Wrocław is a bustling and energetic metropolis – a town featuring 12 islands and 112 bridges, situated in the south-west of Poland, at the foot of the Sudetes.
It is a dynamic centre of economic, scientific and cultural life – a place on earth for more than one million inhabitants.
Wrocław University of Science and Technology is a co-organiser of this year’s edition of the Central European Technology Forum.
It is one of the most notable technical universities in Poland.
The university has existed for 77 years and it regularly takes top positions in various rankings of academic institutions.
Wrocław University of Science and Technology Congress Centre is a modern building situated on the premises of the Main University Campus.
It is a perfect location for organising academic or scientific conferences, symposiums or discussion panels.