ACM NanoCom 2019


The 6th ACM NanoCom Conference will be held at the Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.

The Science Gallery is internationally recognized as a leading cultural venue. The Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin presents contemporary art and science exhibitions alongside a cutting-edge programme of events including talks, workshops, music performances, food presentations and film screenings.

The Science Gallery is located at the Pearse Street entrance of Trinity College Dublin, opposite The Academy Building, and around the corner from Westland Row and Pearse Street station.

Directions to Science Gallery

Getting there from the City of Dublin

Bus: 44, 61 to Pearse St Station or 1, 44, 47, 56a, 61, 77A to Sandwith St (

Train: DART and suburban train services stop at Pearse Street Station (

Parking: The nearest 24hr car park is in Fleet Street, Temple Bar (

Bike: The closest Dublin Bike station is right outside on Pearse Street (

Getting there from the Dublin International Airport

Car: About 20-25 minutes trip duration.

Bus: Buses to the city centre can be taken from outside terminal 1. The minimum bus fare is 7 euros.

Taxi: The cost is around €15 - €25.
Please note: the above fare is an indicative estimate only and should not be taken as a guaranteed fare.
No traffic: 22 minutes
Heavy traffic: 41 minutes

Hotel Accommodation

Trinity City Hotel (Trinity Leisure Holding)
Contact: Jacinta Collins
Phone: 353 (0) 1 6481000
Fax: 353 (0) 1 6481010
Address: Pearse Street, Dublin 4
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O'Callaghan Hotels Dublin
Contact: Maria Lawlor/Jeremy O’Keeffe
Phone: 353 (0) 1 6073900
Fax: 353 (0) 1 6615663
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The Davenport Hotel
Phone: 353 (01) 607 3500
Address: 8-10 Merrion Street Lower, Dublin
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The Alexander Hotel
Phone: 353 (01) 607 3700
Address: 41-47 Fenian Street, Dublin
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Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane
Phone: 353 (01) 643 9500
Address: Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin, D02 YT21
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Maldron Hotel Pearse Street
Phone: 353 (01) 670 3666
Address: 98-107 Pearse St, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin, D02 RK37
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Recommended Student Accommodation

Times Hostel, College Street
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Generator Hostel, Smithfield
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Dublin is one of the most attractive cities in Europe, with a number of interesting sites to visit. Below are example attractive sites for attendees of the conference. We are sure that you will enjoy your stay during the period of the conference!

Top attractions in Dublin:

The Book of Kells and the Old Library Exhibition

The Book of Kells Exhibition is a must-see on the itinerary of all visitors to Dublin. Located in the heart of the city centre in Trinity College Dublin, the Exhibition displays the Book of Kells, a 9th century manuscript that documents the four Gospels of the life of Jesus Christ. [More information]

Guinness Storehouse

GUINNESS STOREHOUSE(R), Ireland's No. 1 visitor attraction is a "must see" on any visit to Dublin. Housed in an old fermentation plant in the heart of St James's Gate Brewery, the now seven-storey visitor experience tells the story of Ireland's iconic drink and beings to life the heritage of this world famous beer. [More information]

Temple Bar

Funky shops, eclectic cafes and hordes of stylish young Europeans have made Temple Bar one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city. [More information]

Experience Gaelic Games

This is a hands on activity - full of fun and laughter and delivered in the heart of the community. A fun mix of culture, history, sport and soft activity. Experience Gaelic Games introduce visiting groups to Ireland’s greatest cultural secret and most popular sports – Gaelic Football, Hurling -(Stick and Ball game), Gaelic Handball along with dance. [More information]

Dublin Mountains

Enjoy going for a walk or doing some hiking in these gorgeous mountain sides that literally will take your breath. [More information]

City Sightseeing Dublin Bus Tour

Create a personalized sightseeing itinerary during a hop-on hop-off tour of Dublin. Discover the city at your own pace on a double-decker city sightseeing bus. [More information]

The Cliffs of Moher

Save money by bundling your day to the Cliffs of Moher and Galway City. See the Irish countryside without spending the night outside of the big city. Ireland is known for its unpredictable rainy weather—ride safely round trip. [More information]

Killarney National Park

The extent of the park’s range and rugged landscape is 26,000 acres, encompassing the infamous McGillycuddy Reeks Mountain Range which includes Ireland’s highest Mountain, Carrauntoohill standing at over 1,000 meters. Have a visit there and explore the wildlife as well as the unforgettable scenery. [More information]

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Header Background: The Ha'Penny Bridge, Dublin, By Samuel Frederick Brocas [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons