The 8th East Asia Number Theory Conference
Department of Mathematical Sciences
KAIST, Daejeon, Korea
August 25-30, 2019
Last updated: August 11, 2019
Venue: Room 1501 at E6 (Natural Sciences Building) of KAIST Main (Daejeon) Campus (PDF). For the location at google map, Click Here.
- ARAI, Keisuke, Tokyo Denki University, Tokyo
- CHOI, Junhwa, Korea Institute for Advanced Study, Seoul
- HARA, Takashi, Tsuda University, Kodaira
- HSIA, Liang-Chung, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei
- HUNG, Pin-Chi, Soochow University, Taipei
- HWANG, WonTae, Korea Institute for Advanced Study, Seoul
- JU, Jangwon, Ulsan University, Ulsan
- KIM, Wansu, KAIST, Daejeon
- LIM, Subong, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon
- NG, Ming Ho, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
- OZEKI, Yoshiyasu, Kanagawa University, Yokohama
- SAKUGAWA, Kenji, Kyoto University, Kyoto
- SUN, Chia-Liang, Academia Sinica, Taipei
- TONG, Jilong, Capital Normal University, Beijing
- WAKABAYASHI, Yasuhiro, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo
- WEI, Fu-Tsun, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu
- XIE, Bingyong, East China Normal University, Shanghai
- XU, Zhefeng, Northwest University, Xi'an
- YANG, Enlin, Beijing University, Beijing
- ZHAO, Yongqiang, Westlake Institute of Advanced Study, Westlake University, Hangzhou
Information for accommodation for speakers and scientific organizers
- Rooms for all speakers and the scientific organizers, except the local ones, are reserved at Hotel ICC. Click Here for the google map.
Address: Hotel ICC, 55 Expo-ro 123beon-gil, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, South Korea, Tel: (+82) 042-866-5000.
How to get to Daejeon (and to the hotel) from the Airports
If you arrive at Incheon International Airport: There are three ways to get to Daejeon. The most cost effective way would be normally to take the Airport Limousine buses, but you can choose your preferred way.
- You can take Airport Limousine Busses to Daejeon. It runs frequently almost every 20-30 minutes. The fare is 23,700KRW per person. Spacy and comfortable seats, and it takes about 2h 30m to Daejeon. From Terminal 2, you can buy the ticket at Basement Ground Transportation center's ticket counter or the vending machines, and then go to the gate 5. From Terminal 1, you can buy tickets either inside or outside, vending machines or counters. You can take the bus at the gate 11. All seats are reserved, and the departure times are punctual, so please do not show up late.
The Limousine buses have several stops at Daejeon. It is generally the best idea to get off at the Daejeon Government Complex Stop. Please tell the driver that you get off there when you get on, so that your baggages can be stored at the right place of the cargo space.
Once you get off at the Government Complex Stop, you can catch a taxi to go to the hotel. It would cost less than 10,000KRW. Print the attached PDF file to show to the taxi driver, in case you need.
If you are adventurous, you can also take a bus, too: in case you do, you should walk to Dunsan Police Station bus stop, and catch either 618 or 705. They accept cash, around 1,500KRW. (It will be written on the bus.)
- You can also take Airport Line Train to Seoul station (takes about an hour), and then take Korail trains to Daejeon station (takes another hour). Overall, it will be a bit more costly, than to take the Airport linousine buses.
From Daejeon station, you can take a taxi to go to hotel. Print the attached PDF file to show to the taxi driver, if you need.
If you are adventurous, the bus 705 connects directly the Daejeon station to the hotel, and it will take about 45 minutes. We somehow do not recommend this option in general, though.
- The last option is to take taxis or call-vans. These could be however quite expensive. From the airport to Daejeon, it could cost at least 250,000KRW (depending on negotations) but could cost more. If you are traveling in a group with lots of luggages, then you can arrange one. Contact the appropriate desks at the information.
If you arrive at Gimpo International Airport: There are also three ways.
- You can take the Airport Limousine Buses. It is cheaper at 15,300KRW per person, but unfortunately the buses are not very frequent. The departure times are 07:00 / 08:10 / 09:50 / 11:30 / 13:10 / 14:50 / 16:30 / 18:10 / 19:50. So, you can take them only when the next available departure times are comfortable to you.
You can still get off from the bus at the Daejeon's Government Complex stop, and take the taxi to the hotel, or to take a bus.
- You can take Airport Line Train to Seoul station (takes about 30 minutes), and then take Korail trains to Daejeon station (takes another hour).
From Daejeon station, you can take a taxi to go to hotel.
- The last option is to take taxis. But this could be quite expensive. Again, from the airport to Daejeon, it could cost at least 200,000KRW (depending on negotiations), but could cost more.
Local transportation between Hotel ICC and KAIST Campus
Daejeon City Bus line 121 connects the neighborhood of Hotel ICC to KAIST Campus. It costs about 1,500KRW (cash) for a ride, and once it comes, it takes about 10 minutes. The bus runs about every 25 minutes.
If you choose to walk, it takes about 30-40 minutes on foot. Another possiblity is to take a taxi. It would cost less than 10,000KRW. Normally there are several taxis waiting outside the Hotel ICC.
South Korea does not have Uber kind of services, as this is illegal, but at least online taxi calling is possible. The most popular service is called "Kakao Taxi". There are apps for both Android phones and iPhones.
The conference takes place in the Room 1501 (Natural Science Auditorium) of the College Natural Sciences building E6-1
- BAE, Sunghan, KAIST, Daejeon
- TAGUCHI, Yuichiro, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo
- XU, Fei, Capital Normal University, Beijing
- YU, Jing, National Taiwan University, Taipei
Local Organizers at KAIST
- BAE, Sunghan, KAIST, Daejeon
- IM, Bo-Hae, KAIST, Daejeon
- PARK, Jinhyun, KAIST, Daejeon
This conference is financially supported by:
- KAIX (KAIST Advanced Institute for Science-X)
- Department of Mathematical Sciences, KAIST
- National Research Foundation of Korea