The venue of the conference is:
Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana
Circular 1 No. 70-01
Edificio 9 – Piso 5 (Building 9, 5th floor) with elevator
The university has 3 entrances, the closest one to the conference building is right in front of Unicentro Mall. At the university’s entrance, guards will ask for an ID (passport), please carry it, and present it at the door. Inside the university there will be road marks to guide you to the conference building (Edificio 9).
Conference’s registration will be located at the 5th floor of building 9. Tickets for coffee breaks and dinner will be handed to you with your conference’s badge. All conference’s activities will take place at the 5th floor of building 9. Tuesday’s tutorials will be held at the main auditorium.
There will be a cocktail at 17:20 on Tuesday, November 15th, at the 5th floor of building 9. There will be a city tour on Thursday night (19:00). Everyone is invited. Finally, there is an optional Gala Dinner on Wednesday night (20:00) at NH Royal Poblado. You can buy your tickets at the registration desk.
We hope you enjoy Medellin. See you at the conference!
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The 8th Latin-American Conference on Communications (LATINCOM 2016) will be held in Medellin at the UPB (Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana), Colombia on 15th – 17th November 2016. The IEEE LATINCOM is the premier ComSoc organized in Latin America. It has attracted authors and attendees from the four corners of the world since its first editions. This event will be an excellent opportunity to join together researchers, professors, students and the industry. Accepted papers will be published in IEEE Xplore and besides a selection of the best papers will be published in the IEEE Latin America Transactions (an ISI indexed journal).
Medellin has the unique contrast of a vital and rapidly developing metropolis and vibrant nature, with spring like weather and an excellent tourism platform for congress, conferences, and general events. Between tradition and transformation it becomes a center for big business under innovation and entrepreneurship schemes. The city offers competitive costs and wellness, providing visitors with the best places for interaction of academic, professional, commercial, cultural, artistic, and social activities. Medellin was awarded the 2013 “Innovative City of the Year Award” in a contest run by the Wall Street Journal Magazine and the Urban Land Institute (ULI) for its implementation of sustainable innovation and a unique budgeting system.