Posted on: July 11th, 2017 by admin

The Congress will be hosted by Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW (WULS-SGGW) in Warsaw, Poland. Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering (building 33), 166 Nowoursynowska street.

The campus of the University is located in the southern part of Warsaw, approximately 10 km south of the city centre and of the historic old town, and has direct bus connections to all important parts of the city. A wide range of accommodation options will be provided to cater for different budgets.

Warsaw is well connected to international airline networks. The international Warsaw Chopin airport (WAW) is located within 5 km far from the SGGW University campus and 10 km far from the city centre.


“How to get to Warsaw University of Life Sciences”

Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW

Warsaw University of Life Sciences (until 01.10.2007 known as Warsaw Agricultural University-WAU) is the oldest agricultural academic school in Poland, its history dates back to 1816. At present, the university consists of 13 faculties; there are over 20,000 students enrolled. They can choose from ca 40 study programs. The research and education covers the entire field of agriculture related sciences, among the others there are: Landscape Architecture, Biology, Biotechnology, Economics, Finance and Banking, Regional Planning, Informatics and Econometrics, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Forestry, Environment Protection, Horticulture, Agriculture, Sociology, Agricultural and Forestry Techniques, Wood Technology, Commodity Sciences, Tourism and Recreation, Food Technology, Human Nutrition, Veterinary Medicine, Management and Production Engineering, Management and Marketing, Animal Science. Within the Socrates/Erasmus programme SGGW offers a wide range of subjects taught in English. More:


Warsaw – the Capital of Poland

Warsaw is a unique city, located in the centre of Europe, at the junction of the transportation routes from the West to the East, and from the North to the South of the continent. It intrigues with its history and atmosphere of a city which combines the influences of Western and Eastern Europe.
It enchants visitors with its distinctive character. Warsaw is a city of contrasts, where historical monuments and modern architecture co-exist side by-side, where historical palaces, buildings and architectural complexes destroyed during the war were reconstructed so faithfully that they cannot be told apart from the surviving authentic counterparts, where the typically-urban construction is dotted with open spaces of squares and municipal parks. Today the city has 1.8 million inhabitants and offer a lot of cultural attractions, with 29 theatres, 50 museums, 117 libraries, the Warsaw Philharmonic and about 50 art galleries. The concert halls of the National Philharmonic, the Grand Opera and many other theatres fill with audiences every evening.