Nationals of many non-EU countries require a visa for an uninterrupted stay of up to three
months. Please note that the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs requires that the requests for
visa are submitted three months in advance. The proper actions necessary to acquire a valid
visa are entirely the participant’s own responsibility.
Information regarding how to obtain a visa for the Netherlands can be found on the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.
Letter of acceptance & Invitation letters
Invitation letters will be provided by the conference organizing committee, after paper acceptance and registration for the conference.
Please send an email to ipmu2016 @ tue.nl with Author name, Paper ID, Paper Title, Work address.
The city of Eindhoven is accessible through multiple airports. The train distance from the
national Dutch airport Amsterdam-Schiphol is about 1,5 hours, but Eindhoven itself also has
a regional airport and is also close by to other international airports.
Eindhoven has a small international airport, Eindhoven Airport, with direct connections to
more than thirty destinations in Europe, including Budapest, Dublin, London, Milan, Rome,
and Stockholm with such low cost carriers as RyanAir and WizzAir.
Eindhoven airport is about a 15 minute drive from the city center, either by bus or taxi. Bus
401 runs to the city center every ten minutes from Monday to Friday, every fifteen minutes
on Saturdays and every half an hour on Sundays. Bus tickets can be bought on the bus from
the driver, or at the AKO-shop (news agent) in the arrivals hall of Eindhoven Airport. Multiple
Eindhoven taxi companies operate a service to the Eindhoven Airport (with a cost of about €25), including the AATK taxis (++31 650625202), Airport Taxi service (++ 31 638249525), Deeltaxi Eindhoven (+31 620626464), and Taxi Happy (+31 641036574).
The main airport of the Netherlands is the Amsterdam Airport, Schiphol. All major airlines
fly to Schiphol, including but not limited to Air France, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, KLM
Royal Dutch Airlines, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines, and United Airlines.
Schiphol has a direct train connection to Eindhoven. The journey takes about 1.5 hours, with
trains running up to four times an hour (with a cost of about €20). The Eindhoven central
station is within walking distance of both the conference hotels and the conference venue.
Taxis can be found at both exits of the station.
Additional airports reachable from Eindhoven are such smaller airports as Rotterdam Airport,
Maastricht Airport, Charleroi Airport, Antwerp Airport, Cologne/Bonn Airport, and major airports
such as Brussels Airport, Zaventem, Düsseldorf Airport and Frankfurt Main Airport.
PIN taxi is specialized in service to all the aforementioned airports and reachable at (++31 611483828).
Eindhoven is part of the intercity network of the Dutch railways and has direct rail connections
with Amsterdam, Den Haag, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Heerlen, and Maastricht but also
Paris, Berlin, and London. Trip planners are available from the Dutch national railway website, international website or alternatively from the Dutch public transportation site (http://9292.nl).
Eindhoven is easily reachable from Brussels, where the trip takes around three hours. Via
Brussels, Eindhoven is reachable from Paris, London, Lyon, Berlin, and Bonn. Information
about Belgian railways can be found on http://www.nmbs.be.
Similarly, Eindhoven is easily reachable from Germany, where a trip from Frankfurt on Main
takes less than four hours. Information about travelling by train from Germany can be found
at Deutsche Bahn site.
All motorways to and around Eindhoven (A2, A50, A58, A67 and A270) lead the
way to the campus, with signs clearly indicating ‘University’. Detailed information
is available here.