Welcome to Adobe GoLive 6
. 64th Annual Meeting
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. of the International Society of Electrochemistry .
International Society of Electrochemistry
International Society of Electrochemistry
International Society of Electrochemistry
International Society of Electrochemistry

  
Contact us:   
  events@ise-online.org

Frequently Asked Questions

Conference Information

Payment Information
Presentation Instructions for Speakers and Posters
How to get to the Conference Center
Conference Center Website
Conference Center Address
How to get from your Hotel to the Conference Center



Travel information

Arrival in Mexico City / Getting to Queretaro

Flying to Queretaro

Mexico City

Safety

Other


Payment Information

Bank transfer payments
Bankt ransfer payments following exactly the instructions can be accepted (download instruction).
If you do not follow these instructions we may receive a bank transfer notification without the participant ID mention and we will not be able to assign the payment to a person.

Payment to be made to:

International Society of Electrochemistry
rue de Sebeillon 9b
1004 Lausanne
Switzerland

Bank details:

UBS SA
Case Postale
CH-1002 Lausanne
Switzerland
Account no: 287-M1207078.4
SWIFT code: UBSWCHZH80A
IBAN code: CH64 0028 7287 M120 7078 4

Presentation Instructions for Speakers and Posters

Oral presentations will last 20 min including time for questions
Keynote presentations will last 40 min including time for questions
The size of Posters should be not yet known(height) X not yet known (width)

Address of the Conference Center

Paseo de las Artes #1531-B Col. Centro Sur.
C.P. 76090
Querétaro, México
Tel. +01 52 (442) 238.6400

How to get from your Hotel to the Conference Center

Transportation from city center to the conference center

Please note that most hotels are in the city center or close to the city center. The conference venue is outside the city only a short Taxi ride from the city center. Free shuttle buses will also be available. Cost of a taxi to conference venue is approx. Pesos 50-60 ( approx. USD$ 5). The ride can take about 15 to 30 minutes depending on the traffic.

The organizers are also planning to have a shuttle service from the Hotel Holiday, Holiday Inn Express, Hotel Inn Centro, Fiesta Inn and Hotel One to the Convention Center.

Another shuttle service is planned from the city center "Alameda" (on calle Zaragoza between Corregidora and Pasteur) to the Convention Center.

This shuttle service will be available before the opening of the meeting in the morning and at the closing of the meeting in the evening.


Taxi fare from Queretaro Airport to Queretaro City center

The taxi rate from Airport to Queretaro is about 300 pesos. (you can take only airport taxi, approx. USD 24)

Bus from Mexico City International Airport to Queretaro

The easiest way to get to Santiago de Querétaro is flying to the International Airport Benito Juárez of Mexico City and taking a direct bus leaving the Airport for Santiago de Querétaro approximately every 30-60 minutes (cost approx. USD 22.00). The travel time is 3 hours.
There is no need to pre-purchase tickets. Look for the signs saying Transporte Foreano/Terrestre.
In Terminal 1, turn left in the arrivals hall and then go up the ramp to the next level near Gate 6. Walk straight in front of you until you see a footbridge. The ticket desks are across this bridge. There is a nice waiting room and the departure bays are down the escalator. Be sure to be at your bus about 15 minutes before departure to check in your bags and for the security check.
In Terminal 2, turn right once upstairs in the departures area and you'll see the bus departure bays at the far end of the terminal by Gate 4. All the buses leave from here initially and continue to T1 before heading to their final destination. If in doubt about how to get from arrivals to the bus bays, hire a porter.

Please note that currently bus tickets can't be booked online.
On Saturday and Sunday we will have students in the arrival area of the Mexico City Airport helping participants.

