ECML/PKDD 2004, Pisa, Italy, September 20-24, 2004
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Conference Site

The conferences will be held at the Polo Didattico G. Carmignani — Piazza dei Cavalieri, newly renovated conference center of the University of Pisa, located in Piazza dei Cavalieri, in the historical center of Pisa (200 m. from Piazza dei Miracoli and the tower). This beautiful square is at walking distance from most hotels.

Enter this gate to ECML/PKDD 2004

The conference center is adjacent to Scuola Normale Superiore, a prestigious university school estabilished by Napoleone Bonaparte in 1813, located in the ancient Palazzo della Carovana in Piazza Cavalieri. It provides one auditorium with 340 seats, one 200 seats and two 100 seats.

The Center Hall
The Center Hall
Auditorium
Aula Galilei

Polo Piazza Cavalieri Map

Center Map

Galileo Galilei – one of the father of modern science – was born in Pisa in 1564
Leonardo Da Vinci – painter, mathematician, and engineer – was born in Vinci, close to Florence, in 1452
Fibonacci – or Leonardo Pisano, one of the father of number theory – was born in Pisa in 1170
Pietro Leopoldo – Granduca di Toscana – signed in Pisa in 1786 the edict that abolished death penalty in Tuscany – the first time in world history

Palazzo La Sapienza

Some workshops on Monday 20 and Friday 24, 2004, will be held at Palazzo La Sapienza, the main historical building of the University of Pisa, located in via Curtatone e Montanara (200m from the conference site in Piazza dei Cavalieri).

The University of Pisa was estabilished in Palazzo La Sapienza in 1343. The palace, which was later extended by Lorenzo and Cosimo de' Medici, develops around an elegant two-floor cloister. The conference events will take place in the Aula Magna Storica, downstairs, with a statue of Galileo Galilei, and the Aula Magna Nuova (first floor).

to Palazzo La Sapienza