The fifth ACM SIGCHI Symposium on

Engineering Interactive Computing Systems

City University London, UK, June 24–27, 2013

Getting There

City University is located close to central London in an area renowned for its digital start-ups and usability agencies. It is at the gateway to one of the world’s most dynamic financial and commercial centres.

EICS 2013 will be held in the historic College Building on St. John Street. See City University’s maps of the area.

If you are staying in a local hotel, walking is the best way to get to the conference. Otherwise, we strongly recommend that you take one of the many public transport options. See the Transport for London web-site for details.

By Underground

The nearest underground stations are:

College Building is between five and ten minutes walk from any of these underground stations.

By Bus

Bus routes 4, 56, 153 go directly past the University.

By Train

Travel by rail to any London terminus and then by underground, by bus, or on foot.

By Car

Travel by car is not recommended. It is slow and parking in London is not easy! If you must travel by car, parking in the roads surrounding the University is at parking meters.