30 june 2019
All speakers are kindly requested to provide their presentations at least 30 minutes before the session starts. Please, notify in the title of the presentation the name of the presenting author, date of the presentation, session title. Read more >>


26 june 2019
The Bus Transfers Schedule from Hotels to the Venue and back can be found here


21 june 2019
If you plan to attend the City Tour on July 02, please register until June 24, 2019!


19 june 2019
Participants who have registered for the visit to PIK reactor may check the visit date in the lists




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St. Petersburg is Russia's second largest city, with a population of 5 million perched at the eastern tip of the Baltic Sea and the Neva River… But ask anybody in Russia what they think about St. Petersburg and you'll have the impression it's the cultural capital of the country. Read more...







Arriving by plane

St. Petersburg is easy to reach via many daily convenient flight connections from main European and American cities. All the flights currently operate from the passenger terminal Pulkovo. It is located about 9 kilometers south of St. Petersburg.
You can easily get to the city by public transport or official airport taxi. The directions and prices are here.

Public transport in St. Petersburg

- metro (Saint Petersburg metro has 5 lines with 67 stations). Metro operates from 5.45 till 24.00. Metro fare is 45 RUR. 

- buses, trams and trolley buses. One trip is 40 RUR, cash only.

The system of shuttle-buses is well developed (one trip is about 40 RUR cash).



St.Petersburg is situated in the Moscow standard time zone (MST), which differs from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

Currency exchange

The national Russian currency is Ruble. All payments for goods and services throughout Russia must be done in Rubles or by major credit cards.
Foreign currency can be exchanged in banks or currency exchange offices at the airport, hotels or in the city. 


220 V plugs are standard continental European type. British and North-American appliances need an adapter.


01 — fire

02 — police

03 — ambulance

04 — gas accidents

Can be dialed direct from payphones, with no codes. If you are calling from a mobile phone, add the code +7 812 or 8 812.
However, it is easier to use the special EMERGENCY NUMBER FOR MOBILE-PHONE USERS — 112 — which will connect you with the emergency number of your service provider.
If your operator does not provide this service or if your roaming agreement does not include it, you will be given the correct number to dial the city emergency services.


GMT +3


By current climate classification St. Petersburg is classified as Dfb, a humid continental climate. Distinct moderating influence of the Baltic Sea cyclones result in warm, humid and short summers and long, cold wet winters.
June-July are different from year to year. The average daily temperature in June is +20 °C and the night-time temperatures average some 11°C.  The average daily temperature in July is +23 °C and the night-time temperatures average some 14°C. Anyway you should bring a sweater and jacket. You should also bring an umbrella in case of rain.

You can find the current temperature here >>