About

We are pleased to invite you at the Third AIROYoung Workshop and the First AIROYoung PhD School.

AIROYoung is the youth chapter of AIRO, the Italian Operational Research Society. Its aim is to foster collaboration between students and early-career researchers interested in the field of OR, and to provide them with new opportunities to advance their carreer and expand their network. It also strives to connect the demand and the offer in the OR job market, both in academia and in the industry.

Key facts

  • When? 26-29 March 2019. From Tuesday to Friday, but you are welcome to stay for the weekend...
  • Where? Sapienza University of Rome. Department of Statistics. Rome: no need to add anything.
  • What's the fee? 0€. Nothing. Nada. The school and the workshop are totally free. You can thank us (and our generous sponsors) with a handshake.

Sponsors and Acknowledgements

We whish to thank the following organisations and people. It's thanks to them that we were able to organise this workshop and keep it free for everyone.

PhD School

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Workshop

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Travel and Accommodation

How to get to the Department of Statistics

The Department of Statistics is located whitin the Sapienza University Campus (main entrance in Piazzale Aldo Moro 5). The building hosting the PhD school and the workshop corresponds to the red pin in the map below.

How to get to Rome: by air

There are two main airports in Rome: Roma Fiumicino International Airport and Roma Ciampino low cost airport. Both are located outside the city, about 45 minutes away from the city centre.

To get from Fiumicino International Airport to Sapienza University Campus you have three options, sorted by increasing price:

Type Service Description Price Time
Bus to Roma Termini Station Several buses run directly from Fiumicino International Airport to Roma Termini Station. These include buses run by SIT, and Terravision. From the Station to the University you can either walk (15 minutes) or take a taxi (circa 8 euros). Around 5 euros About 30 minutes
Shuttle Train to Roma Termini Station There is a direct train (Leonardo Express) from Fiumicino International Airport to Roma Termini Station. More info. From the Station to the University you can either walk (15 minutes) or take a taxi (circa 8 euros). 14 euros Around 30 minutes
Taxi to the University You can find official taxi stands outside all terminals. Make sure to only use official taxis, clearly marked by a bright TAXI sign. Fixed one-way fare: 50 euros 30-45 minutes

To get from Ciampino Airport to Sapienza University Campus you have four options, sorted by increasing price:

Type Service Description Price Time
+ Bus to Cinecittà station, then Metro Take ATAC city bus line 520 to Cinecittà metro station. From there, use metro line A to get to Roma Termini Station. From the Station to the University you can either walk (15 minutes) or take a taxi (circa 8 euros). 1.50 euros, single ticket for both bus and metro Around 45 minutes
+ Bus to Ciampino Train Station, then Train Metropolitan Train line 6 runs from Ciampino railway station to Roma Termini station. You can get to Ciampino's station by bus; the service is run by ATRAL. From the Station to the University you can either walk (15 minutes) or take a taxi (circa 8 euros). 1.30 euros for the bus + 1.50 euros for the train Around 30 minutes
Bus to Roma Termini Station Several buses run directly from Ciampino International Airport to Roma Termini Station. These include buses run by SIT, and Terravision. From the Station to the University you can either walk (15 minutes) or take a taxi (circa 8 euros). About 5 euros Around 30 minutes
Taxi to the University You can find official taxi stands outside all terminals. Make sure to only use official taxis, clearly marked by a bright TAXI sign. Fixed one-way fare: 50 euros. 30-45 minutes.

How to get to Rome: by train

Rome is well connected to both the high-speed and the local railway networks. The two high-speed train operators are Trenitalia and Italo. The two main stations serving high-speed trains are Roma Termini and Roma Tiburtina. Many other smaller stations are scattered throughout the city, catering to local and regional traffic.

How to get around in Rome: public transport

All public transport tickets are integrated and can be used on buses, trams, and metro trains. A one-way single ticket costs 1.50 euros and is valid for 100 minutes. You can also buy daily and multi-day passes. Find more information here.

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