The symposium venue: 79013 Bandera Street, 12, Lviv, Ukraine, the main building of Lviv Polytechnic National University.

The Symposium is held in Lviv.
Lviv is is the largest city in western Ukraine and the seventh-largest city in the country overall, with a population of around 730 000. Lviv is one of the main cultural centres of Ukraine and the whole Central and Eastern Europe. The historic city centre is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Lviv was founded in 1256 by King Daniel of Galicia in the Ruthenian principality of Halych-Volhynia and named in honour of his son Lev. In 1356 the city was granted with Magdeburg rights which implied that all city issues were to be resolved by a city council elected by the wealthy citizens. The city council seal of the 14th century stated Civitatis Lembvrgensis. This started a period of accelerated development.
Lviv is an administrative center in western Ukraine with more than a millennium of history as a settlement, and over seven centuries as a city. Prior to the creation of the modern state of Ukraine, Lviv had been part of numerous states and empires, including, under the name Lwów, Poland and later the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; under the name Lemberg, the Austrian Empire; Ukrainian People's Republic after World War I and the Soviet Union.

For more detailed information about the city please visit Lviv Convention Bureau, or Lviv Official City Travel Site

Lviv Polytechnic National University
On March 7 1816 , the Tsisar-Royal Real School was opened in Lviv then territory of the Austrian empire. A technical school was established with the help of the newly introduced local industrial tax. In the curricula of the Royall School, the main focus was assigned to the subjects of the natural-mathematical cycle, drawing, drawing and the study of new modern languages.
On November 4 1844 the school was upgraded to the Technical Academy Lemberg. The school had two departments – technical and commercial. Education lasted three years.
November 15, 1877: Inauguration of the new rector – professor of architecture Julian Zachariewicz. On the same day, consecration of newly constructed school's building took place.
Nowadays Lviv Polytechnic National University is the largest scientific university in Lviv with about 35000 students. Since its foundation in 1816, it has been one of the most important centres of science and technological development in Central Europe.
The modern structure of the university includes: 16 educational institutes (as well as the Institute of distance learning and the International Institute of Education, Culture and Relations with the Diaspora ); Research Centre, Scientific and technical library, 8 colleges, two gymnasiums, 34 teaching and laboratory buildings.


Important Dates

Late paper submission:
22 July 2018

Paper submission:
10 May 2018
24 May 2018

Paper acceptance:
24 July 2018
21 August 2018

Payment confirmation:
25 August 2018

Camera-ready papers:
05 September 2018

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