Advances in Representation Theory of Algebras VIII

June 15-19, 2020
Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario



ARTA 2021: An online special edition of Advances in Representation Theory of Algebras will be held in May, 2021 in honor of our colleague Andrzej Skowroński, who passed away in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit the website for the 2021 conference here.

ARTA VIII Postponed: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the eighth in-person edition of Advances in Representation Theory of Algebras at Queen's University will be postponed until June, 2023 (tentatively). Please expect more updates soon.

Registration

To be announced.

Lodging

To be announced.

Transportation

The home airport of Kingston is the Norman Rogers Airport, but the airport only offers service from and to Toronto. On the other hand, Kingston is close to the following cities with major airports:

City By Car By Bus By Train
Ottawa
(195 km)
2 hours via highways ON-416 and ON-401 2.5 hours by Greyhound, 25+ CAD 2 hours by VIA Rail, 45+ CAD
Toronto
(262 km)
3 hours via ON-401 3.5 hours by Megabus, 50 CAD 2.5 hours by VIA Rail, 58+ CAD
Montreal
(288 km)
3 hours vis ON-401 3 ours by Megabus, 10+ CAD 2.25 hours by VIA Rail, 45+ CAD
Syracuse
(210 km)
2.25 hours visa I-81 not available not available

All traveling times and ticket prices above are for one way, and the prices are subject to change. Note that Syracuse is in New York, USA, but flights to Syracuse may be cheaper than those to the Canadian airports. Click here for more detailed directions to Kingston and Queen's University.

Travel Documents

One may need a visa or an Electronic Travel Authorization to visit Canada. Processing times for visas can be quite long, so please make sure you complete your application early if you need one. Details on travel document requirements for Canada can be found at this page.

If your transit to Canada stops at other countries, including the United States, please make sure you satisfy their travel requirements as well.

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