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                                            IEEE WCNC 2013, April 7-10, 2013, Shanghai, China
The IEEE WCNC 2013 conference will be held at the Shanghai International Convention Center located in the heart of Lujiazui – Shanghai’s Financial and Trade zone, adjacent to the Oriental Pearl TV Tower and facing the multinational styles of architecture along the Bund across the Huangpu River. (Click for direction)

It enjoys superior geographical position, easily accessible from all parts of the city with modern transportations. The Center was completed and officially opened for business in August 1999, covering a construction area of 110,000 m2. As the new landmark of Shanghai, the Center was appraised as one of the 10 classic buildings over the 50 years since the founding of the P.R. China.

Hotel Information >>
The Oriental Riverside Hotel is co-located with the conference venue. The hotel boasts 273 deluxe rooms, restaurants in different styles and diversified recreational and fitness facilities.

Oriental Riverside Hotel
2727 Riverside Ave,
Pudong, Shanghai
Tel : 86-21-50370000
Fax :86-21-50370999
Post Code :200120

There are more than 20 hotels and more than 6,000 hotel rooms within one mile of Shanghai International Convention Center. The current rates are in the range of US$100-250.

Transportation >>
Shanghai has two airports: Pudong International Airport and Hongqiao International Airport. Either the metro or the taxi can be taken to both airports. Taxi service is very handy in Shanghai. The taxi service starts at a charge for RMB15 for first 3km, and RMB2.1 for an extra kilometer. Extra cost will be charged in the midnight or for a distance over 10km.

About Shanghai >>

Visa Information >>
Participants need to apply for China visas. But there is no restriction for visa applications.





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