During CAiSE ’22, a lot of social activities are being organized. Every evening you will be able to attend an activity at one of Leuven’s finest locations. Please note that these activities are included in your registration fee, but that registration for these activities (in Step 4 of the registration) is obliged. According to the registration fee of your choice, you will be able to attend several activities.
After the first day of workshops, we organize a workshop network dinner at Museum M. Have a drink with your colleagues in the lovely garden of Museum M, a green oasis in the heart of the city. All workshop participants will receive a ticket to visit the Museum during opening hours. You can find more information on https://www.mleuven.be/en/practical-information. Please book your place while registering for the conference.
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Museum M | Leopold Vanderkelenstraat 28 | Leuven | www.mleuven.be/en
On the eve of the CAiSE ‘22 main conference, we organize a Welcome Reception for all participants at the Jubilee Hall. The Jubilee Hall is property of KU Leuven and is located in the University Halls, which has served as the university’s central building since 1432. The building itself dates from 1317 and was originally used as a cloth hall. Today it houses the Rectoral Offices and the Registrar’s Office. Its majestic, gothic-style Jubilee Hall is used for receptions and celebrations. Please book your place while registering for the conference.
The conference dinner on Wednesday evening will be served in the Faculty Club, situated within the premises of the Grand Beguinage, which is a well preserved and completely restored historical quarter containing a dozen of streets in the south of downtown Leuven. About 3 hectares (7.5 acres) in size, with some 300 apartments in almost 100 houses, it is one of the largest still existing beguinages in the Low Countries. The site has been recognized by UNESCO world heritage since 2000. Please book your place while registering for the conference.
Faculty Club | Groot Begijnhof 14 | Leuven | www.facultyclub.be/en
Our conference party will be held at the impressive De Hoorn, the birthplace of Stella Artois in 1926. After years of brewing, production was relocated and the building lay abandoned for 25 years before undergoing a complete renovation and is now a restaurant and event space. The historical, listed building retains many of its original features and will provide a unique and interesting backdrop to our conference meal. Please book your place while registering for the conference.