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CBMS 2011 - the 24th International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems
 
June 27th - 30th, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

Maps and Directions

A map of Frenchay campus is available, showing the location of CBMS (blocks B and S).

The following map shows restaurants and accommodation within walking distance of the conference venue. The main lecture theatres that will be used are also shown, as are the locations of refreshments and the conference dinner.


Click on any icon on the map above to display more information about that location. Double clicking your left mouse button elsewhere will zoom in, and double clicking the right button zooms out. Please note that the train station shown on the left (Filton Abbey Wood) is a very small station with a restricted service; Bristol Parkway, just off the top of the map, is a main station.

The locations above are available as points of interest for popular satellite navigation systems - click on one of the logos below to download.

TomTom (OV2)   Navman (CSV)   Garmin (CSV)   GPS eXchange Format (GPX)   iGo/MioMap (UPD)

 

Avon Gorge Hotel

Avon Gorge Hotel's White Lion Bar and Terrace

If the weather is nice we intend to gather informally at the Avon Gorge Hotel's Terrace Bar (located here) from about 4:00 pm on the afternoon and evening of Sunday June 26th. Everyone attending the conference is welcome to come along. The terrace offers an excellent panoramic view of Brunel's famous Clifton Suspension Bridge as well as the local countryside. The bar serves a wide variety of beers, wine and spirits and pub food.

Please note that the terrace often gets busy later in the evening and parking can also be problematic, so you are advised to arrive early.

If the weather is poor, we will be at the Watershed Café/Bar (located here) in the city centre instead.


Event Sponsors

IEEE   The British Computer Society (BCS), Bristol Branch   Association for Computing Machinery   University of the West of England, Bristol