The conference and summer school delegates will all be hosted in a single location very close to the venue for the conference itself (~5 min walk). The lecture theatre and ancillary rooms (listed below) are in a single building on a single floor closely interlinked. The links below provide more details.

Location: The University of Exeter, Streatham Campus

Presentations and Lectures: Newman B Lecture Theatre

Workshops, Quiet Space, Posters, Lunch, Showman Memorial: Peter Chalk Centre

Accommodation: Holland Hall (including breakfast & dinner)
Check in at 3pm or after and check out is at 10am, with luggage storage available in reception.
Note: rooms do not include hair dryers as standard, but these are available from the reception.

WiFi: eduroam is available across the University campus

Poster Printing

You can print your posters before you leave and bring them with you. Before you print your poster, please double check poster board sizes.
The boards will be ready from 10am on Monday 26th. Each board will hold two posters, one front and one back.

On campus: If you prefer to print your poster in Exeter, there is a printing service on campus available for external users. Note that it may take 1-2 days to process your order, so we recommend placing it sooner rather than later. Please let us know asap if you are having issues accessing or using this service.

Off campus: Alternatively, there are print shops in town, e.g.:

Note it typically takes about 2 working days to process your order.

Getting to Exeter

  • By plane: If you are flying to the UK, your best bet is to fly into one of the London airports (e.g. Heathrow or Gatwick) or Bristol airport, as flights to Exeter are limited. At the Bristol airport, you will have to take the bus to Bristol Temple Meads train station where you can catch a train to Exeter. At Heathrow or Gatwick airports, you can catch a train directly at the airport, although it may take a few connections and it is better to book it in advance. If you fly to Heathrow, we recommend taking the Heathrow Express or Elizabeth line to London Paddington, and then a train from there to Exeter St Davids.
  • By train: Purchase a train ticket to Exeter St. David's station which is both the main Exeter train station and the station closest to campus. Tickets can be purchased at Trainline or GWR.
  • By bus: National Express coaches call at Exeter Coach Station. The Coach Station is a short walk to the High Street where you can catch the local D bus (timetable in PDF) which will take you to the Streatham Campus.
  • Getting to campus: There are taxis available at the train station, but the trip is also walkable (especially if you like hills. Note: the hill is quite steep so consider a taxi if you have lots of baggage!). Apple Taxis Exeter (01392 666666) have a dedicated taxi rank on campus.
More details

Fitness Facilities

All delegates will have free access to the University Fitness Facilities (including open-air, heated pool although this is charged at £4 per session) .

Please note we operate a 'cashless campus'. However, some gym lockers require a £1 coin to operate.

Visa Information

If you require an invitation letter to obtain a visa to travel to the UK, we can provide these at the registration stage. We can also provide letters confirming attendance after the event. Please get in touch through exoclimesvi@gmail.com

COVID Information

We are required to adhere to the COVID policies of the UK Government and University of Exeter in place at the time of the event. Any additional recommendations will be described at the time of registration.