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Venue: Aula Magna

Part of recently build Lecture Center of Poznan University of Technology in Campus Piotrowo, near Warta River.


Poznan University of Technology
Piotrowo 1
60-965 Poznan


City information

Poznań  is the capital of Wielkopolska, one of the oldest and largest agglomerations in Poland. Poznańis a city steeped in artistic and trade traditions, with many schools of higher education, museums and avant-garde theatres.
It is a modern, continuously developing city, a city of business, banks and trade fairs. At the same time, it is perceived as a cultural, sports and recreational centre. The city astounds the visitor with its variety and colour. It is a place where modernity meets tradition and history to form a special and unique mosaic. 

Detailed information on the city and on the access to Poznan is available at  

Places worth visiting

  • On the Island of Ostrów Tumski, surrounded by the waters of the Warta, stands the 10th century cathedral containing the tombs of ancient Polish rulers.
  • The Old Town Square is dominated by the town hall, a magnificent Renaissance building. Not far from the Market Square stands the former Jesuit church, the Fara, considered to be the most beautiful Baroque building in Poland.
  • The Raczyńsky Palace houses is the oldest public library in Poland.
  • Next to the Adam Mickiewicz University stands the Monument to the Victims of the Events of June 1956, commemorating one of the first mass-protests in Poland against the communist regime.