FORCE2015

Location and Travel

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PLEASE NOTE:
LOCATION FOR PRE-CONFERENCE MEETINGS AND HACK-A-THON ON SUNDAY IS RESEARCH CENTER, a different location than the Monday and Tuesday meetings. 

SUNDAY, PRE-CONFERENCE MEETINGS AND HACK-A-THON OXFORD E-RESEARCH CENTER

MONDAY AND TUESDAY, FORCE2015 CONFERENCE - MATHEMATICAL INSTITUTE

Mathematical Institute
University Of Oxford
Woodstock Rd
Oxford
OX2 6HD

 

SUNDAY PRE-CONFERENCE MEETING LOCATION - OXFORD E-RESEARCH CENTRE

Oxford e-Research Centre
7 Keble Road
Oxford
OX1 3QG

Travelling by car

Oxford suffers from severe traffic congestion and limited parking so we recommend that if possible you use public transport when visiting the City.   If you are driving you may like to use one of the  Park and Ride  facilities around the city.  We  recommend the number 300 Park & Ride bus from either Redbridge or Peartree, as this stops almost immediately outside the Mathematical Institute.

From London and the South-East
Take Junction 8 (A40) from the M40 and follow straight through towards the City Centre; turn right immediately past Magdalen Bridge.

From the North
Junction 9 off the M40 leads to North Oxford.

From the West
The A40 also enters North Oxford, at the Banbury Road. Then approach via Parks Road.

From the South or South-West
Take the A34 or A420 to the Botley interchange.

Parking

Parking is not available at the Mathematical Institute, however the city centre has a range of (expensive) car parking available. The nearest is on-street parking along St Giles, with a number of larger car parks on the other side of the city centre.  We highly recommend you use the number 300 Park & Ride bus from either Redbridge or Peartree, as this stops almost immediately outside the Mathematical Institute.

Travelling by rail

The Mathematical Institute is approximately 20 minutes' walk from the railway station. Taxi services are available outside the Station entrance.

For rail travel information ring +44 (0)8457 484950 or visit the  National Rail  website.

Travelling by coach

Express coach services run between Oxford and London (1-1½ hours), London Heathrow, Birmingham and other destinations nationwide.

The Coach Station at Gloucester Green is approximately 15 minutes' walk from the Oxford e-Research Centre. Alternatively there is also a Taxi rank at Gloucester Green.

For coach travel information contact: 

The Oxford Bus Company

Stagecoach, Oxford

Oxford Tube

National Express

Travelling by air

Oxford is conveniently reached by coach from Heathrow Airport (1¼ hours) or Gatwick Airport (2½ hours). There is a frequent bus service from Heathrow. See the bus company links above for details. Alternatively, there are a range of local taxi/car firms  who offer an airport transfer service.

Sponsors

Digital Science CrossRef Royal Society of Chemistry Europe PMC River Valley Technologies Overleaf Elsevier and Mendeley
Science Exchange National Science Foundation (NSF) Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Thomson Reuters Pensoft Publishers Ltd SSI
Oxford University Press Wiley Oxford e-Research Centre PLOS International Society for Biocuration