The 2015 PRIME Conference will be hosted at the University of Glasgow in the city of Glasgow, Scotland

PRIME 2015 will be held in the Western Infirmary Lecture Theatre (WILT) in the University of Glasgow. The WILT is a self contained complex containing a 292 seat lecture theatre, a foyer area which is ideal for catering/exhibits and two seminar rooms.

WILT Location

The WILT is just a one-minute walking distance from the Computing Science Department, and a few minutes away from a variety of cafés, pubs, bistros and restaurants. The WILT is building B9 on maps of the campus. It is most easily accessed via University Place, off Byres Road just south of University Avenue.

Internet Access

The Western Infirmary Lecture Theatre complex is served by wireless internet, which will be available to delegates for free.

Getting to PRIME 2015 at Glasgow

We suggest that you conduct your own research to check the suitability and plan your itinerary.

By Air

The major airlines to Glasgow International Airport are: British Airways, Emirates, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways, Thomas Cook and KLM. Apart from major airlines, the following low-cost airlines connect Glasgow to the rest of the UK, Europe, and North America.

By Rail

Glasgow Central Station is a key hub in the UK rail network and provides convenient connection from London and other major UK cities. Glasgow Queen Street Station is the second main line station situated in the city centre, providing excellent links to the rest of Scotland.
For information on rail travel within the UK contact the 24 hour National Rail Enquiries Line on 08457 48 49 50. For more information on individual rail operators or to book tickets on-line, please visit any of the following sites:

  • Virgin Trains and Great North Eastern Railway (GNER) operate direct routes to Glasgow Central Station from London's Euston and Kings Cross stations respectively.
  • The Trainline - this site is a no-nonsense, direct approach to on-line train travel booking. Use this link to find out times, book tickets and reserve seats from any train operator in the mainland UK.
  • BritRail - this site provides information on special rail passes such as the Freedom of Scotland Travel Pass which are only available to international travellers. You will also find timetables and details on where to purchase and how to use BritRail Passes. BritRail Passes are not available in the UK and must be purchased outside the UK.
  • First ScotRail - Here you will find details on the West Highland Line, the North Highland Line and Caledonian Sleepers (overnight trains from Scotland to London). You will also find timetables, special ticket offers and other useful travel links.

Western Infirmary Lecture Theatre is the Blue T shaped building B9, in lower left of the map near the the word Western Infirmary.