- January 8: We have an official Twitter account. Please, visit us to keep in touch: https://twitter.com/ZeroRoboticsSp1
- December 30: An email regarding the registration procedure has been sent to the finalists.
- Friday 21: URGENT! Zero Robotics Finals event date is confirmed to be on January 28 (Monday)
January 14: URGENT! The Tournament Finals @Alicante_Spain has changed date. 14 or 25 January are been taking into consideration.
Location & venue
Zero Robotics ISS finals will take place at the campus of the University of Alicante at San Vicente del Raspeig (Alicante) https://web.ua.es/en/about-the-ua.html.
Where? 9 Km from the airport, 3 Km from the city center (train stop 200m from the University, tram stops next to the university). Please see Transportation below.
Please check your email.
Please refer to "Zero Robotics" or "Robotics Conference" when booking to have access to these (or similar) prices. These are university residences which are located next to the Campus.
- Villa Universitaria (www. villauniversitaria.com)
Double room for individual use 48.60€ per room and night.
Double room 57.20€ per room and night.
Breakfast and VAT included.
- Europahouse / Europa Village (www.residenciaeuropahouse.com / http://www.europahousegroup.com)
Individual room 28€/39€ (Europahouse/Europa Village) per room and night.
Double room 39€/43€ (Europahouse/Europa Village) per room and night.
- Residencia Diego de León (www. residenciauniversitariadiegoleon.com)
Double room for individual use 30€ per room and night.
Double room 25€ per room and night.
Breakfast +2€/per room and night.
- 09:00-12:20h Cultural activities: Visit to Santa Bárbara Castle.
- 12:30-14:00h Lunch (at Campus of University of Alicante) - price 6.2€
- 14:00-15:00h Opening Ceremony of Zero Robotics 2019 Final at Assembly Hall (Salón de actos) of Aulario II, University of Alicante
- 18:00h Awards and closing ceremony
- 20:00h Dinner (To be defined)
Alicante, or Alacant, both the Spanish and Valencian being official names, is a city and port in Spain on the Costa Blanca, the capital of the province of Alicante and of the Alacantí region, in the south of the Valencian Community. It is also a historic Mediterranean port. The population of the city of Alicante was 330,525, estimated as of 2016, ranking as the second-largest Valencian city. Including nearby municipalities, the Alicante conurbation had 452,462 residents. The population of the metropolitan area (including Elche (Elx) and satellite towns) was 757,085 as of 2014 estimates, ranking as the eighth-largest metropolitan area of Spain.
- Click here to see how to get the the University of Alicante from your location!
- Alicante's airport is one of the busiest in Spain, with flights from 119 different destinations. Alternatively, you could also fly to Valencia (183Km), taking a direct train from there to Alicante (90 min).
- Alicante's train station is located in the city center. You have AVE (high-speed rail) from Madrid, EUROMED from Barcelona and Valencia).
- Alicante offers a wide network of bus lines, connecting the different points of the city. The bus line that connects the city with the University is Line 24, with stops at the train station, coach station and the Central Market Area.
- From the train station, a taxi can be taken (15 min), Tram (Line 2), or a bus (Line 24).
Local Organizing Committee
- Antonio Martínez-Álvarez (Associate Professor, Univesity of Alicante)
- Sergio Cuenca-Asensi (Associate Professor, University of Alicante)
- Francisco Pujol López (Associate Professor, University of Alicante)
- Jose Luis Sánchez-Romero (Associate Professor, University of Alicante)
- Jorge Azorín López (Associate Professor, University of Alicante)
- Antonio Jimeno Morenilla (Full Professor, University of Alicante)
- Javier Navarrete Sánchez (University of Alicante)
- Alejandro Serrano-Cases (PhD-Student, University of Alicante)
Antonio Martínez-Álvarez (Spanish coordinator for Zero Robotics)