Due to an unexpected work action at the University of Oaxaca all LATIN
talks have been moved to Hotel Victoria, Carr.
International Km 545, in the conference room Mitla.
The bus schedule between Hotel Victoria and downtown has been updated to accommodate this change.
Pick-up and drop-off location is located at Alcala and Morelos (number 6 in conference map).
You can also use the regular bus service of Hotel Victoria (a copy of the schedule is in the conference bag).
A taxi ride from downtown to the Hotel is 40Pesos (about USD$3.50)
- The Calenda / Walk to Santo Domingo will leave from the Zocalo to the right of the cathedral at 6:10.
- Updated program (as of Tuesday at 12:30): pdf
- Information about group tours has been added to the Local Attractions page. (April 14th)
- It is advised to carry a modest amount of Mexican Pesos (~1000). There is an ATM from Bank Santander on the second floor at the airport from which you can withdraw. (April 9th)
- If going to the conference venue by taxi, ask to be driven to Iglesia de la Soledad. Reference price (from Hotel Victoria): 35 Mexican Pesos (~3 USD). (April
- Weather in Oaxaca is a balmy 30C+ (84F) during the day and 14C (58F)
min at night. You might want to pack a light sweater or jacket for the
evening. (April 9th)
- A reception will be held on Sunday at 6:00pm at the Hotel Victoria, by the swimming pool. (April 8th)
- New information for arrival has been added to the Travel page. (April 8th)
The 9th Latin American Theoretical Informatics Symposium will be held at the University of Oaxaca (UABJO), in the colonial Fine Arts Building (Bellas Artes), Oaxaca, México in April 2010. Please note that Bellas Artes is not located on UABJO's main campus but at the Square of the dance (Plaza de la danza) in the Historic Centre of Oaxaca.
About The Symposium
A series of Symposia in Theoretical Computer Science was launched in 1992, to be held in Latin America: LATIN (Latin American Theoretical INformatics). This is the ninth event of the series, after São Paulo, Brazil (1992), Valparaiso, Chile (1995), Campinas, Brazil (1998), Punta del Este, Uruguay (2000), Cancun, Mexico (2002), Buenos Aires, Argentina (2004),Valdivia, Chile (2006) and Buzios, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2008).