Conference venue

 

Beijing International Convention Center

Add: No.8 Beichen Dong Road, Chaoyang District

Beijing, P. R. China 100101

 

北京国际会议中心

地址: 中国北京市朝阳区北辰东路8号 邮编: 100101

 

Location

 

Traffic Guide

http://www.bicc.com.cn/english/map/index.html

交通指引

http://www.bicc.com.cn/map/index.html

 

Visa Application

 

For those guests who need Visa to enter China for conference, the conference organizing committee will send the Visa  Invitation letter after they have finished the registration and paid the fee alongside the official receipt of registration via email address provided the registration information. Should you have any  questions, please feel free to contact us by email at

asonam2014@126.com

 

Accommodation

 

ASONAM 2014 conference provides two hotels, which are at same address (affiliated to the conference venue). The hotel location, names, prices, room descriptions are given below.

 

Location of Hotels

 

Beijing North Star Continental Grand Hotel

北辰五洲大酒店

★★★★

Add: No.8 Beichen Dong Road, Chaoyang District

Beijing P. R. China 100101

Tel: 010-84980105 to Room Reservation

地址: 中国北京市朝阳区北辰东路8号

电话: 010-84980105  转 客房预订部

 

Booking link: http://demo.bcghotel.com/english/order.asp?id=207

 

Beijing North Star Continental Grand Hotel is a large four (4) star hotel with 538 elegant and comfortable rooms. The guest rooms are equipped with the latest, advanced technology which demonstrates the international quality and hospitality. During the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympic Games and the Paralympics Games this 13 story hotel with a total area of 42,000 square meters was the hotel of choice because of it's full range of facilities and magnificent flowing style. As soon as you enter the hotel you are able to feel as if you are home.

 

Room Type: 1 King Bed/2 Single Beds

Price: CNY700.00/Night (Breakfast inclusive)

房型:豪华间

每日房价(含早餐和服务费):RMB700.00

 

 

 

 

Beijing Yayuncun Hotel

北京亚运村宾馆

★★★

Add: No.8 Beichen Dong Road, Chaoyang District

Beijing P. R. China 100101

Tel: 010-64991233 to Room Reservation

 

地址:中国北京市朝阳区北辰东路8号

电话:010-64991233

 

Booking link: http://en.huiyuangongyu.com.cn/e/enews/mpass.php?classid=66&id=33(password: 816821)

 

Subordinated to Beijing North Star Industry Co., Ltd. (Hong Kong Listed Company), Beijing Yayuncun Hotel is located in the well-known Asian Sports Village and separated from the Olympic Village by a road. Currently, the Hotel has three apartment buildings, in which there are various kinds of featured guest rooms in over 10 house types (with floor area ranging from 30 to 150 m2). Being quite different in room layout, house structure, and decorative style, these guest rooms are equipped with sofa, writing desk, dining tables & chairs, and TV, as well as direct-dialing service and high-speed Internet service. The kitchen is further equipped with complete set of stoves, refrigerator, and washing machine. As for the television signal, many international satellite TV channels such as CNN, HBO, and AXN are available to watch films and TV programs.

 

Room Type: 1 King Bed/2 Single Beds

Price: CNY380.00/Night (Breakfast inclusive)

房型:高级间

每日房价(含早餐和服务费):RMB 380.00

 

 

Tour and sightseeing

Introduction:

The Forbidden City was the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty. It is located in the center of Beijing, China, and now houses the Palace Museum. For almost 500 years, it served as the home of emperors and their households, as well as the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government.

Itinerary:

Date: 19th August Detailed: 13:30 --- Gather at the NO.19, and then leave for the Forbidden City by bus. 13:30-16:20 --- Visit the Forbidden City. 16:20 --- Assemble and return the hotel by bus.

Registration:

Please fill in the Excursion Confirm Sheet and hand in to the Tourist information Center before 4:00 PM, 18th August.

Banquet

Address: Grand Mansion Restaurant

Grand Mansion Asian Games Village Restaurant covers a business area of 2,600 square meters, which has 26 packaged rooms available for simultaneous dinning by 500 persons. Its biggest dinning hall has the seating capacity of 300 persons. Design of the whole restaurant is endowed with antique flavors, which is an integration of magnificence of traditional official mansions and elegant features of official residence of watery town in South China. It is applicable to small gathering by high-end customers. Performances here are characterized by vigorous rhythms, which are mainly represented by traditional folk arts, acrobatics, Kungfu and selected operas as supplemented by traditional songs and dances. Such performances are endowed with affinity, which can create a relaxed dinning Environment for customers. The restaurant can provide cus-tomers with genuine local Peking dishes and snacks as well as other dishes as represented by Guangdong and Sichuan dishes. Owing to its diversified dishes, the restaurant enjoys superior competitive advantages over other restaurants of the same grade.

Beijing Opera, one of the most famous China's five kinds of operas, is regarded as China's national heritage. Opera originated from the folk, and developed rapidly in the Qing dynasty. Performance figures are divided into four types: Sheng, Dan, Jing and Chou. The Beijing Opera is remarkable among the world Be-cause of its exquisite performing, superior singing skills and fan-cy costumes.

