Key Dates:

Early Registration Deadline:
April 05, 2018
Standard Registration Deadline:
April 26, 2018
Late/Onsite Registration Deadline:
from April 26, 2018
Accommodation Deadline:
April 9, 2018

Contact Details

IEEE 2018 Wireless Interim Meeting Managers

MTG Events Pty Ltd
address

Sydney, Australia
P: +61 2 9057 9072
802wireless@mtgevents.com.au

General Information and Useful Tips

 

Greetings:

  • Dzień dobry – good morning (or good afternoon)(Jean Dough-bree) pronunciation (help·info)
  • Dobry wieczór – good evening (DOH-brih VEE-etch-OO-r) pronunciation (help·info)
  • Dobranoc – good night (doh-BRAH-nots) pronunciation (help·info)
  • Cześć – hi (Cheshch) pronunciation (help·info)
  • Do widzenia – good bye (d-oh veedzenia) pronunciation (help·info)
  • Proszę – please / here you are (prosh-eh) pronunciation (help·info)
  • Dziękuję – thank you (Jen KOO yeh) pronunciation (help·info)
  • Dzięki – thanks (less formal) (JEN kee) pronunciation (help·info)
  • Przepraszam – I’m sorry / excuse me (psheh-prasham) pronunciation (help·info)
  • Tak – yes (t-ah-k) pronunciation (help·info)
  • No – yeah (n-oh softer opronunciation (help·info)
  • Nie – no / not (Nee-eh) pronunciation (help·info)
  • Nie wiem – I don’t know (nee-eh vee-em)
  • Nie zawracaj mi głowy, nie widzisz, że jestem zajęty/zajęta ? – don’t disturb me, don’t you see I’m busy ? (speaker: male/female) (lit. Don’t turn my head, don’t you see, that I am busy) (Nee-eh zaf-rah-tsai me gh-wh-oh-vih, nee-eh vi-tsish, sh-eh yea-stem zah-yea-th-ih/zah-yea-th-ah)
  • Jak się masz? – how are you? (lit. How do you have yourself?) (Yah-k sheh mahsh) pronunciation (help·info)
  • Jak leci? – what’s up? (lit. how’s it flying?) (Yah-k l-eh-chee) pronunciation (help·info)
  • Miłego dnia – have a nice day (mee-uego dne-ea)
  • Co/Jak tam u ciebie ? – how is it going? (tso / yah-k tahm oo cheh-bee-eh) pronunciation (help·info)
  • Nie mówię po polsku. – I don’t speak Polish (nee-eh moov-ee-eh po polskoo) pronunciation (help·info)
  • Nie rozumiem – I don’t understand (nee-eh roh-zoo-mee-em) pronunciation (help·info)
  • Na zdrowie! – Cheers! (or Bless you!) (lit. For health!) (nah zdroh-vee-eh) pronunciation (help·info)

Numbers:

  • One Jeden yeh-den
  • Two Dwa dwah
  • Three Trzy zweeh

Expected Weather during May:

In Warsaw the month of May experiences daily highs of 19°C and a low of approximately to 9°C.  

Throughout May, the most common forms of precipitation are moderate rain and light rain. Typical wind speeds vary from 1 m/s to 6 m/s (light air to moderate breeze), rarely exceeding 9 m/s (fresh breeze). 

Warsaw Weather

What to pack for Warsaw in May:

Light sweaters, long pants, good walking shoes and an autumn jacket are musts when travelling in Warsaw during May.

Religion:

There are 46 religious denominations in Poland, the largest of which is Roman Catholic Church; about 95% of the population are Roman Catholic

Currency:

Zloty (PLN)

Population:

+/- 38 Million


Telephone:

Country code : 48 (To call Poland) Outgoing international code : 00 (To call abroad from Poland)


Language:

Polish (Polski)


Borders:

Poland

Germany to the west, the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic to the south, Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine to the east and the Russian Federation (The Kalingrad District) and the Baltic Sea to the north.

 

 

 

 

 


Power sockets and plugs:

220 Volt / 50 Hz: continental sockets

In Poland the power sockets used are of type E.Type E plugs

Type E: This socket also works with plug C. Plug F will also do, but only with an additional pinhole.

  • Voltage: 220 V
  • Frequency: 50 Hz
  • Power sockets: type E As an initiation to Polish it’s useful to know a few common expressions.