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2018 the 2nd International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Intelligence | 2018年第二届生物信息学和计算智能国际会议(ICBCI 2018)

Hong Kong| July 28-30, 2018 香港| 2018年7月28-30日

Venue for ICBCI 2017


North China University of Technology (NCUT) 


North China University of Technology (NCUT), located on the western side of Beijing, is a multi-disciplinary university that combines the natural sciences and engineering with liberal arts, economics, management and law. Growing out of the former state-run Peking Advanced Vocational School of Technology, founded in1946, NCUT has undergone dramatic changes ever since. In 1978, with the approval of the State Council, NCUT began to offer full undergraduate degree programs. In1985, it was renamed as the North China University of Technology.NCUT targets the development of qualified, high-level, application-oriented professionals with solid basic theoretical knowledge and strong practical skills and creative abilities. The university currently includes 8 colleges with an enrollment of over 10,200 undergraduate students, 1500 graduate students, 200 international students, and 2400 students studying at the College of Continuing Education. Within these colleges there are 32 undergraduate degree programs, 19 Primary Discipline Master Degree programs which focus on academic research with three years study, and 11 Professional Master Programs which focus on practice and application with two years study. NCUT has 1260 faculty and staff, which include 748 teaching faculty of whom 85% hold Master’s and Doctoral degrees.



Venue: International Education Center, North China University of Technology (NCUT)北方工业大学国际教育中心


Address: No. 5 Jinyuanzhuang Road, Shijingshan District, Beijing, P.R. China 100144北京市石景山区晋元庄路5号北方工业大学国际教育中心

Phone:86-10-8880-3237; 86-10-8880-2805



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Entry Requirements for ICBCI 2018



Travel Document

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Getting into Downtown


Airport Express

Airport Express is the quickest and most efficient way to get to downtown Hong Kong. After you pass through the customs and enter the arrival hall of the airport, you can see the Airport Express station is straight ahead. The trains run every 10 minutes from 05:50 to 01:15 daily and take approximately 24 minutes from the airport to the downtown. For train schedule and fare details, please click here.



Buses offer a comfortable and inexpensive transport option to and from most parts of Hong Kong. For further details of the bus routes and schedules to and from the airport, please click here.



Taxis can take you to anywhere to and from the airport and are categorized by 3 colors: red, green and blue. Each color indicates their operating areas: red taxis serve throughout most of Hong Kong, except for Tung Chung Road on Lantau Island and the entire south side of Lantau Island; green taxis operate only in the New Territories and specific roads in Lantau; blue taxis only serve all destinations in Lantau and the airport.

The fare for the first 2 kilometers of red, green and blue taxis is: HK$22, HK18.5 and HK$17 respectively. Taxi passengers using the Lantau Link are required to pay an additional toll fare of HK$30, and additional fares are also charged for using toll tunnels. It takes about 45 minutes from the airport to The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and costs approximately HK$235. For further details of the transport to/from the airport, please click here.