Europe - Romania - Iasi

International
Conference on
Applied
Analysis and
Differential
Equations

September 4-9, 2006
Iasi, Romania

Travel directions
The closest airport is Iasi International Airport, located about 15 km from the hotels and university campus.

From the Iasi Airport, downtown hotels and conference location can be reached within 30 minutes by car.

For foreign participants, two possibilities are available:

Direct flight (with CARPATAIR, http://www.carpatair.com) from one of following airports: Bologna, Torino, Munchen, Stuttgart (and others) to Iasi International Airport. Please consult flight timetable of CARPATAIR Company in indicated web location.

Fly to Bucharest (see www.otp-airport.ro) with your favourite company and then from Bucharest to Iasi using internal fly of TAROM Company (please consult timetable of TAROM at http://www.tarom.ro/english/index.php) or the services of Romanian Railway Company (http://www.infofer.ro/default_engleza.asp?lng=2).

About the city
Information about the host city of Iasi are available at http://www.iasi.ro/about.html and on the web site of “Al. I. Cuza” University at http://www.uaic.ro/default.php?t=site&pgid=202.

Universities in Iasi: the University "Al.I. Cuza" (the oldest university in Romania, founded in 1864), the "Gh. Asachi" Technical University, the "Grigore T. Popa" University of Medicine and Pharmacy, the "Ion Ionescu de la Brad Agronomical University, the Academy of Art, the Catholic Theological Institute.

IASI is the most important historical, economic, and cultural center in Northeast Romania. The archaeological researches have discovered in this area traces of the ancient Culture of Cucuteni, flourishing about 5000 years ago.

Iasi City is documentary certified from the 14th century during the reign of Alexandru cel Bun. The name of Iasi City is bound up with the so-called "golden period" of the Romanian culture. At the beginning of the 19th century, here was established the first high education school in Romanian. In 1860 Al.I.Cuza founded, in Iasi, the first university within Romania.

Many Romanian personalities lived, studied, worked and created in Iasi. The city is well known as a major cultural city.