The conference will be held at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor, UK, August 29-31, 2008. Cumberland lodge is a former royal residence given to the nation in 1946 by the late Queen Mother. It is an ideal setting for a productive and enjoyable conference, providing world-class conference facilities in an ideal location that resonates with centuries of historical significance, dating back to the mid 17th century. Set in the heart of Windsor Great Park, yet only 27 miles from London and a short distance from Heathrow, it is perfectly placed for visitors from home and abroad. Food and domestic standards are very high and the atmosphere is that of a friendly country house. As you are planning your trip to Windsor, please consult the following travel advice from Cumberland Lodge.
Due to recently received sponsorship from the EPSRC, we are now pleased to offer a reduced registration rate of £320 (£250 for students) that includes the conference fee, all accommodation and meals for the duration of the conference (10:00 on Friday, August 29 to 16:00 on Sunday, August 31), and a printed copy of the proceedings. Participants may register for TAIC PART 2008 by downloading the registration form, as a DOC or PDF file, and then returning it by fax or email. Please refer to the registration form for more details about the submission of the registration documents and payments.
Registration must be completed by August 19, 2008. Moreover, we suggest that you register quickly since places at the conference are very limited and priority is given to paper presenters. Since the Cumberland Lodge has no vacancies before or after TAIC PART 2008, conference attendees who intend to stay in the United Kingdom before August 29 or after August 31 cannot stay at the conference hotel. Please consult a list of accommodation alternatives for suggestions concerning lodging that is close to the Cumberland Lodge. Participants are encouraged to contact the conference organizers if they require visa invitation letters or have other questions about TAIC PART 2008.