Ryukoku Workshop 2008
Recent Progress on
Pattern Formation and Dynamics
in Mathematical Sciences
June 12-14, 2008
Yoshihisa Morita (
Hirokazu Ninomiya (
and the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), No.19340026
On June 12th (Thurs.) and 13th (Fri.)
Meeting room 619, 6th floor, Building No.1,
Access map & campus map:
On June 14th(Sat.)
Hall Hiei, Seta Urban Hotel
Patricia Bauman (
Xinfu Chen (
Bernard Helffer (Universite Paris Sud)
Hideo Ikeda (
Michinori Ishiwata (Muroran Institute of Technology)
Kazuhiro Kurata (
Tai-Chia Lin (
Tetsu Mizumachi (
Seiro Omata (
Daniel Phillips (
Yoshihiro Tonegawa (
All the invited speakers are accommodated in Seta Urban Hotel
in front of JR Seta station, which is the nearest station to Seta
Access to JR Seta station, Seta Urban Hotel and Ryukoku University
Kansai airport to JR Kyoto station:
Check the location of JR Kansai airport station in the site
You can take a limited express train "Haruka" for
You need to buy a special ticket for Haruka in addition to
a usual ticket. It costs totally about 3,500 yen. It takes
about 75 mins from the
airport station to
How to buy tickets: You have two ways:
(1) Go to a vending machine to buy tickets
is 1,830yen (for a train ticket) + 1,150yen (for a non-reserved
seat of Haruka). If you prefer a reserved seat, you pay extra
money 510yen. At
in order to go to Seta station. Then you pay 270yen for
Kyoto-Seta when you get off Seta station.
(2) Go to the desk of a JR ticket office and ask for the tickets.
In this case you can buy a train ticket to Seta station
(2,100yen) with the ticket for Haruka
Haruka is available every 30 minutes during 8:46 a.m
-- 9:16 p.m. The last one departs at 10:16 p.m.
Go to No.2 platform in Kyoto JR station and take a local train of
Biwako line for Maibara, Yasu, or Ogaki. All the local trains of
Biwako line are available at No.2 platform except for the
departure times,18:52,19:07 and19:22 of weekdays (those trains
are available at No.3 platform).
If you get off Haruka, you don't have to get
Be careful that you never get on any (special) rapid train of
Biwako line, also never get on a train of Kosei line.
The following is a list of stations
It takes about 20 minutes from
will stop at each station. If you got a wrong train, you would be
able to see it.
From Seta station to the hotel:
After getting off the train, go up a staircase and you see a gate.
Go through the gate and turn left, then you will get to a bus
terminal in front of the station. You see Seta Urban Hotel just
forward. There is a registration desk at the third floor, and
the entrance of the hotel is in the right side of the building.
From the hotel to
The bus stop for Ryukoku is located at the end of the
corner in the terminal. It is farthest from the station and
nearest from Seta Urban hotel.
Get on a bus of the lines No.11, No.211 and No.111 for the
about 10 mins to Ryukoku Campus by bus.
You easily see where you should get off, because only one stop
is available in the campus. When you get off, you have to pay
210 yen at the cash box near the front door of the bus.
Find the No.1 building, which is the biggest one located in the
center of the campus. The conference room is in the 6th floor in
the same building. A campus map is available at the site
Update:May 27th, 2008