Address Atomistic Simulation Centre, School of Mathematics and Physics, Queen's University Belfast, Belfast BT7 1NN, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 (0) 28 9097 6032 (Prof. Jorge Kohanoff)
Trains There are express train services between Belfast and Dublin. Timetables can be obtained online. Ferries There are also ferry services from Belfast to various ports in Great Britain. Stena Line has various ferries crossing the Irish sea. Of particular interest may be the Belfast-Stranraer line (Stranraer is in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland), which is the most frequent of the ferries. There are also the Larne to Cairnryan and Liverpool to Belfast service (Larne is a town not too far from Belfast, and Cairnryan is also in the Dumfries and Galloway county), details here. Bus and Coach
There are direct coach routes from many parts of Ireland. In addition, coach travel supplements all the above mentioned modes of transport. Ulsterbus (blue/white buses) cover all of Northern Ireland and Metro (pink/white buses) provide a service within Belfast. The two main bus stations are the Europa Bus Centre and Laganside Bus Centre. Timetables can be found here.
The David Bates Building is part of the library building (Number 10 on the Campus Map). Botanic station is within a five minute walk, and Europa bus station, which is the terminal for the coaches, is about 10 to 20 minutes walk from Queen's. The Motorway on the far left is the West Link, and connects all the Motorways that go North and South. Parking within Queen's is restricted, but on most days a patient driver can find a parking space nearby. NOTE: This is may change in durring 2015 with the proposed introduction of controlled parking. Usefull tourist information is also available at the Belfast Visitor & Convention Bureau web page.