Ninth International C* Conference on Computer Science & Software Engineering

July 20-22, 2016


Local Information

C2S2E 16 would be hosted by the Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto(ISEP), Porto, Portugal.

Porto, with an area of 45 sq. km and population of about 260 thousand, is the second biggest city in the country. It is known as the capital of the North and its Historic Centre of has been classified a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996.

Temperate maritime climate, with a mild summer and temperatures from 15 ºC to 25 ºC, occasionally reaching 35 ºC between July and September. Autumn and winter are typically windy, rainy and cool, with temperatures from 5 ºC to 14 ºC.

Porto is increasingly being recommended as a tourist destination. Tales of treasured experiences are featured in newspapers, magazines and on online sites across the world. It has also been awarded Best European Destination 2012.

Portugal´s second biggest city isn´t so much known for its size but rather for what makes it so different from other destinations: the warmth of its people and its ability to both surprise and excite.

In Porto you´ll find constant diversity and unpredictable contrasts that are fascinating to discover. It is a place caught between past and present; urban mingled with river, sea and fresh air; tradition crossed with innovation; antiquity mixed with modernity. The riverside city is admired for its constant flow of traditions and unusual ways, yet Porto also provokes the desire to explore slowly, from one corner to another on the cobbled streets, savouring the sight, the sound and the aroma!


Hotel Information


  • Hotel Ibis
    Prices :
    Single – 54,00 euros
    Double – 54,00 euros
    Breakfast buffet – 6,90 euros/person

    To make a reservation, send an email to Paulo Pinto (h3227-am@accor.com) BEFORE 20th of June, mentioning the participation on the C3S2E’16 conference.
    IBIS Web Site

  • Hotel Eurostar 4*
    Prices :TBA

  • Hotel Beta 4*
    Prices : TBA
    Web Site
  • Hotel Axis 4*
    Prices : TBA
    Web Site