July 9–19, 2007
Wrocław — Poland


  • 34th International Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming
  • 22nd Annual IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science
  • Logic Colloquium 2007
  • 9th ACM-SIGPLAN International Symposium on Principles and Practice of Declarative Programming
Institute of Computer Science


Building of the Institute of Computer Science

Most of the conference talks will be given in the building of the Institute of Computer Science of the University of Wrocław located at

ul. Fryderyka Joliot-Curie 15

This is the official address, but it is seldom used and most of taxi drivers will not know where the street is. Moreover it can be easily mistaken with another street named after Fryderyk Joliot-Curie's mother in law. Thus it is worth to remember that the Institute is located just next to the North end of Grunwaldzki Bridge, which is one of the Wrocław landmarks, and that its car parking and main entrace open to Polaka Str.

To help you locate our building we took a photo of it and its surroundings. Take also a look at an older photo, its full version and a picture from a different angle.

Lecture halls

The following lecture halls will be used in our building:

Code in the schedule Name Entrance locations
GW Great Western Lecture Hall ground floor (door no. 12 and 13), first floor (door no. 116)
GE Great Eastern Lecture Hall ground floor (door no. 25 and 27), first floor (door no. 121)
SW Small Western Lecture Hall first floor (door no. 118A and 118B)
SE Small Eastern Lecture Hall first floor (door no. 119A and 119B)
room 141 Classroom 141 first floor
room 222 Classroom 222 second floor
room 223 Classroom 223 second floor
room 325 Classroom 325 third floor

CHEM lecture hall

Joint LICS/LC invited lectures on Saturday, July 14th and possibly also joint ICALP/LICS invited lectures on Friday, July 13th will be held in a huge lecture hall (CHEM) in a neighbouring building of the Chemistry Department located at

ul. Fryderyka Joliot-Curie 14

within 3 minutes walk from our building.


Computer beamers and PC computers or laptops running M$ Windows with Adobe Acrobat Reader and M$ Power Point installed and USB ports and CD/DVD drives will be provided in all lecture halls. Linux is also available on request. You may use your own laptop connected to the beamers as well. If you need connection to the Internet or any special hardware or software for your talk, please contact the organizers in advance.

OHP projectors (epidiascopes) will also be provided.

All lecture rooms are equipped either with blackboards and chalk or whiteboards and markers. Great Lecture Halls and the lecture hall in the Chemistry building are equipped with microphones and speakers.


Lunches will be served in rooms 104, 105, 106, 138, 139, 140 and 141 at the first floor of our building.

Perhaps this is not the most scenic place to lunch but we could not find any better room in a walking distance that is huge enough.


Wireless Internet in the whole CS building and about 25 computers in room 110 will be available for the conference participants.