peace yes 24th IFIP WG 6.1 International Conference on
Formal Techniques for Networked and
Distributed Systems FORTE 2004
27-30 September, 2004, Madrid, Spain

Colocated Workshops

The conference venue is at the San Pedro Martir Church is placed in city center of Toledo. More information about the schedule of events can be found in the EPEW'04 webpage

NEW!!! The proceedings of the workshops colocated with FORTE are now available online as volume 3236 of the LNCS series.

Three workshops will be colocated with FORTE 2004. However, they will not take place in Madrid, but in Toledo, a nice historical city located 100 kilometres to the south of Madrid. Free transportation will be provided by the organization.

Have a look at the overall schedule of the workshops. More details can be found in the web pages of each of the workshops.

The workshops venue is in Toledo, and the more convenient way to go from the Madrid Airport to Toledo is by bus:

  1. Underground line 8 (pink), Barajas-Nuevos Ministerios:
  2. The stop in the airport is located in the Terminal T2, first floor. The entrance to the underground can be found in the walkway connecting to car park P2 in the middle of the terminal.
    Timetable: 06:05 to 02:00 (if the flight arrives at the airport after 1:00AM better take a taxi).
  3. Underground line 6 (grey), Circular:
  4. Take this line in Nuevos Ministerios, the Andén 2, until Méndez Álvaro.
  5. Walk to the Estación Sur de Autobuses and take the bus to Toledo.
  6. Workshops venue.
Anyway, for those attending both Forte 2004 and its colocated workshops, a free transfer will be provided from the Forte 2004 venue.

A Lecture Notes in Computer Science volume (Springer) containing the proceedings of the three Forte 2004 co-located workshops will be published.

Luis Fernando Llana Díaz

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