Conference location

AutomotiveUI 2018 will take place in Toronto, capital of the province of Ontario and the largest city in Canada. Recognized as one of the most cosmopolitan and multicultural cities in the world, Toronto has large green spaces and soaring skyscrapers and is a global centre for arts, culture, business and finance.





Public Transit

From Pearson International Airport

Union-Pearson Express (Train to City): 25 minute train to Union Station (transportation hub). 

TTC Express & Overnight Buses: Connecting to the various TTC subway stations; more variable and longer travel time than UP Express.

From Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport

Airport Shuttle: 15 minute ride to downtown . 

TTC Streetcars: Connecting to the various TTC subway stations. 

Within the City

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) operates subways, buses and streetcars across the city.

Venue locations

The doctoral colloquium as well as workshops and tutorials will be held at the University of Toronto. Paper and poster presentations will be held at Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel.

University Site

The doctoral colloquium is scheduled for September 22, 2018. Workshops/tutorials will be held on September 23, 2018.


Doctoral colloquium (September 22, 2018):
Mechanical Engineering Building, Room 331
5 King’s College Road
Toronto M5S 3G8
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Workshops and tutorials (September 23, 2018):
Bahen Centre
40 St George St
Toronto M5S 2E4
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Hotel Site

Paper and poster presentations, September 24-25, 2018, will be held at Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel.


Paper and poster presentations (September 24-25, 2018):
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
123 Queen St W
Toronto M5H 2M9
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Rooms at Conference Hotel

We have limited rooms at Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel blocked at discounted rates (see below) for the period of September 21 - 25, 2018. Please take a look at the Room Reservations for more details.

Sights & places you should see


Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is less than a two hour drive from Toronto. The Canadian side offers views of both the American and Horseshoe Falls, an underground walkway leading into observation from “within” the falling waters and many other tourist attractions.