The conference will take place at the Campus Vida of the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC), located in the downtown of Santiago de Compostela. USC is the second oldest university in Spain, dating from the XV century. It has nowdays close to 30000 students. Santiago de Compostela is the end point of the St. James’ Way (see also the institutional page for the associated summer festival), a network of pilgrimage routes covering Europe since the Middle Ages. The historical downtown is distinguished as World Heritage by UNESCO. The city offers an ample and well-developed hotel infrastructure. It has an international airport (IATA code SCQ) located 15 minutes away from downtown, that provides several connections (including low-cost) to European hubs. The campus has several fully-equiped auditoriums that can hold the conference, and a system of university dorms with capacity for 1500 guests.

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