CGW2007 (The Turing hall - Z011), WCCC (Eulerzaal – Z009) and Computer Olympiad (Eulerzaal – Z009) , Science Park Amsterdam, Kruislaan 413, 1098 SJ Amsterdam.
The Science Park Amsterdam is located in the East of Amsterdam, in the North East of the borough called the Watergraafsmeer. This area is located between the Ring road A10, the railway tracks Amsterdam-Weesp and the embankment of the Ringvaart. This site is about 70 hectare large and unique in its autonomy.
All major roads to Amsterdam lead to the
Ring road, the A10.
* From Amersfoort, follow directions to Utrecht / Den Haag (The Hague).
* From Utrecht, Den Haag, Schiphol,
Haarlem and Zaandam, follow directions to Amersfoort.
Next, leave the A10 at junction S 113 / Watergraafsmeer / Ring East (ring Oost). At the bottom of the exit ramp, choose Watergraafsmeer / Science Park. You are now on the Middenweg. Follow the signs Science Park / Jaap Edenhal, till the first major crossing. Turn right. Now you are on the Kruislaan.
Once you have passed the railway viaduct (after approximately 1 kilometre) you are at Science Park Amsterdam.
By public transport
From Amsterdam Central Station you could either take the train or subway to Amstel Station, or you could take the train to Muiderpoort Station.
Bus line 40 takes you to Science Park Amsterdam. This circle bus line leaves about every 15 minutes from both Amstel Station and Muiderpoort Station.
If you prefer to walk for a bit, tram line 9 will take you to the crossing Middenweg / Kruislaan. You will enter the Science Park Amsterdam after approximately 1 kilometre, after passing the railway bridge.
Visiting Science Park Amsterdam
Visitors are welcome at Kruislaan 404. Its entrance you will find towards the end of the Kruislaan, in the vicinity of the Ringdijk. The building Matrix IV is the third on the left.
For travellers by bus: if you get out at stop Kruislaan 400, you will find the entrance directly opposite the stop.
For travellers by car: parking is free.