The site for the symposium is Integrated Building of Nagoya University. Located in the geometrically central district of Japan, Nagoya City is world-famous for various industries of advanced ceramics, aerospace, automobiles etc., and also known for its historic sites such as "Three Great Shoguns" and beautiful castles. The symposium attendants can fully enjoy historical sites, museums and downtown before and/or after the ISETS '15 symposium. The tourism convention desk will be available at the conference desk. The climate in the Nagoya area in the end of November is characterized by average temperatures ranging from +5 oC (41 oF) to +13 oC (55 oF) with some possibility of rain.
The official language of the symposium is English.
Nagoya University can be easily accessed from the Central Japan International Airport "Centrair" by train (Meitetsu Line, Central Japan International Airport - Kanayama, about 25 min) and subway (Meijo Line, Kanayama - Nagoya Daigaku, about 20 min). Integrated Building of Nagoya University is just beside the subway exit No. 3 (within 1 min by walking). Please refer to the maps below for the details.
[Map of Japan]
[Transportation Map in Nagoya]
For more detail, please refer to the University's web site.