This year, we’re excited to run our first multi-institution conference with our three hosts in Glasgow: the University of Glasgow, the University of Strathclyde, and Glasgow Caledonian University. 

The University of Glasgow

University of Glasgow

The University of Glasgow is Glasgow’s Ancient, Russell Group university and was founded in 1451. Based in Glasgow’s West End, the University of Glasgow campus can be found primarily along University Avenue (G12 8QQ).

Conference events on Tuesday will take place in the James McCune Smith Learning Hub on University Avenue (near to Byres Road). The building is fully accessible from University Avenue, and there are numerous lifts and escalators within the building to reach upper floors.’ 

View The University of Glasgow campus map.

The University of Strathclyde

University of Strathcylde

The University of Strathclyde is a research university located in Glasgow City Centre. The original institute was founded in 1796 and became a chartered university in 1964. It is Scotland’s third-largest university based on student enrolment. 
The Wednesday morning and lunch activities of ALDCon24 will take place in our award-winning conference facilities within the Technology Innovation Centre, 99 George Street, Glasgow, G1 1RD. View the AccessAble guide for the building.

Glasgow Caledonian University

Glasgow Caledonian University

Glasgow Caledonian University is Glasgow’s post-92 university. It is located just behind Buchanan Bus Station on Cowcaddens Road. 

Conference events on Wed afternoon will take place in the Centre for Executive Education (CEE) building (parallel sessions; no 7 on the campus map) and the Govan Mbeki building (no. 4 on the map).

View the Glasgow Caledonian University campus map.

Accessible entrance to the Govan Mbeki building is via a ramp to the right of the main stairs. The CEE building has a level entrance, from where a lift provides access to other floors. 

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