NEW Conference locations.
The Conference will be held at Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu's Rector's Building, across-the-street Faculty of Letters and History ground and first floor, and Academic Center ground and first floor. The Opening Ceremony will be held in Aula Magna of ULBS. Maps are available by clicking above links.
Travel between Aula Magna and the main ULBS buildings takes about 10 minutes walk across a park and a historical area.
Cars can be parked in the ULBS Rectorate private parking, upon request to email@example.com
SIBIU, FORMER EUROPEAN CAPITAL OF CULTURE
The Ninth Edition of the RoEduNet Conference will be hosted in Sibiu,
about 300 km N-W from the Romanian capital Bucharest.
Sibiu was the European Capital of Culture in 2007.
The Citadel of Sibiu was for centuries one of the largest and best fortified
in Europe. Sibiu is beautiful; indeed a delight for the eyes. Eerie eaves shaped
like eyes peer down from the buildings that line the narrow, medieval streets.
At the center of it all stands the proud fortress-church, built by the original
German settlers in Gothic sturdiness.
History surrounds Sibiu like a defensive wall. The outlines of Sibiu's many
churches have dominated her sky line since early times. Sibiu is dotted with
many areas of parkland, intimate gardens and attractive tree-lined boulevards.
Sibiu's pulling power is stronger in spring, the season of chestnuts in blossom,
and the start of various festivals. Sibiu, and Sibiu area, contains the largest
concentration of tourist attractions in Romania.
During the Conference, WLAN access will be available through the ULBS
Public Hotspots or via EDUROAM, so bring your laptops with you! An Internet Access point with
several computers will also be available.
The Conference will be held at "Lucian Blaga" University of Sibiu's
Rector's Building and across-the-street
Faculty of Letters and History ground
and first floor. Maps are available
by clicking above links.
TRAVEL TO SIBIU
Sibiu International Airport is directly connected with Airports in Bucharest, Rome, Milan, Timisoara, Vienna, Madrid, Stuttgart, London and München. Carpatair
offers daily connections to several italian and german cities, through his hub in Timisoara. Tarom, the national carrier,
flies at least once a day from Sibiu to Munich and also does Lufthansa. Blue Air connects Sibiu two times a week, to London, Madrid and Stuttgart. Austrian Airlines offers daily
flights to Vienna. Please refer to Tarom,
Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, BlueAir or Carpatair
for connections to domestic and international flights.
The train remains the easiest, cheapest and most comfortable way to get to
Sibiu. From Bucharest, there are several trains daily to Sibiu (round trip in
the morning and in the night). For more information, visit the Romanian
For informations about the visa requirement in order to travel in Romania,
please visit the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.
Bookings for this reserved accommodation can be made on the "Venue Confirmation" page using your account on the conference website. Hotel reservations should be made as early as possible and these special rates will be offered on a space availability basis only. All participants are responsible for paying the balance of their account when checking out. Due to hotel requirements all bookings must be confirmed by Monday 15 May. After this date bookings cannot be guaranteed. Please book early to avoid disappointment.
Hotel with special arrangement for the Conference:
Hotel Ibis Sibiu *** (5 min walk from the University)
Address: Calea Dumbravii 2-4, 550324 Sibiu
special RoEduNet Conference rates 40€ SGl/50€ DBL all taxes and breakfast included
Other recommended accommodation:
Hotel Continental Forum Sibiu *** (5 mins. walk)
Address: Piata Unirii 10, 550173 Sibiu
special RoEduNet Conference rates 50€ SGl/60€ DBL all taxes and breakfast included
A limited number of tickets will be available for the first participants submitting
- Museum Visit, Brukenthal Palace or other museum from the Brukenthal Complex
The Brukenthal Palace is one of the most remarkable monuments in late baroque
style in Romania. It was erected between 1778-1788 as an official residence
for Samuel von Brukenthal and as a shelter for his collections. The European
painting collection of the Baron Samuel von Brukenthal includes a number
of about 1,200 works belonging to the main European painting schools of
the 15th up to the 18th century: Flemish-Dutch, German and Austrian, Italian,
Spanish and French. The
present exhibit offers visitors the possibility to compare the main
artistic movements and styles from the Renaissance to the Rococo.