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Welcome to RecoSoC 2016!

Over the past decade ReCoSoC has established itself as a international reference event for research in the areas of reconfigurable and communication-centric systems-on-chip. Its informal and dynamic philosophy encourages technical and scientific interactions of both academic and industrial participants through presentations and special sessions reporting latest advances in the related areas.

ReCoSoC 2016 will be held in Tallinn, ESTONIA at Nordic Hotel Forum.


Venue

ReCoSoC 2016 will take place in Tallinn whose picturesque Old Town with its fascinating medieval architecture and slender church spires is included in the UNESCO World Heritage list.

The conference will be held at Nordic Hotel Forum.

Viru väljak 3, 10111 Tallinn Estonia +372 622 2900, forum@nordichotels.eu

Limited number of rooms are available for ReCoSoc 2016 participants on a first come, first served basis.
Accommodation price for ReCoSoc 2016 participants in Nordic Hotel Forum:

 Room type  Reservation
 Until 14.06.2016
 Standard Room 102 €

The rate includes breakfast, free use of Relaxation Centre, WiFi and VAT.
The deadline for hotel reservation at special rate is June 14, 2016. Password: "RECOSOC".


Nordic Hotel Forum Reservation

 

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Nearby key attractions:

See also: Must see while in Tallinn

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Tallinn

Tallinn is the meeting point of medieval heritage and high-tech solutions. At its heart you will find Tallinn's medieval city centre (Old Town), where medieval buildings and structures have been preserved nearly unchanged (added to UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997). At the same time, Tallinn is a modern and open city with tall buildings of glass and steel, illuminated signs of major international companies, a modern airport and passenger ports. Many IT inventions have gotten their start from Tallinn, probably Skype is one of the best-known of these IT start-ups. The New York Times has characterized Estonia as "a sort of Silicon valley on the Baltic Sea".