The workshop will take place in the School of Computing, Queen Mother Building.



The conference dinner will take place on March 11th at 19:00 in the Apex City Quay Hotel.

The following map shows the locations which maybe relevant to you.



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Places of Interest and Sightseeing

While here, there are several places worth a visit:

  • up to 1 hour trip:
    • Arbroath and Arboroath Abbey. Famous for: the first "Declaration of Independence", Stevenson's lighhouse. Easy journey by direct train from Dundee city centre.
    • Glamis Castle. Famous for: Ancestral home of the Earls of Strathmore for over 600 years; home of Queen Mother. 40 mins drive from Dundee University, or a couple of buses from Dundee Bus station. If you take a bus, why not stop at Kirremuir -- home town of JM Barrie, the author of Peter Pan.
    • St Andrews. Famous for: medieval castle and cathedral, golf, university. 40 mins trip by bus from Dundee city centre.
    • Stirling. Famous for: castle, Wallace Monument. Direct 40-50 mins train from Dundee city centre.
    • ... and of course, Edinburgh and Glasgow can be reached by direct 1 hour train from Dundee, with plenty of things to see and do.
  • Longer trips:
    • Cairngorms Nature reserve features one of the best senery in Europe. Various routes available, although the reserve can be reached within 1 hour drive from Dundee University, it well worth of at least a day trip.
    • Balmoral. Lies in the centre of Cairngorms Nature Reserve. Famous for: Queen's summer residence.
    • Scottish Crannog Centre. Part of Cairngorms nature reserve.