Workshop Venue

Nagoya Institute of Technology
Gokiso-cho, Showa-ku, Nagoya, Aichi, 466-8555 Japan

Campus and Floor Map

SAMCON 2015 will be held at Nagoya Institute of Technology (NIT), Nagoya, Japan. NIT was founded as the first national institution of higher education in central Japan in order to develop the region as Japanfs center of industry.

  Nagoya College of Technology was originally founded in March 1905 as the Nagoya Higher Technical School. Aichi Prefectural College of Technology, established in February 1943. NIT was established in May 1949 as a national university under the program of educational reform after the Second World War, merging the Nagoya College of Technology and the Aichi Prefectural College of Technology. In 2004, concurrent with all national universities in Japan, NIT became a national university corporation and has since been developing under its own leadership.

Timeline of NIT



    Participants from abroad are recommended to look for the possibility of air flight to Chubu Centrair International Airport, Nagoya (NGO), unless they aim to visit other cities in Japan before/after the conference.
    In the case you also plan to visit other major cities in Japan, Super Express trains gBullet Train: Shinkansenh by JR offer convenient means of transport, connecting Tokyo and Nagoya about in 100 minutes and Osaka/Kyoto and Nagoya about in 40 minutes, roughly.


    You can find your way to the venue in Access Map provided by NIT.

  • From JR Nagoya Station to Venue, Nagoya Institute of Technology:

    Take JR Chuo-Line at Nagoya Station and get off at Tsurumai Station through Kanayama Station. You can take local or express train for Kozoji, Tajimi, Mizunami, and Nakatsugawa. All train except for limited express will stop at the Tsurumai Station. It takes only 8 minutes.
      At the Tsurumai Station, you had better go out through the gByo-in-guchih exit (that means gfor the Nagoya University Hospital Entranceh), which is located in the direction of the train from Nagoya. After going down the stairs and through the ticket gate, you turn left and go forward to the Nagoya University Hospital (you can see a big brown building on your left hand side). Then, 5-minute walk to the front gate of NIT.