 

 Face Changing is a stunt that is used to create characters in a Sichuan Opera, which is a romantic way to reveal the characters' inner thoughts and feelings. According to legends, ancient human sketched their faces in different ways to scare the beast for their survival.

                                                            

 

 Acrobatics include a variety of physical stamina and skill of per-forming arts, the Encyclopedia Britannica says it is "a dedicated arts have a long history, including jump, physical skills, and the movements about balance, using a long pole, unicycle, balls, bar-rels, trampoline and hanging racks and other equipment in the later time".

                                                                                                                          

 

BICC Venue Maps

Traffic Guide

How to get from airport to venue

 

Airport Express → Subway Line 10 →Subway Line 8 (27 RMB – About 1h 20mins)

Beijing Capital International Airport→Walk to T2 station (570m)→Airport Express (SANYUANQIAO station三元桥站) →Walk to Subway Line 10 (180m)→ Subway Line 10 (BEITUCHENG station北土城站)→Interchange in the station (3m)→Subway Line 8 (Olympic Sports Center Station奥体中心站) →Exit at B2→Walk north and turn right at The National Stadium Road (1.2km) →Beijing International Conference Center

 

Airport Express Shuttle Bus Line 5 (21 RMB – About 1h 20mins)

Beijing Capital International Airport→Walk to T2 station (150m) →Airport Express Shuttle Bus Line 5(Asian Sports Village(ANHUIQIAO station) 亚运村(安慧桥)站) →Walk west (680m) →Beijing International Conference Center

 

Taxi-about 25km

Fee: about 80 RMB (Best traffic condition)

How to get from venue to airport

 

Subway Line 8→Subway Line 10→Airport Express (27 RMB – About 1h 20mins)

Beijing International Conference Center →Walk to The National Stadium Road (1.2km) →Subway Line 8(BEITUCHENG station北土城站) →Interchange in the station (3m) →Subway Line 10(SANYUANQIAO station三元桥站) →Walk to Airport Express(180m) →Beijing Capital International Airport

 

Bus 538→Airport Express Shuttle Bus Line 5 (21 RMB – About 1h 20mins)

Beijing International Conference Center →Walk to The National Stadium Road and turn left (265m) → Bus 538 (BEIYUANLUDATUN station北苑路大屯站) →Walk north (75m) →Airport Express Shuttle Bus Line 6 (T2 station) →Walk north (260m) → Beijing Capital International Airport

 

Taxi-about 25km

Fee: about 80 RMB (Best traffic condition)

ASONAM 2014

  • IEEE Computer Society
  • ACM
  • IEEE TCDE
  • ACM SIGKDD
  • Springer

Committee

  • Honorary Chair
  • Binxing FangBeijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
     
  • Conference Chairs
  • Yan JiaNational University of Defence Technology, China
  • Jon RokneUniversity of Calgary, Canada
  • Program Committee Chairs
  • Xindong WuUniversity of Vermont, USA, and Hefei University of Technology, China
  • Martin EsterSimon Fraser University, Canada
  • Guandong XuUniversity of Technology Sydney, Australia
  • Steering Committee Chair
  • Reda AlhajjUniversity of Calgary, Canada
  • Local Arrangements Chairs
  • Yuxiao LiBeijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
  • Lei LiHefei University of Technology, China
  • Tiejian LuoUniversity of Chinese Academy of Science, China
  • Bin ZhouNational University of Defence Technology, China
  • Industry-Track Chairs
  • Xueqi ChengInstitute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
  • Daniel ZengInstitute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences and University of Arizona
  • Jie CaoNanjing University of Finance and Economics, China
  • Workshops Chairs
  • Wolfgan NejdlLeibniz Universit?t Hannover, Germany
  • Jie TangTsinghua University, China
  • Bettina BerendtUniversity of Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium
  • Tutorial Chairs
  • V. S. SubrahmanianUniversity of Maryland, USA
  • Meng WangHefei University of Technology, China
  • Carson LeungUniversityof Manitoba, Canada
  • Panels Chairs
  • Alvin ChinNokia Research, China
  • Jing XuPeking University, China
  • Hiroyuki KitagawaTsukuba University, Japan
  • Demos Chairs
  • Tansel OzyerTOBB University of Economics and Technology, Turkey
  • Wei WangUniversity of New South Wales, Australia
  • Publicity Chairs
  • Peng CuiTsinghua University, China
  • Nitin AgarwalUniversity of Arkansas, USA
  • Panagiotis KarampelasHellenic American University, Greece
  • Wookey LeeInha University, Korea
  • Publication Chairs
  • Xiaohui (Daniel) TaoUniversity of Southern Queensland, Australia
  • Min-Yuh DayTamkang University, Taiwan
  • Registration Chair
  • Qingshun MengBeijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
  • Finiance Chairs
  • Reda AlhajjUniversity of Calgary, Canada
  • Lu XuBeijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
  • Web Chair
  • Zhiang WuNanjing University of Finance and Economics, China