ESWN 2017
28-30.05.2017 Wrocław

Conference Venue


Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
Conference venue

The conference ESWN 2017 will be held at the Wrocław University of Science and Technology, at the Center for Scientific and Technical Information (D-21 building, on the map below marked as BIBLIOTECH, Grunwaldzki Square 11).

The conference will begin in the afternoon on Sunday 28th May 2017 with welcome meeting in Wrocław Market Square. Gala Dinner on Monday 29th May will take place at the Hotel Mercure (Dominikański Square 1).
The participants of the conference are recommended to stay at the Hotel Mercure (Dominikański Square 1, +48 71 323 27 00):
- single room: PLN 369 (breakfast included)
- double room: PLN 399 (breakfast included)
​To get from the Mercure Hotel Wrocław Centrum to the University of Sicence and Technology take the tram: line 2 and 10, or line 4 and 33 from the stop Gallery Dominikańska to the stop Grunwaldzki Square, three and four tram stops respectively. 

Center for Scientific and Technical Information (CWINT WrUT) is an interdepartmental unit established on January 1st, 2014. It runs scientific, research, educational and service activities. Center comprises: The Traditional Library (with a collection of printed sources), The Electronic Library (with a collection of digital information sources), Center for Science and Economy Cooperation, Contact Point for Technology Transfer, Research Laboratories and Center’s Branches located at University organisational units (former faculty, institute and department libraries). CWINT is located in building D-21 (called BIBLIOTECH) at Plac Grunwaldzki 11, Wrocław, Poland. You can find more information about CWINT, its current activities on its website (available in Polish only):

Wrocław ( is the capital of Lower Silesia, one of the oldest and largest cities in Poland, and also the European Capital of Culture 2016. Wrocław is famous for its magnificent architecture and the largest number of bridges on the Old Continent. The pride of our city is the Market Square, the medieval Old Town market, one of the largest in Europe, surrounded by fabulous houses from different historical periods. In 2012, Wrocław was one of the four Polish cities where UEFA European Football Championship took place.

Wroclaw University of Technology ( is one of the largest and best academic schools in Poland. It is the heir to the material legacy of the German Königliche Technische Hochschule Breslau and the intellectual and research traditions of the Lviv University of Technology. Under the current name, it has functioned since 1945. It educates over 34,000 students in 12 faculties. Every year over 4,000 degrees are conferred, and since the university was established over 80,000 students graduated the school. The university staff consists of over 4,000 employees, including 2,000 academic workers.