The conference will be held on the historic campus of the University of Tartu, located in the heart of Estonia’s second-largest city, Tartu.
The conference venue is a short walk away from most hotels and the bus station. The main conference venue for panel sessions as well as the keynote lecture is the main building of the University of Tartu (Ülikooli 18). The University of Tartu Main Building is one of the finest specimens of neoclassical architecture in Estonia. It was built according to design by the university's architect Johann Wilhelm Krause in 1804-1809. All important events in the life of the university have been celebrated in its main hall since then.
Some sessions of the conference will be held at the University of Tartu Delta Centre (Narva Road 18), the newest study and research building of our university. The University of Tartu Delta Centre brings together a vibrant community of students, researchers and innovators in the fields of computer science, robotics, technology, mathematics, statistics, economics, management and business. The Delta Centre combines learning, excellence in research and the challenges of business and society, creating innovative solutions for economic and social progress. The building was opened in 2020.