On-site Veune Information

Conference and Workshop Locations

Here is a map of the Sapienza campus showing the important conference and workshop locations. On-site registration for the conference AND workshops will be at the rectorate, found by entering the AULA MAGNA through the Minerva entrance.

The specific venues are as follows:

SenSys 2013 Technical Sessions   AULA MAGNA
BuildSys 2013   AULA GINI
SenseMine 2013   AULA SENATO ACCADEMICO (rectorate)

Important Dates

There are some new deadlines for securing accommodation at certain hotels:
  • Hotel Quirinale: New deadline August 30th
  • Hotel Fiume: New deadline October 25th
  • Hotel Londra e Cargill: New deadline October 25th

  • All other hotels have confirmed October 10th

    SenSys 2013 Technical Sessions   November 11-13, 2013
    SenSys 2013 Workshops   November 14, 2013

    Conference Centre and Hotel Information

    The Local Arrangements Chairs have made the following information available (also here).

    View SenSys 2013 conference site and hotels on a larger map

    For your convenience, the conference has a block of rooms at 5 hotels near the conference centre. Please visit the booking page to reserve your room. These rooms will be reserved for SenSys attendees at a special rate up to October 10th 2013, with the exception of rooms at the Hotel Quirinale (up to August 10th 2013).

    A limited number of rooms (15 single and 15 double) are available at La Casa dell'Aviatore up to October 10th 2013. Twenty single rooms will be available in Viale dell'Universita, and twenty double rooms will be available in Via Spallanzani n. 42.

    The rooms in La Casa dell'Aviatore will be reserved for SenSys attendees at a special rate up to October 10th 2013.

    To book these rooms, please send an e-mail to Andrea Vitaletti with subject SENSYS2013CAV, specifying in the content: name, surname, arrival date and departure date.

    All the hotels are pretty close (1.5km at most) to Rome Termini Train Station which is connected both to Fiumicino (FCO) and Ciampino (CIA) airports.


    If you need a VISA to enter Italy, we encourage you to apply as soon as possible. Please visit the official page Visa for Italy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

    ACM SENSYS 2013 can provide a letter to the following individuals: Authors of Technical or Mini-Conference Papers, Keynote, Workshop and Panel Speakers, Members of the ACM and ACM SENSYS 2013 Attendees who have a fully paid registration. Please note that what you receive is a support letter. ACM does not issue formal "letters of invitation" to any of its conferences.

    Visa letters will state only the facts:

  • Conference title, dates and location

  • If you are an author, speaker, committee member, or attendee

  • To receive a letter, please send an e-mail to supportletters@acm.org with your request; including name, mailing address, and fax number, as well as the name of the conference/workshop you are attending and a copy of the registration receipt.

    How to reach Rome

    Rome has two major airports: Leonardo da Vinci, also known as Fiumicino (FCO) and Ciampino (CIA). From the airports, the city center can be reached in the following ways:

  • From Fiumicino Airport (FCO) by train: There are trains to Roma Termini Train Station every 30 minutes. See the schedule here, specifying FROM: Fiumicino Aeroporto TO: Roma Termini. The duration of the trip is 32 minutes and the price of the ticket is 14euro. The trains to the other stations in Rome, namely Roma Tiburtina, Roma Tuscolana, Roma Ostiense and Roma Trastevere, are even more frequent. The cost is 8euro, but the duration is longer. See the schedule here.

  • From Fiumicino Airport by taxi: taxi fares from FCO to Rome are fixed (see here); e.g. from Fiumicino Airport to within the Aurelian Walls: 48euro

  • From Fiumicino Airport by BUS: SITBUSSHUTTLE 5euro

  • From Ciampino Airport (CIA) by BUS: Terravision 4euro SITBUSSHUTTLE 4euro

  • From Ciampino Airport by taxi: taxi fares from CIA to Rome are fixed (see here). E.g., From Ciampino Airport to within the Aurelian Walls: 30euro

    Rome has two main railway stations, Termini and Tiburtina. High-speed trains connect to national/international destinations: Eurostar for Italy (e.g., Milan about 3:00, Florence about 1:30, Naples 1:10).
    There are two main railway service providers: Ferrovie dello Stato and NTV.

    Route Planner of the Roma Public System Authority.