Leslie Camacho Leslie Camacho President of EllisLab
Simon Collison Simon Collison Co-founder of Erskine Design and a true EE evangelist
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The venue “Scheltema Complex”

Both days of EECI2009 will be at the beautiful “Scheltema Complex”, down in the city centre of Leiden. The complex is located in the old blanket factory which was founded in 1817 but went bankrupt in 1958. After a vacancy of almost 50 years, the building has been restored amazingly while keeping its authenticity.

Address of the venue:
Scheltema Complex
Marktsteeg 1
2312CS Leiden
T: +31 71 516 1887
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Discover stunning Leiden while you’re here…

EECI 2009 will be held in Leiden, The Netherlands. The city is famous for its almshouses, university, museums and glorious history - and the spirit of the Golden Age lives on here. This is a place where Rembrandt was born and inspired so many other influential painters. And, even after this era, Leiden continued to attract scientists, artists and industry - its no wonder that Leidens notorious citizens include DJ Armin van Buuren and Zangeres zonder Naam. The canals, the historical buildings, the alleyways, plus the treasuries of knowledge, culture and science: Leiden is definitely worth seeing. Welcome to Holland!

Canal view of Leiden

CityMap of Leiden

Visit this link to see where the conference will take place. You’ll find the venues, the 5 best hotels to stay and the venue for the thursday night Part-EE.

How to travel to and from Leiden?

Arriving by plane
The largest and most used Dutch airport is Schiphol Amsterdam International Airport, at only 20 minutes by train from Leiden. Most airline companies fly on Schiphol Airport.

Other Dutch airports, mainly used by low-cost carriers, are Rotterdam Airport and Eindhoven Airport.

By car
Leiden is reachable via the Dutch highways A4 (Amsterdam - The Hague) and A44 (Amsterdam - Delft).

By train
Leidens Railway Station connects Leiden directly with the major Dutch cities (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht and The Hague). When arriving with an international train at one of these stations you can find trains directly to Leiden at all hours of the day. Trips can be planned online on the website of the Dutch Railroad Company.

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