The Ashton Building

Ashton Ashton building lecture theatre Ashton building 1st floor corridor

The workshop will take place on the first floor of the Ashton Building. Invited talks, short presentations and open discussions will take place in the Ashton Lecture Theatre on that floor; poster presentations in the adjacent corridor; refreshments will be served in room 1.01 opposite the Ashton Lecture Theatre. Registration will take place in the atrium on the ground floor of the building.

The Ashton Building is a grade-II listed building erected 1912-14 for the Faculty of Arts. For more than 10 years, along with the George Holt Building, it has been the home of the Department of Computer Science at the University of Liverpool. Besides staff and administration offices, the building contains a number of meeting and seminar rooms as well as a lecture theatre on the first floor.

The Ashton Building is building number 422 (grid reference D7) on the University Campus Map (PDF). It is just around the corner of the Victoria Building (building 421 on the University Campus Map) which is easily identified by its clock tower. Established in 1892, the Victoria Building inspired the term `redbrick university' which became synonymous with the late 19th Century civic universities in the UK. On Google Maps, the Ashton Building can be found here. For additional maps and location information see the University of Liverpool Maps