Mexico City Airport
to Queretaro
Queretaro to
Mexico City Airport


Departure
Arrival
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Departure
Arrival
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For detailed and exact information please check the website:
http://www.primeraplus.com.mx

Lost and Found in Mexico City International Airport

In case you lost your bag or any other object in the walking halls or in the X-ray inspection, you can ask the below mentioned office and retrieve them. To do so you must meet the following requirements:
• Copy of identity card. • Copy of your boarding pass.
• Indicate where you lost your belongings and describe the contents of your suitcase.
• If the person who is gathering the lost or rettained item and is not the owner of it. A Simple Power of attorney has to be presented.
To regain your belongings you must claim them within the following 60 natural days if they were retained in the security points with a receipt, or in the case of lost objects and clothes within 30 natural days.

Lost and Found
Location T1: Mezzanine office 102 Tel. 2482 2289 Schedule Monday to Friday 08:00 to 21:30 hrs. Saturday and Sunday 09:00 to 16:00 hrs.
Location T2: Local TLL-01 Tel. 2598 7169 Schedule Monday to Friday 08:00 to 21:30 hrs. Saturday and Sunday 09:00 to 16:00 hrs.

Subway in Mexico City

There is a subway/metro station at Terminal 1. Turn left outside the terminal building and walk to the end near the main road and then down the steps. This is only advised if you are confident in Spanish and have minimal baggage. The flat fare is 3 pesos. A more comfortable and still inexpensive route into the centro historico is on the metrobus, line 4. This runs from both terminals. The fare is 30 pesos, but you have to pay an additional 10 pesos for the pre-paid smart card. This card can be used on all the metrobus lines and on some metro routes as well. The buses have luggage space and a cop on board and video surveillance.
Dowload Subway map

Taxi in Mexico City

The airport has all the usual facilities, including left luggage lockers. If you are heading in to Mexico City itself, the recommended, and safest way is to take an authorised taxi. At both terminals, you will see signs pointing to the desks where you pre-pay your fare by zone. Go here for information about the different companies. They all cost the same, but be sure to specify a sedan, unless there are more than three of you. Most have a website which enables you to enter your destination to find out the cost. Once you have paid and received your coupon you will be directed to the departure area. Do NOT accept a ride from any of the touts who might be hanging around the terminal, or attempt to take a non official taxi. As a more expensive alternative to a taxi, your hotel can generally send a car to the airport to collect you.

Authorized Airport Taxis companies: Yellow Cab Aeropuerto, Nueva Imagen, Porto Taxi, Sitio 300, Comfort. HOWEVER, the people at the booth will often try to sell you a more expensive ticket (normally, for a large van). DO NOT FALL FOR THIS. Say you want a sedan (SAY-DAN) and anything headed to downtown will be under 200 pesos. As a general rule getting a taxi from Mexico Airport can be a harrowing experience. If you have the time before you leave it is worth searching online and prebooking your taxi prior to arriving, some companies, such as Mexico Airport Transfers, have an option to book and pay from the comfort of your armchair. Often the cost is not a lot more than getting a taxi once you're at the airport, and the safety and peace of mind makes it worthwhile.

Currency

The currency is the Mexican peso. For current conversion rates go to OANDA Currency Converter: www.oanda.com/convert/classic

Phone Calls

The area code for Mexico City is 55. For phone calls to Mexico City from abroad, dial 52 55 eight-digit phone number. From within the city dial only the eight-digit number. However, many businesses are using mobile phones, which require 044 55 plus an eight-digit number for local calls, and 52 1 55 before the eight-digit number for international calls.

Tipping

Tipping in Mexico is the same as in the United States or Canada. Most service employees earn very little or no base salary and the tips they earn is the major part of their income.

Electric Power plugs and sockets

Electrical sockets (outlets) in Mexico are very similar to the electrical outlets found in the United States and Canada, and if your appliance has a North American plug, it's possible that you won't need any adapter at all in order to plug in there. However, there are two potentially very important physical differences that may need to be addressed with an adapter: grounding and/or polarization. If your plug has one or both, and the socket doesn't, then the plug may not physically be able to fit into the socket without an adapter.





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