2010 Robotics: Science and Systems, June 27-30, 2010
Paraninfo Building, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
The 2010 Robotics: Science and Systems conference will take place in Zaragoza, a warm, lively and historical city in NE Spain. The city was founded under roman emperor Caesar Augustus (and thus its name) around 14 BC and offers a host of historical sights covering its Roman, Islamic and Christian epochs. Nowadays it’s the fifth city in Spain with 700,000 habitants, a great nightlife and some of the best tapas bars in the world.
Zaragoza has a Continental Mediterranean climate, very dry, with cold winters and hot summers. With an average of 318 mm per year, rainfall is a rarity mostly occurring in spring. There is drought in summer with only a few storms in the late afternoon. In late June temperatures are typically around 30°C (86°F), reaching occasionally 40°C (104°F). In hot days the city seems deserted at midday, but in the evening it is again bustling with people going out for dinner or having a drink with friends in a terrace.
The RSS conference and will take place at the Paraninfo Building of the University of Zaragoza, located at Paseo de Pamplona 1, in front of Plaza Paraíso, in the very city centre.
Sunday workshops will take place at the School of Economics and Business Administration, Universidad de Zaragoza, just behind the Paraninfo Building.