The 26th International Symposium on Research in Attacks, Intrusions and Defenses (RAID 2023) will be held at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU). The conference place will be Senate Room (M1603), Li Ka Shing Tower, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
The Research Centre for Blockchain Technology (RCBT) under the Department of Computing of PolyU will be hosting RAID 2023. Established in June 2022, the RCBT actively coordinates PolyU researchers working on blockchain in different departments, fosters internal collaboration and external collaboration with leading partners, and attracts and nurtures blockchain talents. Through RAID 2023, RCBT is excited to bring together leading researchers and practitioners from academia, government, and industry to discuss novel research contributions related to computer and information security.
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) is located in the centre of the city. It is easily accessible by various means of public transportation:
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Head for Hung Hom Station on East Rail Line or Tuen Ma Line, then take the footbridge at Exit A1 to get to the campus.
Take any tunnel bus passing Cross Harbour Tunnel to the Cross Harbour Tunnel Toll Plaza bus stop. Then take the footbridge to get to the campus; or Take any bus routes stopping at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University bus stop at Cheong Wan Road, which is the main entrance of PolyU.
By Taxi Take Urban red taxis and drop-off at our main entrance at Cheong Wan Road.
First take Airport Express from Hong Kong International Airport to Tsing Yi Station. Next interchange to Tung Chung Line for Hong Kong Station at Tsing Yi Station Platform 4. Then interchange to Tuen Ma Line for Wu Kai Sha Station at Nam Cheong Station Platform 2. Get off at Hung Hum Station and take the footbridge at Exit A1 to the campus. A single journey takes around 40 minutes for the ride and costs HK$65 (with Octopus)/HK$81.5 (without Octopus). For more details, please read the MTR website.
Take Cityflyer route A21 from Airport (Ground Transportation Centre) Bus Terminus to Hung Hom Station. Take the footbridge at Hung Hom Station Exit A1 that leads you to the campus. It takes around 75 mins for the ride and costs HK$33. For more details, please read the Citybus & NWFB website.
Take Urban red taxis to go to PolyU and drop off at the main entrance at Wan Road. It costs around HK$280 and takes around 45 mins for the ride. Additional charges occur for large baggage. The toll and return toll are both payable by a passenger for cross-harbour hiring. For details, please read TAXI FARE.
Participate must have a valid QR code in order to enter the campus. Participants will receive receive a QR code for campus access through email near the conference date.
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There are different catering outlets on campus, offering an extensive range of Asian and Western cuisines to suit the different needs of the University community. Please visit here for details.
Hong Kong's cuisine is not only an exotic fusion of Eastern and Western flavours, but is also a great variety of creative culinary delights with local characteristics, making the place a world-renowned Gourmet Paradise. Visit here to search for restaurants nearby PolyU.
View the “Exclusive Offer for The Hong Kong Polytechnic University” by using the code “POLYUSA” from the official site. Please check the hotel websites for details and make a reservation directly with the hotel.
Please check the hotel websites for details and make reservations directly with the hotel.
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