Date and Place of the School
17-22 July 2017, Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
There is no registration fee.
Lectures will be delivered in English.
Citizens of a large number of nations (including EU, US, Canada, Russia, Japan, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, a number of South-East-Asian countries and Hong Kong passport holders) enjoy visa-free entry to Thailand for up to 30 days. Some others (including India, mainland China and Taiwan passport holders) can obtain a visa-on-arrival at the airport for up to 15 days.
Participants are expected to arrange their own accommodations, though the organizers can provide some advice in this matter. Reservations should not be difficult to make via, e.g., booking.com or other similar sites, or by contacting the hotels directly. Being an epicenter of a gigantic tourist industry, Bangkok offers plentiful accommodations at all luxury levels, priced considerably lower than the general international standards. It should not be difficult to find housing within 1km of the university. (Very) basic accommodations can start at as low as 400 baht/night for a private room, for example, at Cozy Bangkok or White Lodge.
- Cozy Bangkok: http://www.cozybangkok.com/c1/index.php/en/
- White Lodge: http://www.soidb.com/bangkok/hotel/white-lodge.html