5th - 7th September, 2007, NUI Maynooth, Ireland.

Supported by:

NUI Maynooth
Computer Vision and Imaging
Laboratory

IPRCS
Failte Ireland


Location

Maynooth is located 15 miles west of Dublin in Co. Kildare, Ireland's equestrian and golfing heartland (and home to the 2006 Ryder Cup). It is a pleasant 18th century planned town, best known for its seminary, St. Patrick's College, where Catholic Priests have been trained since 1795.

The venue for the conference is the John Hume Building on the North campus of the National University of Ireland (NUI), Maynooth. To learn more about NUI Maynooth click here and the local area click here.
Map showing location of Maynooth relative to Dublin city and Dublin International airport.

Travel Information

Getting to Maynooth from Dublin Airport using public tansport

Take the bus from the Airport to Dublin City Centre, Connolly Street Station.

The Airport is linked to Dublin by:

The regular city buses from the airport to the city centre pass the Drumcondra Rail Station which is on the Connolly-Maynooth line, so it is possible to save time by getting off at Drumcondra rather than continuing to the city centre.

Once in Dublin city centre you can travel to Maynooth either by Bus or by Train.

Bus services to Maynooth from Dublin city centre, Pearse Street

To find the full time table click here: http://www.dublinbus.ie/

Train service to Maynooth from Dublin City Centre, Connely Station


Getting a taxi to Maynooth from Dublin Airport

If choosing this option it is recommended that you use Maynooth-based taxi to come to Maynooth from Dublin Airport rather than an airport taxi because the fare will be significantly less. Here are a few numbers of Maynooth-based taxis.

Express Cabs +353-1-628-9866
Maynooth Cabs +353-1-628-9999
MCL Cabs +353-1-628-6539
Major Minor Cabs +353-1-601-6160

The cost of a regular taxi from Dublin to Maynooth is approximately € 55. You can prebook a Maynooth taxi with any of the above companies before you fly so that the driver will be waiting to meet you when you arrive; they'll ask for your flight number so that the driver can check for flight delays. This system isn't perfect, so keep the phone number on you in case you don't see the driver when you arrive.


Driving to Maynooth from Dublin Airport


Detailed transport and location information for Maynooth (including maps and aerial views of the campus) are available on the University website at http://www.nuim.ie/location/.