February 28, 2023 to March 2, 2023
Europe/Dublin timezone


Trinity College Dublin is situated in central Dublin and can be reached from Dublin Airport via several bus routes or by taxi. Unfortunately there is no train connection. More general travel instructions can be found on the university's website.

The most convenient method is by taxi. There are taxi ranks at both terminals, or if you prefer you can request a pick up using the Free Now taxi app. The estimated fare is €23-35. Ireland does not have Lyft or Uber. 

The airport is served by the city's public bus service, Dublin Bus, on Route 16 and Route 41. Both will take you to the city centre. The No. 41 terminates on Abbey Street, just across the river from Trinity, while the No. 16 will bring you closer to the university. Note that Dublin Bus does not accept cards — you must pay with coins (no change given) or by Ireland's transport Leap Card. The fare is €2.60.

There are also private airport bus options, Dublin Express and Aircoach, that run frequent transfers from the airport to the city centre for roughly €7.


The meeting will be held in the HMI facilities in the Hamilton Building, at the east end of the main campus of Trinity College. More detailed instructions for how to find the HMI rooms will be available soon.