Attending Information

Conference Venue
 Website:http://www.cnccchina.com/en/default.aspx
 China  National Convention Center
 No.7 Tianchen East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100105 China
 Tel:+86 10 8437 3300
 
 China National Convention  Center (CNCC)



CNCC is ideally located in the heart of the Olympic Green, adjacent to the National Stadium (Bird Nest), the National Aquatics Center (Water Cube) and the National Indoor Stadium. The center is China's most versatile international conference venue ideal for congresses, meetings, exhibitions, banquets, product launches, corporate annual dinners, etc. CNCC is also connected with hotels and shopping mall. Surrounded by wide avenues in the Northern Beijing, it is easily accessible by public transportation.  You can show the map to the taxi driver to take you to the hotel.


Location of CNCC


Map of CNCC


Traffic Routes

Hotel
 1.China National Convention Center (CNCC) Grand Hotel      Hotel Reservation
 http://www.cnccgrandhotel.com/
 
 Building 1, No. 8 Precincts, Beichen West Road, Chaoyang District
 Tel: +86 10 8437 2008
 Fax: +86 10 8437 0387
 Reservation Please Contact:
 Tel: +86 10 8437 0690

 China National Convention Center (CNCC) Grand Hotel
 Hotel Booking for foreign attendee(Except Conf. 9):
 http://meeting.cnccgrandhotel.com/m168/hotel_s_reg.aspx

 China National Convention Center (CNCC) Grand Hotel
 Hotel Booking for Chinese attendee(Except Conf. 9):
 http://meeting.cnccgrandhotel.com/m168/hotel_s_reg_cn.aspx 


 

2.Yayuncun Hotel
 Address: 8 Beichen East Road, Chaoyang District
Contact: 周经理,010-64991233

Yayuncun Hotel
Hotel Booking for Chinese attendee(Except Conf. 9):
http://huiyuangongyu.com.cn/e/order/mpass.php?classid=17&id=185  
Password: 123

Yayuncun Hotel
 Hotel Booking for foreign attendee(Except Conf. 9):
 http://huiyuangongyu.com.cn/e/order/en_mpass.php?classid=64&id=192
Password: 123


About Beijing

The Palace Museum

The Palace Museum was commissioned by the third Emperor of the Ming   Dynasty, Emperor Yong Le. The palace was built between 1406 and 1420,   but was burnt down, rebuilt, sacked and renovated countless times, so   most of the architecture you can see today dates from the 1700's and on   wards. The Forbidden City was the seat of Imperial power for 500 years,   and is now a major tourist attraction in China. The total area of the   complex is 183 acres, so it takes quite a while to walk through,   especially if you want to have a close look at everything. All together   there are 9,999 1/2 rooms in the Museum, not all of which can be   visited.




 The Temple of Heaven

The Temple of Heaven was  initially built in the eighteenth year of   the Ming Dynasty (in 1420). Situated  in the southern part of the city,   it covers an area of 273 hectares. It is a  place where Emperors from   both the Ming and Qing Dynasties' traveled to worship  and to pray for   good harvest. The northern part of the Temple is round in  contrast to   the southern part, which is square, implying that "the sky is  round and   the earth is square" to symbolize both heaven and earth. There  are a   lot of prominent places in this park such as the Circular Mound Altar,    the Imperial Vault of Heaven, the Long Corridor, the Echo Wall, the   Seven-Star  Stone and many other areas of historic interest and   panoramic beauty. In 1998,  it was included in the "List of World   Heritages" by the United  Nation's Educational, Scientific and Cultural   Organization.




   The Great Wall at Badaling

The Great Wall at Badaling is located in Yanqing County, which is   about 60 kilometers northwest of Beijing. It is widely known as the most   representative section of the "Great Wall" from the Ming Dynasty. Well   laid out with huge uniform bricks, the wall was built on the ridges of   the mountains. Various beacon towers were erected at strategic points   along the wall. Badaling is a place of strategic importance and its wall   is both tall and sturdy. With its many beacon towers, the wall looks   magnificent and best epitomizes the magnificence of traditional Chinese   architecture.




 The Summer Palace

The history of Summer Palace extends as far back as 800 years. In 115   B.C, when the Jin Dynasty made Beijing--then called Yanjing-- its   capital, it built an imperial palace that was then referred to as the   Golden Hill Palace. The structure still remains on the present site of   what residents and tourists both recognize as the Summer Palace of   Beijing.

Important Dates

Conference Date

7-9 July 2019


Onsite Registration Date

7 July 2019

Online Registration Open

11 March 2019


Abstract Submission Deadline

31 May 2019 (Final)

Full Paper Submission Deadline(SPIE)

30 July 2019


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