Cloudy Workshop 2017

A Cloudy Workshop will be held in the School of Mathematics and Physics, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland from: Monday 31 July 2017 - Friday 4 August 2017 (inclusive).


The registration fee for the Workshop is 100 UK pounds sterling, which covers the costs of lunches, coffee breaks and one evening meal (the Cloudy Workshop dinner) over the 5 days of the Workshop. Please use this link to register and pay the fee.

Please direct any enquiries about registration to Emma Finnegan

Note that there is no deadline for registration. However, there are a limited number of places available at the Workshop, and hence it is strongly advised to register as soon as possible.


Participants will need to arrange and pay for their own travel and accommodation costs.

There are many hotels near Queen’s University, and 4 of these are offering the discounted Queen’s University rate to Workshop participants - when booking, state that you are attending the Cloudy Workshop and quote code TEDOFSCHOOL.

Links to the websites of the 4 hotels are given below, along with the single room cost per night for bed and breakfast:

In addition to hotels, Queen’s has its own student accommodation which is available to visitors during holiday periods, at a cost of 43.50 pounds per night (ensuite room). Their website is available at this link.

Should accommodation not be available in any of the above, information on other hotels close to Queen’s University may be found from TripAdvisor.

Note that the months of July and August are very popular for visitors to Belfast, and hence participants are strongly advised to book their accommodation as soon as possible once their registration is confirmed.


The Workshop will be held in the Teaching Centre of the School of Mathematics and Physics. A map showing the location of the Centre may be found here, and a more general map of the University area may be found here. Note that the building labelled 4 on this map is the Teaching Centre.

Information on Belfast

Information on things to do in Belfast, including on restaurants and cafes, may be found at VisitBelfast.

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