Kansai International Airport (KIX) in Osaka is the most accessible international airport to Kyoto. From KIX, Limited Express trains, airport limousines or share-ride taxi provides quick and easy transportation to Kyoto. From Tokyo's Narita Airport (NRT), domestic flight to Osaka area or "Shinkansen" bullet train is available to reach Kyoto. For more information, see Kyoto city official travel guide: http://kyoto.travel/en
Kyoto City Bus provides frequent access to Kyoto University Main Campus from downtown and Kyoto station. However, it should be noticed that several bus routes are subject to be crowded and delayed. Visitors may consider using subway connecting to bus. The detail information in public transportation, including route map and fare rate, is found at Kyoto City Bus & Subway Information Guide: https://www2.city.kyoto.lg.jp/kotsu/webguide/en/index.html
The official access information by Kyoto University Main Campus is http://www.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/access/yoshida/main.html.
Take Kyoto City bus #3 (for Kitashirakawa) or #17 (for Ginkakuji) and get off at Hyakumanben (百万遍)
Take Kyoto City bus #201 (Northbound via Hyakumanben) or #206 (Northbound for Kitaoji via Takano) and Kyodai Seimon Mae (京大正門前)
Simplified campus map, indicating conference venue, bas stops and restaurants available with meal tickets (click to download pdf)
Google map of conference venue, bus stops and banquet site, any request is welcome.
Banquet is held at The Westin Miyako Kyoto near Keage station on Subway Tozai Line, see
The venue will open at 18:00 and banquet starts at 19:00.
From Kyoto University, shuttle to the banquet venue is available. The attendee shall gather in front of University Museum (see above campus map) at 17:30-18:30.
Nobel Laureate Prof. SUZUKI special symposium
Superconducting materials and applications
Thermoelectric materials for sustainable development - ACT2017 (AAT)
Materials frontier for transparent advanced electronics
Magnetic oxide thin films and hetero-structures
Synthesis of functional materials for next generation innovative devices applications
Flyer (Second circular / Call for papers)