Symposium Venue

The symposium is held at the Higashi-Hiroshima Campus of Hiroshima University in Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan. It can be reached in less than one hour from JR Hiroshima Station by train and bus. Hotels around JR Saijo Station are recommended. (Notice that hotels around Higashi-Hiroshima Station of bullet trains are inconvenient to reach the venue.) Sorry but the ISCS cannot provide discounts for hotels. Attendees may book hotels themselves by using online services such as and Expedia Travel, etc.

Access to the venue and Google Map

Local Bus from Saijo Station

The local bus from Saijo Station is convenient for going to the symposium venue. Below is a map of the bus stops in front of the south exit of Saijo station. The bus for the symposium venue leaves at stop No. 3. The timetable for the morning is shown below. Please take the bus from the bus stop and get off at the stop "大学会館前" (Daigaku-Kaikanmae) when you go to the session room. For the plenary lecture, it is convenient to get off at the stop "広大中央口" (Hirodai-Chuoguchi). There are about ten bus stops around Higashi-Hiroshima Campus, Hiroshima University. Please be careful not to get off at different bus stops.

Bus departure time in the morning

  • March 18 and 19: 8:08, 8:13, 8:30, 8:40, 8:55, 9:15, 9:18 ...
  • March 20: 9:15, 9:18, 9:33, 10:03, 10:33 ...
    Timetable (in Japanese)
    Please check the table labeled '西条駅 ⇔ 広島大学' on page 2.

Bus stop

Campus map

Campus map

Symposium Area

Symposium Area

Campus map (PDF)

  • ISCS Plenary Lectures and Award Ceremony: N13
  • Session Rooms: E04, E07, E10, E13
  • Registration Desk and Cloak: E13
  • Restaurants: N19, W14
  • Banquet: W14

Lunch information

March 18 March 19 March 20
North Welfare Center No. 1
Open Open Closed
West Welfare Center No. 2
Open Open Open

Wireless LAN Service

You can use eduroam on Higashi-Hiroshima Campus, Hiroshima University if you belong to a university or research institute that participates in eduroam.

Floor plan

Floor plan

Rooms 2-8 will be used for sessions at the MSCS 2024. * The linked page is written in Japanese.