|Thursday 20th June 2019||Friday 21st June 2019||Saturday 22nd June 2019|
|9.30-11.00 Plenary Session I||9.30-11.00 Plenary Session II||9.30-11.00 Track Sessions|
|11.00-11.30 Coffee Break||11.00-11.30 Coffee Break||11.00-11.30 Coffee Break|
|11.30-13.00 Track Sessions||11.30-13.00 Track Sessions||11.30-13.00 Track Sessions|
|13.00-.14.00 Lunch||13.00-.14.00 Lunch||13.00-.14.00 Lunch|
|Wednesday 19th June||Thursday 20th June||Friday 21st June||Saturday 22nd June|
|Meeting of the Urban Research and Practice Editorial Board||14.00 -15.30 Track Sessions/panels||14.00 -15.30 Track Sessions/panels||14.00-16.30 Mobile Workshops|
|EURA Board Meeting||15.30 -16.00 Coffee Break||15.30-16.00 Coffee Break|
|16.00-17.30 Track Sessions||16.00-17.30 Track Sessions|
|Wednesday 19th June||Friday 21st June||Saturday 22nd June|
|Pre-Conference Reception||Gala Dinner 19:00||Departures|
International speakers will deliver keynote addresses at two plenary sessions on Thursday 20th June 2019 and Friday 21st of June 2019.
The Royal Marine Hotel is a historic 4 Star hotel situated in South Dublin's coastal town of Dun Laoghaire, which features magnificent views across Dublin Bay.
About the Area
The name Dun Laoghaire originated from 480A.D. when the famous King Laoire established a fort, then known as a “Dún” in the town centre. In 1803 this fort was replaced by a Martello tower and that tower was subsequently demolished when the railway was built – the very same line that now carries commuters on the Dart in and out of town.
The harbour is a hugely popular part of the town and it was established in 1817 so that larger ships could harbour safely however when silt washed in while the mouth of the harbour was widened, it became impossible for larger boats to anchor there. Nevertheless it has been a hub of marine activity over the years with many sailing clubs making the most of this fantastic facility.