The 2019 PSI Conference will be taking place in London. The Scientific Programme will officially start at 9am on Monday 3rd June 2019 and run until 3pm on Wednesday 5th June 2019. On Sunday afternoon there will be a  Pre-Conference Course, of which can be booked during registration online. 

The Venue

The PSI 2019 Conference will be held in the Queen Elizabeth II (QEII) Centre. The venue is located in the heart of Westminster, London, uniquely situated in the shadow of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the London Eye.

Address: Queen Elizabeth II Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London, SW1P 3EE


The PSI Conference will have one HQ hotel, which will be available to book through the Registration site from November 2018. We only have a limited allocation of rooms at the HQ hotel so book early to avoid disappointment. Other hotels will also be available to book through the registration site via Expedia.

PSI HQ Hotel:

Park Plaza London Waterloo which is a 20 minute walk from the QEII Centre.



      By Air

If you're arriving by air, you'll most likely be flying into one of the following London airports. There are several options to travel between London airports and central London, including taxi, car rentals, train lines, London underground, National Express coaches and more. Check the best route of transport to your hotel or to the QEII Centre, by clicking on the relevant London airport below;

     -   London Heathrow (47 minutes to QEII)
     -   London Gatwick (44 minutes to QEII)
     -   London City (26 minutes to QEII)
     -   Stansted (1h 5 minutes to QEII)
     -   Luton (47 minutes to QEII) 

     By Train

The nearest main-line train stations to the QEII are Charing Cross (12 minute walk), London Victoria (14 minute walk) and London Waterloo (18 minute walk). Click here to plan your train route. 

     By Underground

The QEII Centre is conveniently located just a four minute walk from St. James's Park Tube Station, and a 6 minute walk from Westminster Tube Station. Both stations serve the Circle and District lines, with Westminster also serving the Jubilee line. Click here to plan your journey. 

Things To Do in London


London is the capital of England, situated on the River Thames in the south east of Great Britain. It is the city where heritage and technology collide; where venues steeped in history and grandeur stand tall among towering skyscrapers which captivate the skyline; and where world-famous museums and galleries rub shoulders with Michelin-starred restaurants.

There is never a shortage of activities to do in London; we have listed our favourites below. 

Big Ben
The Houses of Parliament and Elizabeth Tower, commonly known as Big Ben, are among London's most iconic landmarks. From the QEII Centre it is only a short 5 minute walk. More Information.  

British Museum
The world-famous British Museum exhibits the works of man from around the world, from prehistoric to modern times. Highlights include the Egyptian mummies and the Rosetta Stone. Entrance to the main museum is free. More Information.

London Eye
The London Eye is a major feature of the capital's skyline, offering some of London's best views of it's famous landmarks. It is only a 13 minute walk across the Thames from the QEII Centre. More Information.

Hyde Park
Covering over 140 hectares, Hyde Park is one of the greatest city parks in the world. There is something for everyone, from swimming or boating on the lake, to cycling or taking a leisurely walk through the park. More Information.

View from the Shard
Rising high above London, the Shard is western Europe's tallest building. With the View from the Shard's observation deck sitting at 800 ft, it provides views across the city stretching up to 40 miles! More Information.

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