NCMA 2017 - 9th Workshop on Non-Classical Models of Automata and Applications

                         August 17-18, 2017, Prague, Czech Republic

Address of the Conference Venue


The venue of the NCMA 2017 is held in the building of the Czech Association of Scientific and Technical Societies (, Novotného lávka 200/5, 110 00 Praha-Staré Město, Czech Republic The venue is located in the historical center of Prague nearby Charles Bridge — see the building with a tower on the picture above and the map below
















A view of Charles Bridge from the conference building














Conference Office

The Conference Office will be open at the entrance hall of the conference venue.


Lunches and coffee breaks will be served at the conference venue.


Participants are requested to wear their name badges upon registration all the time during all professional and social activities of  NCMA 2017. Badges will serve as tickets for entrance to the conference and to the social events.


Wi-Fi will be provided in all rooms of the conference venue without password. Several  charging points will be available.


Since the conference venue is situated in the historical center of Prague, parking nearby is not possible. The nearest parking place is Garage Rudolfinum, Alšovo nabřeží 12, Praha 1. Price 60 CZK (approximately 2.30 Euro) per hour. We recommend participants to use the Prague public transportation system.


Smoking inside the conference venue is not allowed. Smoking  outside the building is possible.

Public Transportation

Prague is well known by its excellent public transportation system. The conference venue is easily reachable.


For taxi services, please ask for help at the registration desk. We recommend  to use AAA Taxi (yellow cab) or City Taxi and to ask about  the price before the ride, and request a receipt.

Emergency and Medical Services

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Important Safety Information

In terms of public safety, Prague is similar to all big European cities. Tourists are often targeted by pick pockets and rogue traders. We would like you to spend lovely and unforgettable times in Prague. There are some recommendations:

For your own safety, and for the safety of your money, credit cards, other valuables and your travel documents, please, follow not just the usual precautions (keep an eye on them at all times, leave them in the hotel and do not carry them with you to the city, etc.), but specifically:

· be careful about your handbags and wallets in any public and especially touristic places where a crowd might be present (even if it does not look like it is actually crowded). Be especially careful if you approach a crowd that looks artificially created in a situation where you would not expect a crowd (such as a half-empty underground train or tram or bus car).

· be alert when someone stands too close to you in public transport, metro escalators or at the stops, or even touches you pretending it is crowded, regardless if it really is or is not.

· change money only in the bank, official exchange offices or ATMs or use your credit cards for payments. Be careful when using the ATM.

Foreign Exchange and Banking

The official currency in the Czech Republic is Czech Crown (CZK). One can find many exchange offices and banks in Prague or to get CZK in ATM. All major international cards are accepted in shops, hotels and restaurants.


Shops and Shopping Centers

Most shops and shopping centers open the whole week from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Big shopping centers are closed during state holidays.

More Information about Czech Republic and Prague


Fire Fighters


Rescue Squad


Police of  the Czech Republic


Prague City Police


European Emergency Numer