IEEE IEEE Computer Society
26th IEEE Annual International Computer Software and Applications Conference

Oxford has been a centre of learning since the 12th century. It was innovatory in having Statutes to provide for academic education under collegiate discipline but secular guidance.

You can drink real ale in old riverside inns

You can see the blackboard used by Einstein for his Rhodes Memorial lectures in 1931

You can punt on the river

You can see the very stones resonate with historical significance

You can visit the locations used in Inspector Morse

It was the alma mater of many famous men and women, including 24 British Prime Ministers and several Prime Ministers and Heads of State of other nations.

It is a beautiful and unique city

You can enjoy splendid collegiate architecture uniquely set amongst meadows, parklands and gardens

It is rich in literary associations

It is the home of Frank Cooper's Oxford Marmalade

You can walk into a church and hear sublime music

The theatres offer a truly eclectic programme of events. BBC Radio 3 has declared The Oxford Stage Company "without doubt one of the UK's finest theatre companies"

You can shop till you drop

Eating out is a pleasure - you can enjoy well-cooked food in a convivial ambiance

You can visit Blenheim Palace