The Mansion House is being used for plenary sessions on Monday 29th July and Tuesday 30th July 2013, located in the heart of Dublin City conveniently located between Trinity College and St. Stephen’s Green. The Round Room was built in 1821 for the much-anticipated visit of King George IV. For nearly 200 years the Round Room has continued making history and has been the venue of choice for historic events in Irish History – such as the proclamation of The Irish Declaration of Independence.
For more information please click here: www.mansionhouse.ie
Trinity College Dublin (TCD) will play host to registration, exhibition and parallel sessions. Founded in 1592, Trinity College is one of the oldest universities in Europe, and the 35 acre campus is located in the heart of Dublin city. This 16th century campus, surrounded by attractive gardens, is an ideal location for conferences with well-equipped lecture theatres, accommodation, banking facilities, shopping, and tourist attractions. All the handpicked conference hotels are within walking distance of Trinity Conference Centre. Accommodation is available on campus, which makes an ideal home for your visit to Dublin for SIGIR 2013.
For more information please click here: www.tcd.ie
Poster Sessions and Exhibition The Poster Session and exhibition will take place in Trinity College Dublin.