IFAC Conference App

The Conference is included in the IFAC Conference App which allows at all times of the conference

  • Access to technical program; access to full papers; search facilities on technical program and papers/authors; creating personalized programs (My program); other meeting schedules and social program; 
  • Vote, Q&A, rating functionality for interactive sessions; 
  • Room plan of conference location; welcome address and local information; 
  • Connections with social networks ; peer to peer communication.

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Conference venue

The 7th IFAC Workshop will be held at The University of Queensland’s Customs House, Brisbane.


399 Queen Street,
Brisbane QLD 4000

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Walk to Customs House down Queen Street or along the river boardwalk. Bus and train stations are located nearby while the City Cat stops at the Riverside Centre just a few minutes walk from Customs House.

Public Transport

For further information about timetables and tickets in Brisbane, visit Translink or phone them on 13 12 30. You can use the Translink Journey Planner to plan your travel between your hotel and the conference venue.

Translink Journey Planner CityCat timetable 


Custom’s House have partnered with Wilson’s Parking at Riverside – 123 Eagle Street Brisbane to provide customers with discounted lunchtime, evening and weekend parking a short 5 minute walk from Customs House.

See information on Customs House parking



Brisbane CBD has a plethora of accommodation options to choose from.

Some of the popular hotels in the area are Sofitel Brisbane CentralNEXT Hotel Brisbane, and Meriton Suites Herschel Street. All places are conveniently close to the conference venue.

You can find more options by visiting websites such as Booking.comExpedia, and Kayak.

These websites offer a wide range of accommodation options to choose from, and you can filter your search based on your preferences.

Tourist attractions

Brisbane CBD is a bustling area with a variety of tourist attractions, food options, and activities to choose from.

Some of the popular tourist attractions in the area are Treasury Hotel BrisbaneRoma Street Parklands, and City Botanic Gardens.

You can also explore the Power House at New Farm to learn about Queensland’s contemporary culture.

When it comes to food, Brisbane CBD has a lot to offer. You can visit Shingle Inn for a quintessential Brisbane experience or take a tour of Brisbane’s food and drink scene with Brisbane Food Tours.

For other activities, you can visit Brisbane City Council to find out what’s on in Brisbane and enjoy markets, festivals and events which are on all year around.