11th IEEE International Conference on
Advanced Video and Signal-Based Surveillance
August 26-29, 2014 HanaSquare, Korea University, Seoul, Korea
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Workshop proposals : Feb 25, 2014
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Mar 1, 2014 → Mar 31, 2014
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Mar 30, 2014 → June 4, 2014
Camera ready : June 22, 2014
Early registration :June 22, 2014
Conference : Aug 26-29
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Venue : Hana Square, Korea University
 
Hana Square - This gigantic structure of 28,099㎡ stretching from east to west in front of the Science Library includes one story above ground and three below. Appearing like a ship floating on the ocean, the structure boasts grand beauty with a charming and practical design. Winner of the Award of Excellence in the 25th Seoul Architectural Work Award, it now stands as a proud landmark of KU (Korea University).
 
Address

Hana Square, Korea University, Science and Engineering Campus (College of Engineering)
        Anam-dong 5-ga, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul, Korea

        (Note:  Korea University has a very large campus (2 miles diameter) with many gates.  Hence, please mention "Engineering College = "GoryoDae Gong Dae" when asking for direction.)

 
Map & direction
Please click the image for larger view
 
Available list of transportation to Hana Square
  • By Subway : Get off at Anam Station subway (close to Korea University College of Engineering)  line 6 (Brown Line). Take exit number 4. It takes 5 minutes to Hana Square by foot.  (Note that  the next stop is Korea Univ Station, which is Liberal Art campus of Korea University, which takes 20 min on foot to get back to Engineering College campus.)
  • By Taxi : The fare of regular taxi starts from KRW 3,000, while deluxe taxis start from KRW 5,000. Most taxi drivers know the direction to Korea University Engineering College Hanasquare (pronounced as 'Go-Ryo Dae-hak-kyo GongDae Hanasquare').  (Note: taxi drivers may erronesouly take you to the Liberal Art campus of Korea University.  So, make sure to say you want to go to the Engineering College campus of Korea University)
  • By Bus : Finding nearby bus stop at current your position. Bus stop provides list of bus numbers stop by with bus routes. Some of the typical bus stop at Korea university includes #273 (blue), 1111 (greed), 1212 (green)
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    Transportation from Incheon international airport to Korea University, please refer to Travel menu.
     
    From Incheon International Airport to Korea University
    1. By Subway:
    Take Airport Railroad, transfer to Line 6 at Gongdeok Station, and exit at Anam Station
     
    Airport Railroad Incheon Int'l Airport Station
    Transfer Gongdeok Station
    Line 6 Anam. Station
    It takes 5 minutes on foot from a No. 1 exit.
     
     
    2. By Limousine Bus:
     
     
    Please take an airport limousine bus from the Incheon int'l airport, which is one of the fastest and most convenient ways to the hotel.
     
        - Holiday inn Seonbuk Seoul : 6101 [1st floor, Platform No.3B,10A]
     
        - Lotte Hotel Seoul : 6701 [1st floor, Platform No. 4B, 11A]
     
        - JW Marriott Dongdaemun Square Seoul : 6002 [1st floor, Platform No. 5B,12A]
     
        - The Plaza Hotel : 6701 [1st floor, Platform No. 4B, 11A]
     
    Using subway transportation card and refund
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    Seoul Subway Line

    PDF file : Seoul_Metro_Map.pdf

    City
     
    Seoul has developed into a bustling metropolis, acting as the hub for political, economic, social, and cultural matters. The Han River runs through the heart of the city. The river divides the city in two; the northern part of the city is a focal point for culture and history, while the southern part is well known for its business district. In Seoul you can find ancient palaces and Royal Shrines of the Joseon Dynasty, as well as Seoul World Cup Stadium, 63 CITY building, Lotte World, Han River, Namsan, Bukhansan Mountain National Park, Daehangno, Insa-dong, Itaewon, Myeong-dong, Apgujeong, Namdaemun and Dongdaemun Markets.
     
     
    For more information
  • http://english.seoul.go.kr/cav/main.php
  • http://www.visitseoul.net/en/index.do?_method=main
  • Some guide book in pdf
  • 1. Seoul Travel Guide
    2. Seoul Tourist Map
    3. Seoul Dining
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