The Conference will be held at Robinson College, Cambridge
Robinson College is one of the newest colleges in the University of Cambridge. It was founded with a donation by the entrepreneur and philanthropist Sir David Robinson and formally opened in 1981. It now has 80 Fellows, and around 400 undergraduate and 100 graduate students.
The red-brick main block houses the majority of the undergraduates, library, chapel and our excellent dining and conferencing facilities. In addition there are a number of older houses dating back to the 1890's, converted for college use and new accommodation blocks. The whole site centres around the large tranquil garden and lake.
Opened as a purpose-built conference centre, Robinson College has been excelling as a conference venue for over 30 years by exceeding expectations. The College occupies a central location with easy access and parking and offers comfortable well-appointed study bedrooms. The lecture theatres boast state of the art audio visual facilities supported by trained technicians. Robinson College also has a reputation for outstanding food and great service and in addition, claims to offer the most sustainable conference services in Cambridge.
Accommodation in en-suite bedrooms is available at the College.
Within 2 miles (5 minutes) of M11 motorway and easy for the station; on the western edge of the City; yet just a short walk to the historical centre; with dedicated nearby parking (bookable by Conference Organisers), the College is convenience personified. To view the University map, please click here