics

General information

Conference date

25-30 June, 2017

Conference venue

Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME)
H-1111 Budapest, Műegyetem rkp. 3. / Building K

Please note that the plenary room (KF51, Auditorium Maximum), session rooms, Aula and Gallery areas are on 3 different levels in the building, they are visualized on the floorplans in this programme book.

Access by public transportation

The simplest way to reach the venue of ENOC 2017 - Building K of BME - is by a short walk from the public transport interchange hub called Szent Gellért Tér (St. Gellért Square).

Trams stopping here: 19, 41, 47, 48, 49, 56, 56A
Busses stopping here: 7, 133E
Underground line No. 4 (Metro M4, green line)

Official conference language

The official language of the conference is English.

Internet access

Password secured free WIFI is available at the venue of the conference.
For access codes please contact the registration desk on-site.

Registration and information desk opening hours

25 June, Sunday 15.00-21.00
26 June, Monday 08.00-18.00
27 June, Tuesday 08.00-18.00
28 June, Wednesday 08.00-14.00
29 June, Thursday 08.00-18.00
30 June, Friday 08.00-12.00

Hotline to registration desk

+36 70/608-6806


Included in the registration fee, organisers provide coffee breaks and hot lunches for the participants. The meals are served in the Aula and on the Gallery of the conference venue where the registration desk and the poster stands are placed.
The serving points are marked on the floorplan in this program book, the serving times are detailed in the programme overview.


Identification badges are provided along with other conference materials upon registration. The organisers kindly ask you to wear them all the time during the conference. Please also note that your conference badge assures your entrance to conference premises and catering. Persons without badges may be refused.
The identification badges are also helpful when contacting the secretariat and other participants.

Mobile phones

Please respect the speakers and presenters by ensuring that your mobile phone is switched off during the scientific sessions.


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