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Sparse structures: statistical theory and practice
Research workshop, 16-18 June 2010



Directions, Maps & Guides:

The workshop will be held in Lecture Theatre 2 of the School of Chemistry, University of Bristol. The Chemistry building is in Cantock's Close, off Woodland Road, in the University precinct - building number 11 on the precinct map; or go to this interactive map.

Directions to Bristol and the University

If you are flying to the UK, you may want to look at the possibility of flying into Bristol airport, which has direct flights from many European cities, including Paris, Amsterdam and Dublin, which are useful hubs for connections with long-haul flights. There is also a direct flight daily from Newark, NJ. Among London airports, Heathrow is the most convenient for transfer to Bristol (you can get from there to Bristol most conveniently by direct National Express bus, or by train). Other possibilities include Birmingham and Cardiff, which have train connections to Bristol. Bristol Temple Meads is the most convenient train station for the University area.