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Photogallery 2012

EARIE 2012 Conference Photogallery is now available

Keynote speakers slides

The slides of the presentations of the keynote speakers Liran Einav (Stanford University) and Michael Katz (Haas School of Business, Berkeley) are now available. To see them, click on "Keynote sessions slides" above.
 

Invited sessions slides

The slides of the presentations of the speakers of the invited session on Internet, online advertising and Ecommerce - S Athey (Harvard and Microsoft), P McAfee (Google) and H Varian (UC Berkeley and Google) - are now available. To see them, click on "Invited sessions slides" above.

Travelling to Rome

By air

The Rome airport system, consists of Rome Fiumicino "Leonardo da Vinci" intercontinental airport and Rome Ciampino "Giovan Battista Pastine" airport. 210 destinations worldwide can be reached from Rome by a total of 140 airlines operating in both airports.

  • Leonardo da Vinci: also commonly known as Fiumicino Airport, it is located in Fiumicino, 30 km (18 miles) from Rome.
  • Giovan Battista Pastine Airport: also commonly known as Ciampino Airport, it is a joint civilian, commercial and military airport, situated 15 km (9 miles) from Rome city centre. Ciampino is handling mostly low-cost, charter and executive flights.


By train

Trains run from both the central Railroad Station, Stazione Termini, and the Tiburtina Station to all the major cities in Italy and throughout Europe.

The high speed trains ("Freccia Rossa" and "Freccia Argento") are the fastest. Following those in descending order of speed are Eurostar trains, Intercity trains. The slowest are local trains. For High Speed and Eurostar trains you must buy a ticket and reserve a seat before boarding.

Tickets may be purchased at railway stations (although there may be very long queues); at most travel agencies at no extra fee; or on-line at the TrenItalia web site. If you use on-line ticketing you must register and pay with a credit card. You should make a note of the bookig number as your tickets will be waiting for you on the train.

Tickets may also be purchased on the phone calling the Trenitalia call center at +39 06 684 75475 and +39 06 684 75475 or contact our conference organizer Daltours.