The conference will be held at the Faculty of Science and Technology at Jan Dlugosz University in Czestochowa.



Armii Krajowej 13/15

42-200 Czestochowa


Częstochowa is a medium-sized town in the Northern part of the Silesia region. The city is pretty well located, almost in the centre of Poland, with good connections with Warsaw ( 210 km), Łódź (120 km), Wrocław (160 km), Cracow (120 km), Katowice (80 km). Easy accessible both by road (A1 highway) and by rail. The nearest airport – Katowice-Pyrzowice – is about 50 km from Częstochowa with a convenient bus shuttle to our city.

Being the local industrial and administrative centre, Częstochowa – with two universities, numerous high schools, dramatic theatre, and philharmonic – has a tremendous influence on the educational and cultural life of the surrounding part of the region.
The great attitude of Częstochowa is the location in the Jura upland. This geologically old land, with characteristic limestone rocks, woods and beautiful countryside, provides citizens and guests with attractive tourist and recreation areas.
Częstochowa is famous for St. Paul’s monk’s monastery, Clara Montana, with a miracle painting of Holly Mother. Every year, millions of visitors make Częstochowa one of the biggest pilgrimage centres in Europe.

The beauty of the city is seen in the pictures in the gallery. All the photos are by Mrs Anna Tymoshenko, a local artist, poet and manager in the City Hall of Częstochowa.